A Night with Nike Flyknit Lunar1+

Last Friday, February 01, 2013, Nike invited yours truly along with several other runner bloggers for the launching of Nike’s latest Flyknit shoe, the Lunar1+.  It didn’t stop there as we also got a chance to try out the shoe for the night with a run around Bonifacio High Street, around 1.6K.

Taking this baby for a ride…

The first thing you’d notice about the Lunar1+ is its color—bright and quite interesting.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen pink in a men’s shoe before!  Don’t worry if you’re not a fan of pink, there are also a lot of other color options to choose from.

The currently available colors, more to come in the following weeks

For the short time (and distance) I got to spend with the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+, the best aspects that I found were its light weight, great cushioning, and breathability.  The Lunarlon sole was really soft and bouncy, and despite its looks it actually offers stability for those who need it.  And because it’s basically like weaved socks there are no hard spots that could hurt your feet, thus not needing to be “broken in.”  One common “complaint” I hear from others who tried it though was it being a bit narrow for those with wide feet, but for my narrow feet it fits perfectly like a sock.  The Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ is retailed for ₱6,795.

– –  (Press Release) – – 

Second Skin Fit and Ultra-Soft Lunarlon Combine In Nike Flyknit Lunar1+
Performance technology is engineered to give runners the perfect run – every stitch, every stride.

PHILIPPINES, FEBRUARY 2013—Runners lacing up in preparation for the spring race season won’t make sacrifices.  They need a shoe that fits perfectly to take on the miles, has enough structure to feel supportive, offers cushioning for amazing comfort – and sports some style on top of it all.  With this inspiration, the lightweight Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ brings the virtually seamless upper using Nike Flyknit technology together with the plush, responsive cushioning of Lunarlon.

Nike Flyknit Lunar1+

Since its launch in February 2012, Nike Flyknit technology has redefined the development and creation of footwear with its ability to be engineered to provide a more precise fit for the specific needs of the foot.  Support and structure are knitted right into the Nike Flyknit upper, which helps reduce seams, weight and areas of friction and keeps the shoe lightweight.  This spring the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ provides support, flexibility and breathability with a more cushioned midsole – a great solution for everyday runners.

Nike Flyknit

The Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ combines Nike Flyknit with plush, responsive Lunarlon.  The resilient foam provides ultra-soft cushioning, and springy response and support.  The Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ has a neutral platform that benefits a wide array of runners looking for a responsive and well-cushioned shoe.  Strategically placed durable rubber inserts in the outsole deliver maximum impact protection in key areas on the heel and forefoot.  The upper incorporates dynamic Nike Flywire, adaptive support that tightens and relaxes to accommodate the natural motion of the foot.

Nike Flyknit construction also eliminates the need for the multiple materials and material cuts used in the uppers of traditional sport footwear manufacturing.  This revolutionary construction reduces waste by an average of 80 percent in the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ when compared to typical Nike running footwear.

Nike Flyknit was created for performance in world-class marathon events, and many elite runners have crossed the finish line in the Nike Flyknit Racer, part of the first Nike Flyknit collection.  The Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ expands the franchise to the everyday runner, offering a bright color palette to make sure runners look as great as they feel on the road.

Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ Techsheet

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