Who should buy the Nike LunarStelos

  • Great choice for entry-level road runners who want an affordable and reliable neutral running shoe for jogging and gym sessions.
  • Experienced runners can also get good value for their money with the LunarStelos as a second shoe for recovery days and easy runs.

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Unique design and excellent flexibility 

Nike’s laser-cut outsole is utilized in the LunarStelos. The unique design of the outsole features grooves and a rubber pattern that offers good ground contact for stability while also giving the shoe excellent flexibility.

Nike LunarStelos feature grooves

A sturdy carbon rubber is located in the heel and other parts for a more lasting performance.

LunarStelos provides soft cushioning and responsiveness

A dual-density foam covers the entire midsole. The softer foam sits on top of the firmer one for a nice blend of cushioning, support, and responsiveness. It also delivers adequate durability and helps with the transition from landing to take-off.

Nike LunarStelos midsole foam

Nike LunarStelos offers exceptional breathability

The no-sew upper is mostly very breathable mesh and printed overlays for support. Nike uses 4 Flywire cords on both sides for a comprehensive locked down technology. The cords also allow the foot to move together with the entire upper.

Nike LunarStelos overlays

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: 264g
Drop: 10mm
Arch support: Neutral
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Walking, All-day wear / Jogging

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