Talkback: Nike LunarGlide+

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13/06/2010 at 21:47

Br1an, I think Nike are wrong to market this shoe as being suitable for all runners. Call me cynical, but common sense tells you that no single shoe is going to be good for everyone!

I'm sorry you had a bad experience with the shoes. Hopefully you have found a more suitable shoe for you now. But why are you so worried about why or why not anyone else might purchase the shoes?

19/08/2010 at 12:22

I looked at the Lunar Glide+ in the shop. They seemed to be made of an overly spongy material unlike anything else. Not like the normal cushioning I'm used to on running shoes. I'm sceptical to try them especially as the cheapest price I could find was £72. I like the cool design though. How well do they wear?

19/08/2010 at 13:42

They've just brought out the Lunar Glide2 - yet to try it though.

I've found my Glides to be really good although I'm unsure whether I prefer this marshmallow-like sole.

The inners are ridiculously comfy though - really silky, like no other shoe I've ever tried.

I've a pair of Lites that I'm yet to try - they seem narrower in the toe box (Glides seem to run a bit big?) which will be good.

Also Glides don't seem to do well in the rain - very slippery underfoot. 

20/08/2010 at 22:08

I managed 150 miles in my glides before coming to a sudden halt with stabbing knee pain. up till hen it ws like wearing a apir of slippers  -mega comfy, but I have my suspicions about the support they provide.

They are naw a very expensive pai of "leisure" trainers for me and I wont run in them.

I'd say they are good for generally neutral runners with a very slight pronation issue - steer clear if you are a moderate to severe pronator

22/08/2010 at 19:35

I supinate and they're fine for me.

Another 16 miler in them today. 

24/08/2010 at 13:06
Even after 6 months in them, I'm still getting blisters above 10-12 miles. Having said that, they are in general very comfortable and I will buy another pair, probably LG2 to see if the hot spot that causes the blisters has gone. I've one foot that pronates and one neutral and have had no problems. Yet.
24/08/2010 at 17:45
How does everyone afford to buy so many pairs of shoes. I've always run in Asics kayanos but havent been totally happy with the 15 and 16s and have just changed to saucony hurricane12s. They're all support shoes and have been suffering with plantar fasciitus this year. Got my fingers crossed but if they don't help I'll have to carry on running in them for at least 300 miles.
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