Nike Lunareclipse+

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Nike Lunareclipse+
Nike's flagship cushioning shoe offers a pillowy ride ideal for high-mileage

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What's new? This new model takes the ideas introduced in the LunarGlide+ (Lunar foam, Dynamic Support wedge in the midsole) and combines them with a seamless upper and ‘floating' external heel counter for a comfortable grip. We say This is Nike's flagship cushioning shoe, and testers immediately noticed the pillowy ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

8 user reviews of Nike Lunareclipse+ See all

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Not my cup of tea and an expensive error on my part. In comparison to the Brooks Ravenna 2 and the Mizuno WaveRider 13 I've used (which were much cheaper), the Nike's were heavier, clunkier and just fit too wei Continue reading...
A decent trainer that I'm pretty pleased with as I got them for a good price online. If I'd paid full whack for them I would be a touch disappointed. I do like how they look and a lot of people comment on how m Continue reading...
This shoe is very good. Indeed, very popular this year. And I also know an online store There also have a lot of fashionable and good quality nike shoes. And the price is very cheap. You can g Continue reading...
Just used them for training and then marathon few weeks ago. At no point did my feet or my usually problematic tib post tendon hurt at all, even during the race itself. They look just like new still, despite Continue reading...


I am usually an Adidas or New Balance owner but after being recommended I went for my first pair of Nike's.After 2 Marathons and endless training miles over the past year these trainers still have life in them.

A definite thumbs up 5 stars Nike Lunareclipse+

Posted: 11/01/2012 at 23:10

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Chafe-free upper design
Limited responsiveness
  • Price: £100.00
  • Year: from 2010

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