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Train like the top-flight with the out of this world Nike Lunar Elite 2! This lightweight tempo shoe delivers runner-specific support. It boasts responsive cushioning and a supportive fit. Perfect for faster-paced training and racing.

UPPER: Independent Nike Flywire technology delivers ultra-light support and a snug fit. Lightweight mesh gives for breathable support.

MIDSOLE: Low-profile Lunarlon cushioning system with Dyanmic Support provides a responsive feel and runner-specific support.

OUTSOLE: BRS 1000 carbon rubber heel and environmentally preferred rubber waffle outsole gives durable traction. Flex grooves offer a smooth ride.

WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


Entrena como los grandes con los Lunar Elite 2 de Nike. Además de ser ligeros, estos tenis brindan a los corredores el soporte y acolchonamiento necesarios. Ideales para trotar rápido o entrenar carreras. CORTE: Tecnología independiente Flywire de Nike que

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