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Author Topic: NIKE LUNARGLIDE 8 RUNNING SHOE REVIEW  (Read 880 times)
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« on: December 30, 2016, 01:14:08 AM »


Thomas: The LunarEpic (on sale now for $119) is one of my favorite nike shoes uk sale from 2016. The LunarGlide 8?ˉs Lunarlon midsole with its laser cuts is similar into LunarEpic. The LunarGlide 8 (on sale now for $95.88) provides more stability along with a firmer ride one strategy LunarEpic.

The upper fits well and holds the foot securely round the Lunarlon midsole. The combo of Nike?ˉs engineered mesh and Flywire creates a breathable sock-like fit without overlays. The upper is comfortable with no hot spots. The heel counter holds the foot firmly making use of foam-lined collar. I experienced no heel lift in the LunarGlide 8.

The LunarGlide 8 fits true to size, unlike the LunarEpic where I went down a 1/2 size from my normal running shoe size.

Traction while using the molded pods regarding the outsole grip with excellent traction. nike shoes uk cheap The bottom within the shoe looks like a camel?ˉs foot but runs on the grip of a lizard?ˉs. The traction instills confidence energy taking a sharp turn, even in wet conditions.

The LunarGlide 8 weighs 9.75 oz. for that size 10.5. This is certainly sweet for this amount of cush.

Meaghan: The nike running shoes sale LunarGlide is considered a stability shoe, good for long distances. Make perfectly sure that of these shoes is typical Nike: simple and clean lines without any added overlays. It?ˉs not bad to look at. The upper is a one-piece mesh material with visible Flywire cables that wrap the foot for an extra-secure, sock-like fit. And it breathes well. The midsole has some tiny laser cuts in the sides that collapse during footstrike. I didn?ˉt notice those, but the cuts along the bottom outsole provide some really nice traction. Nike kept these shoes nice and light, my W7.5 came in at 7.6oz.

Thomas: The slightly firmer midsole of those LunarGlide 8 takes some with all the charm right out of the midsole that I enjoyed in the LunarEpic. Nike printed ?°RUN EASY?± for a sock liner. I didn?ˉt like the idea of having the shoe being an ?°easy?± shoe. I am certain being a little silly, but I don?ˉt deal with it.

Meaghan: These nike running shoes uk shoes are too narrow for my wide feet, especially through the mid-foot (yes, I tried loosening the laces). I also didn?ˉt love the feel underfoot. I tend to heel-strike and it was noticeable in these shoes. I couldn?ˉt get into a comfortable stride. For shoes that look extra soft, I couldn?ˉt believe how firm they felt. My feet actually hurt after runs, but I don?ˉt think Nike designs their shoes for us flat, wide-footed people.

LunarGlide 8 Conclusion

Thomas: The LunarGlide 8 has all the right boxes checked off. It fits well, it has ample cushioning, superb traction, lightweight, and Nike?ˉs style. The price through the shoe seems really reasonable too. The LG8 is a good value at under $100 bucks.

Comparable trainers: HOKA One One Tracer, Nike LunarEpic, Skechers GOrun Ride 5

Drop: 9.5mm

Meaghan: The LunarGlide 8 is a beautiful shoe, but it?ˉs not for me. Like a marathon, I had to forget the last time I ran in them before I could put them on again. I love Nike, but the fit and overall feel of one's LunarGlide just didn?ˉt work for my feet.
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