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Stadium Grey/Metallic Dark Grey/Pimento/Grand Purple

  1. Less weight. Better fit.
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Less weight. Better fit.

Nike has updated their popular LunarGlide running shoe with FlyWire in this new version for a glove-like fit誰ï申ï申誰ï申ï申"and it's even lighter than earlier version.

UPPER: Mesh for breathability.

Ultra-light Flywire threads cradle the foot for an adaptive, glove-like fit. The threads are adjustable through the laces and wrap the midfoot and arch for great support, helping to reduce slippage during activity.

Lunarlon cushioning offers an incredibly soft and springy ride for comfort mile after mile. It has a soft, resilient foam core within a supportive foam for lightweight, ultra-plush cushioning and support.

Dynamic Support in the midsole provides just the stability without added weight or stiffness.

OUTSOLE: Durable rubber with deep flex grooves for flexibility and a smooth, efficient stride.

Reflective for enhanced visibility in low light.

Nike+ ready. WEIGHT: (10 oz.)


Nike ha actualizado sus populares tenis para trotar LunarGlide con tecnología FlyWire y el resultado es este modelo más ligero y que ajusta perfectamente. CORTE: Malla para ventilación. Filamentos Flywire ultra ligeros que abrazan el pie para un ajuste per

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