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Nike LunarGlide+2–($100)

  • By Mario Fraioli
  • Published Sep. 1, 2010

2010 Fall Running Shoe Review Homepage

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The LunarGlide+2 and its use of Nike’s dynamic support and adaptive cushioning technologies left very different impressions, although almost unanimously positive, among our test team. Those who want more control have it, and those who don’t need it feel it is quite neutral. The upper fit and toe box is, however, uniformly lower volume and somewhat narrow. The LunarGlide+2, like the original, is a well-executed lightweight trainer.

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Mario Fraioli

Mario Fraioli

Mario Fraioli is a senior editor at Competitor magazine. A cross-country All-American at Stonehill College in 2003, he now coaches the Prado Women's Racing Team in San Diego and was the men's marathon coach for Costa Rica's 2012 Olympic team. His first book, The Official Rock 'n' Roll Guide To Marathon & Half-Marathon Training (VeloPress, 2013) is available in bookstores, running shops and online.

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