Nike LunarEclipse+ 2

November 20, 2011 BY

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The Nike LunarEclipse+ ‘eclipsed’ prices of all Nike Lunar Running shoes by a whopping $35 (the highest-priced Lunar running shoe was $100), and still stands as the highest-priced Nike Lunar running shoe (if you’re not counting the Shield edition of the model, which is $140). Supreme comfort, sick styling – many fans of Nike running shoes deemed it money well spent, so how will its sequel be received? Here’s a look at the Nike LunarEclipse+ 2, previewed at the nike Running House Warming event in late October; it features the same LunarLon cushinoing with the seamless mesh/thin-skin upper, but now features the light-weight mid-foot lockdown harness seen in many current Nike releases, like the LunarGlide+3 and even the LeBron 9. These three colorways were part of that impressive preview, so take a look below and let us know what you think the LunarEclipse+ 2 design, and stick with Sneaker News for release updates. via p4000.


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