Get a Detailed Look at the Nike Lunarepic Flyknit
Alright, not forever, but at least until you forget your name.
Now, I'm not a big runner. Basically, I've got three miles in me on a good day - that's three times around the lake by my house because I count. Anything more (or if you catch me on one of those just do it - kinda sorta days) and I'll be speed walking/pulled by my miniature schnauzer. But, when I received these Nike Lunarepic Flyknits in the mail (thank you Nike!) I put them on and instantly felt like I was jogging on clouds around my living room.
So, whether you're a seasoned marathon runner or just struggling to hit that third lap, the Nike Lunarepic Flyknit is a great choice if you’re looking for a lightweight fit on your runs. The mid-rise flyknit upper feels sensational on the foot. The nicest thing about this shoe, IMO, is the Lunarlon midsole and pressure-mapped Luarlon outsole. And, yes, you should still wear socks with these even though they feel super cozy. I would recommend a higher ankle sock to avoid friction on the back of the ankle.
CNK contributor Ticara Davis had a chance to take her pair on a one of her first runs with Nike Run Club Chicago and she swears she could instantly feel the difference from her previous running shoes.