Nike Lunarglide+ 2

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Nike Lunarglide+ 2
Not just aesthetically pleasing, this shoe also packs in excellent cushioning and decent stability.

Our Review

What's new? Nike didn't change much in this update, leaving the sole - with its narrow heel and sloped support post in the midsole - untouched. The Flywire upper has been reshaped to better secure the midfoot. We say For a relatively lightweight shoe, the LunarGlide+ 2has excellent cushioning and decent ...  Continue reading

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I really liked this shoe when I first ran in them. I ran a few 5 mile runs and the cushioning was very good and the shoe was so lightweight. When i up my training mileage to over 9 miles 3 times a week they we Continue reading...
I have recently brought a pair from sports direct for just £45 and they are excellent. I had been wearing pro grid and found that they wore out very quickly on the outside of the foot and my last pair were far Continue reading...
Best shoe I've bought so far, i usually don't like Nike trainers as i dont like the fit but these are a definate change in the right direction for me !!! If they fell apart tomorrow I'd go out an buy another pa Continue reading...
Why change a brilliant trainer and produce something a lot worse? Continue reading...


I'm a moderate overpronator with wide feet. i feel the shoe pushes my foot to the outstep. and about after 2 miles it starts to hurt quite a bit. Other than that this shoe it great. the cushioning is the lovely. And I used to get shin splints and back pain all the time but with these shoes i don't get it any more at all! 

Posted: 10/12/2010 at 21:29

I am also a very moderate overpronator. These shoes gave me terrible blisters on outside of big toes and 4 black toe nails within 3 weeks.

Ditched them for Adidas Supernova sequence for LSR and Adidas Adizero tempo's for fast stuff and racing. No problems since and feet are healing up!

Posted: 11/12/2010 at 12:25

Do you know if the Lunarglide +2 is suitable for heavy runners???

Posted: 11/12/2010 at 14:25

They seem to market them as suitable for al but those needing extra support and cushioning.

My opinion is they would not be suitable for heavy runners.

Although I had problems with them the first couple of runs felt great. I know people who love them. Not for me though. Nice colours!

Posted: 11/12/2010 at 15:22

@Dylan Man - getting black nails and blisters, has nothing to do with the shoes, it has with the size - get a half size up!

Posted: 24/05/2012 at 11:59

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Excellent cushioning
More support needed for overpronators
  • Price: £80.00
  • Year: from 2010

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