Customer feedback

Comments: Much better than the Original Lunar Glide.  For such a light and well cushioned shoe, the stability is outstanding.   I am an overpronator and can wear the LunarGlide 4 comfortably for my long runs.   Actually, it is pretty close to being a perfect, all around shoe.   It is light enough for racing and speed work outs as well.

I am surprised how durable this shoe has been.  After 135 miles the wear is minimal.         

The Flywire lacing system takes a little time to get used to.  You have to double knot the laces or they will come undone.   Also, you have to lace them up tighter when you first put them on because the lacing system will loosen up as you wear them,  even if they are double knotted.

The outsoles tend to pick up small stones.  So, this may not be an ideal shoe if you run on trails. 

Just a great all around shoe! 
From: Bob, New Jersey

Comments: By far, my favorite version of the LunarGlide to date. Fit is greatly improved, especially in the forefoot. Shoe feels lighter than previous versions. My only complaint is the traction in wet weather. On a wet asphalt road these shoes slip very easily. They lose grip so easily I will not wear them on wet pavement. Poor wet weather traction is pretty surprising for a company based in the Pacific Northwest. I hope this is corrected in upcoming versions.
From: Rick, Texas

Comments: Definitely an improvement over the Lunarglide 3s.  Lighter, more breathable. Nice cushioning but not too cush. Great training shoe for mild overpronators.
From: Eric, Bethesda MD

Comments: Wonderful fit and ride. Such a great improvement over the 3's. The ride is soft,light and reponsive. train 40-50 mi/wk high arches7-9 min /mi
From: anonymous

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