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Men's Nike LunarGlide 6 Running Shoe (Black/Cool Grey) EXPIRED

HariboG 97 80 July 21, 2015 at 11:38 PM in Men's Shoes (5) More Nike Deals
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Promoted 07-22-2015 by Discombobulated at 03:50 AM View Original Post
Store.Nike.com has Men's Nike LunarGlide 6 Running Shoe (Black/Cool Grey/White/Pure Platinum) on sale for $64.97. Shipping is free when you follow instructions listed below. Thanks HariboG
  1. Create a Free Nike+ Account [More Details] or create it while signing up for an account during checkout.
  2. Click this link here
  3. Add 1x Men's Nike LunarGlide 6 Running Shoe to cart
    • Available Sizes: 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 12.5, 13, 14, 15
  4. Total at checkout should be $64.97 with free shipping

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Our research indicates that this Men's Nike LunarGlide 6 Running Shoe is $15 lower (18% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $80. - Discombobulated

The Nike LunarGlide 6 Running Shoe is a highly review product. It features a two-piece, dual-density midsole and firm phylon for support and stability during footstrike and plush Lunarlon foam for resilient cushioning through transition. - Discombobulated

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Edited July 22, 2015 at 05:29 AM by BostonGirl
http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/pd...d-10978659

This is the LOWEST I've seen them yet (for this color, there was a $50 one but it was an ugly color with limited sizes)

I bought two pair earlier this year for $90 and they are amazing shoes. So much comfort while running. Highly highly recommend. And they aren't bulky or ugly.

Just bought 1 again.
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#3
How do nike's compare to asics in running shoes
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How is the fit? half a size smaller? bigger? exact? I usually wear 9.5 for my new balance running shoes, would a 9.5 work here as well?
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Snagged one, used the MileagePlus X app and the MileagePlus shopping portal for 1pt credit card + 1pt Chase bonus + 5pt X + 6pt portal = 13pts / dollar back on $70 for the pair, nice.
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SD is killing me with all these running shoes deal. I bought 10 pairs just this month. I need to find a pair that doesn't hurt my feet due to plantar fasciatis.nod
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Quote from zanetran View Post :
How do nike's compare to asics in running shoes
Not me, but my feet likes Nike shoes the best when it comes to running. I have tried almost every brand this month. I will try Brooks later on today and see if it's as good as my Nike structure 18.
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I love the shoes! i got a pair
thanks
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I don't know why, love nike, but these never fit my feet well. Have tons of free runs, dual fusions, and air max's but these never fit good and hurt my feet.
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Quote from zanetran View Post :
How do nike's compare to asics in running shoes
They don't. Most Nikes are fashion shoes, Asics, Saucony, Brooks and Mizuno are running shoes. Go to a store that specializes in running shoes (not a big box sporting goods store) and see what they sell.
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Quote from AJDemineh View Post :
How is the fit? half a size smaller? bigger? exact? I usually wear 9.5 for my new balance running shoes, would a 9.5 work here as well?
From my experience, and what I've read, Nike shoes typically run small. I'd get a half size bigger.

I can't wear Nikes typically due to their narrowness and arch support (I have flat feet), but I did get a pair a couple of years ago. I'm a 9.5 dress shoe, and typically a size 10 sneaker.

I had to buy a pair in size 11 for them to not feel painful. Even then, they required some wearing in before the pain went away.
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I've tried almost all the running shoe brands now and the one that seems to work best for me is Brooks. Everybody has different feet and posture though.
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Quote from aznnp77 View Post :
From my experience, and what I've read, Nike shoes typically run small. I'd get a half size bigger.

I can't wear Nikes typically due to their narrowness and arch support (I have flat feet), but I did get a pair a couple of years ago. I'm a 9.5 dress shoe, and typically a size 10 sneaker.

I had to buy a pair in size 11 for them to not feel painful. Even then, they required some wearing in before the pain went away.
I too have flat feet. Go find yourself a pair of nike Flyknit Lunar 2's and see how great they feel. Even better fit than the lunarglides
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chat with a rep and they'll give you a 10% discount

Quote from s0450982 View Post :
I too have flat feet. Go find yourself a pair of nike Flyknit Lunar 2's and see how great they feel. Even better fit than the lunarglides
Not that easy. Find out if you are a pronator or supinator first.

http://help-en-us.nike.com/app/an...supination
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Thanks OP
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