THEY SAY: "It delivers the plus cushioning and dynamic support of the original LunarGlide, along with better fit and comfort. It’s best for underpronators to moderate overpronators; Lunarlon cushioning for ultra-lightweight, springy cushioning; Dynamic support that adapts to your stride throughout your run; and extended Flywire panels for ultra-light, ultra-strong support." – Nike
WE SAY: At first glance, the Lunarglide+ looks more street sneaker than marathon shoe, until we took it out for a run. It’s surprisingly more cushioned and springy than it looks, with an extremely light feel with every step. It’s best for neutral-footed runners. (Flat-footers will suffer from the lack of support). It feels too flimsy for a long run, but great for training runs over 5 to 10km and personal best runs.
Fit/Comfort: 8/10 — It’s comfortable although it may not last a 42km. Good over 5-10km distances and maybe 21km, too.
Cushioning: 5/10 — More suited for neutral-footed runners, not for flat-footers.
Stability: 8.75/10 — Springy, light feel with every step.
Design/Aesthetics: 6.25/10 — It looks like a stylish, casual sneaker more than a running shoe.
Recommended Retail Price: $189
Availability: Available at Nike outlets.
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