Nike Mens Lunarglide 6 Running Shoe


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Kid 818 Spectacular fit and even lighter than the first lunarglide. This shoe is worth every penny. It has a lockdown fit in the midfoot and has room where you need it, up in the forefoot. The dynamic support is there when you need it, has a nice firm but bouncy cushion system. Not too hard, not too mushy. Buy this shoe while it is still available, nike tends to update products quick.

Bobby I am a daily runner who runs 7 miles a day. The things I like about this shoe is that it is light and flexible. I do not reccomend this shoe to long distance runners because this shoes cushioning hurts my foot in runs over three miles. I have normal pronation and usually feel pressure in my heels and the front of my foot after long runs. I think the cushioning is too hard which is why my foot would hurt. However this shoe has great traction. If you are a track athlete who runs in distances under 3 miles then this is the shoe for you. The lightness and traction of the shoe really makes you run faster on the track. If you are going to get this shoe you should get your exact size because this shoe comes in large. There is alot of room in the front so if you have narrow feet, you shouldn't get these.

Erik The Striking Used them during training and during marathon (fall 2010) and am now retiring my first pair and preparing to purchase my second pair for my next marathon early in 2011. I will be using this shoe for my long runs and the Free Run for my speed training. I imagine I will run my marathon in the LunarGlides.



No complaints whatsoever. I can't feel the pavement like I can in the Free Run but the LunarGlides have the support and impact cushioning I need on my longer runs... at least for now.

Newbie runner did a 2:07 half marathon!! Used them during training and during marathon (fall 2010) and am now retiring my first pair and preparing to purchase my second pair for my next marathon early in 2011. I will be using this shoe for my long runs and the Free Run for my speed training. I imagine I will run my marathon in the LunarGlides.



No complaints whatsoever. I can't feel the pavement like I can in the Free Run but the LunarGlides have the support and impact cushioning I need on my longer runs... at least for now.

Dannicus First, I'd like to point out that they do not run 1/2 size small. I referred to the sizing info where it advises to buy 1/2 size up and they were unacceptably loose in length and width when I got them. Had to exchange them. They pretty much run true to size and the toe box is very generous. I'd even say that if you prefer a snug fit, buy a 1/2 size down.



As for comfort, they are extremely comfortable out of the box. Pretty light. They have no pressure points for me, just enough "lunar" cushioning, and the sole is very flexible for a stability shoe. They are not as soft as the LunarEclipse which I felt were too spongy.

JimmyD Got these a few days ago. They should be the Pegasus. Flexible, light, good cushioning, nice transition. The Pegs are too stiff, especially in the midfoot and where the foot flexes. The Glide +2 is a winner, and I don't usually like Nike shoes. But the Lunar material won me over. I have two Lunar Trainers, one Lunar Racer #2 and these for longer training runs when my feet need more cush. amazed at the arch fit for all the Lunar shoes, fits my foot great. Although, the Lunar Glide runs a half a size larger for me than the others. Nice job, Nike! Keep up the good work!

Kickball Champ This was my first time buying Nike Running Shoes to actually run in and I'll never buy another pair, at least not the Nike Ipod+ shoes. The first day I loved them they were light and felt great. The 2nd and 3rd day of running in these shoes I noticed the area where the Ipod+ chip goes was really hurting my foot and and from there my lower calf. I'm guessing the stress from the hard plastic in the mid sole was affecting my stride. I was really excited about these shoes, too bad though I haven't been able to run for a week and will go back to my Asics Gel Nimbus.

surly joe I simply can not imagine a better or more versatile shoe. I am in my 5th pair of the Lunarglide series and my 3rd Lunarglide 2+. I have used this shoe for everything from speedwork to a marathon and it always delivers. I typically get 400 miles out of each pair so it delivers on durability, plus the styling is off the charts. My current shoe is the Black with red and it is a knockout. I would highly recommend this shoe for neutral to mild overpronators.

CharlyGaul58 This is a wonderful shoe that is touted as a stability shoe but feels very natural without the herky-jerky of some stability shoes. I had a sore metatarsal and was looking for good forefoot cushioning and found it with this shoe. It's light weight and would be great to race in, but have had over a 150 miles so far and they still feel new. AS an added benifit, I train with the Garmin FR60 and the foot pod fits nicely in the sole. Order 1/2 size larger. Normally I shy away from Nike because they have always been narrow, but this fits like a glove.

Walhalla Shoes work very well for my day to day needs. I do a combination of running and walking five miles a day with my dogs and the shoes do really well for both walking and running. I've had a history of ankle issues due to some injuries in high school and the shoes provide great stability on both solid surfaces and gravel. The shoes do feel a little bit on the tight side, but Nike shoes generally do for me.



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