In the annals of sports history, few companies will be recognized quite as easily as Nike. The company’s moniker, which is derived from the Greek goddess of victory, has always been associated with greatness, specifically in the world of basketball but they’ve enjoyed a lot of success in the world of running as well. Nike’s new version of the popular LunarEpic Low Flyknit 2 shoe makes a strong case for their continued dominance in the world of sports footwear.
There have been one or two murmurings about people feeling like their ankles are predisposed to rolling in these shoes, but those reviews aren’t the majority.
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Most other reviews praise the overall durability of these shoes with one exception: the flywire lacing. There have been a few reports on various sites claiming that the flywire lacing ripped where it connects to the midsole. This might be troubling to some customers, but instances of the issue on Nike website have shown that Nike is completely willing to replace the defective shoes with no real hassle, so provided you do the right thing and contact the company there shouldn’t be too much of an issue here.
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-The upper is made of a flexible, synthetic material
-Flywire lacing that connects to the midsole and integrates with the laces to give you a secure, locked-down fit
- 8.8 oz (Men’s size 10)
-Smooth transitions - Lunarlon cushioning is a combination of soft and firm foam that helps absorb impact and creates a smooth heel-to-toe transition.
-Lunarlon pads on the outsole provide cushioning in key areas of the lower sole
-Offset/drop of 10mm