Comments: I was very excited about the look of this shoe right from the beginning. Couple the 'glove like' feel and the proven Lunarlon sole with an ideal stack height, I thought this might be my next trainer. I was disappointed. For me, the upper felt loose and it felt sloppy. The Lunarlon sole felt lumpy, and though the stack numbers looked perfect for a trainer, it failed to roll smoothly from heel to toe. I've had years of confident racing in the Lunaracer, Lunaracer+, and Lunaracer+2, and I had expected to experience something truly unique for a trainer descended from this line, especially at that price. Incidentally, I didn't care for the Lunaracer +3 either, for almost the same reasons. I'm a huge fan of the Lunarlon sole, but I guess I prefer a much more confident upper.
From: Dan, Denver, CO
Comments: I really wanted to love this shoe, as it has a great look, and was initially very comfortable to walk in, and light. That said, there is more lift in the arch area then I expected / was used to, and I felt significant foot pain in runs > 8 miles. Your mileage may vary, but I had to return them. Sizing was true to fit as another reviewer suggested.
From: Rich, Rochester, MN
Comments: Liked the shoe fit, but for me it was not that great because the toe box was a bit too tight and the heel cup was not the best. However it is a decent shoe for mild pronation and feels very comfortable to walk in but not for me. Sizing wise it is true to fit surprisingly enough with Nike; Happy running.
From: Luke, Fort Riley, KS, USA