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  1. An Out of this World Running Shoe
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An Out of this World Running Shoe

This new version of the Lunarfly has a lower heel and more support, but the same cushioning on which we've come to rely.

Inside the breathable mesh upper is an innersleeve that wraps around the foot for a snug, breathable feel, and extra padding at the tongue enhances comfort.

The Lunarlon cushioning system has two layers of foam - one for cushioning and one for responsive support.

Dynamic Support adapts to provide just the right amount of support.

Reflective for safety.

The outsole is a mix of durable rubbers with deep grooves for enhanced flexibility and a smooth, efficient stride.

Best for underpronated to mildly overpronated gait types.

WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


Esta nueva versión de los Lunarfly viene con un talón más bajo, mayor soporte y el mismo acolchonamiento que los ha hecho famosos. Dentro del corte de malla para ventilación hay una funda que envuelve al pie para un ajuste perfecto y almohadillas extra en

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