Nike Lunar Fly

Looking for a barefoot experience or foot strength building? The Nike Free 7.0 V2 might just filled your needs. Build on its unique ultra-flexible platform for a more natural foot movement with excellent cushioning and support, it is a good tool for runners gearing towards barefoot running or just your routine training or running. (Updated Model : Nike Lunar Fly 2)

MSRP : US$85
Weight : 8.8 oz / 249 gm
Predecessor : Free 7.0
Product Cycle : RY.2010.DY.2010.Dec.
Features : Style : Gender Specific, Nike + : Upper : Open Mesh, Molded Sockliner, Phylon™ Strobel Last : Midsole : Lunar Lite System, Dynamic Support, Cuboid™ Pod : Outsole : BRS 1000, Waffle™ Fill

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Recommended for runner with mild over-opronation looking for a fast shoe.

History : Lunar Fly series : Fly('10)


BRS 1000™ : A highly durable carbon rubber we invented for use in outsoles. BRS stands for Blue Ribbon Sports, which was our name before we came up with Nike. The tie-in? Both BRS and Nike last... and last...

Cuboid Pod : An extra foam pod placed in the lateral side of the sole units, helps guiding the foot during the gait.

Dynamic Support : An innovative mid-sole architecture system that adapts to a runner's gait with each step.

Molded Sockliner : Engineered for under foot cushioning and is shaped to mimic the curvature of the foot for greater fit.

Nike Plus : A pocket under the sockliner for secure placement of Nike+ sensor. Connected to iPod nano, information on time, distance, calories burned and pace is stored on iPod and displayed on the screen, real-time audible feedback also is provided through headphones.

Phylon™ Strobel Last : Completes the upper construction and adds one more layer of cushioning : Phylon : Originally used in dolls, it is a heated and compressed EVA foam cushioning compound that is light, resilient and capable of giving a soft, smooth ride. As a bonus, it is non-yellowing and impervious to attack from water and microbial.

Waffle™ Fill : Rubber compound out-sole for enhanced traction.

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