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Strata Grey/Electric Yellow/Vivid Sulfur/Metallic Dark Grey

  1. Less weight, better fit.
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Less weight, better fit.

Nike's Lunarglide+ 4 offers the ideal combo of lightness and adaptive fit for the ultimate ride.

UPPER: Mesh for breathability with FlyWire technology for a stable, glove-like fit. Plush foam collar for comfort and heel lockdown.

Inner sleeve offers a plush, comfortable fit and easy on and off.

INSOLE: Lunarlon cushioning creates an incredibly soft and springy ride for comfort mile after mile.

Dynamic Support in the midsole provides stability without the added weight or stiffness of a traditional medial post.

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

WEIGHT: (8.2 oz.)


Menos peso, mejor ajuste. Los Lunarglide+ 4 para dama de Nike combinan a la perfección ligereza y ajuste en una sola pieza de calzado. CORTE: Malla para ventilación con tecnología FlyWire para un ajuste perfecto. Elementos brillantes para hacerlos más visi

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