I've been trying out a couple new pairs of shoes lately after realizing my tried and true running shoes just weren't working for me. These are the Nike Flyknit Lunar+ and I've run a handful of times in them.
These have a fairly narrow fit and a rather strange tongue which could annoy me but has not so far. I normally wear a 10 and did not believe online shoe calculators which put me into a 10.5 in this shoe. It is a smaller shoe and i can wear a 10 but a 10.5 probably would've been better. I've been wearing less cushioned socks to compensate.
It's a very light shoe (just under 7 ounces) but of course i fit in my over the counter orthotics which i use to fill the arch space and provide a bit more cushioning. they are heavy. It's a lower heel profile than my typical shoe but not that low considering some of the shoes on the market lately (ie cardboard). it has the nike cushioning which i like very much but still gives a pretty good ground feel and a smooth ride. At $160, i will not be getting these ever at full retail price however. I got these on clearance on a recommendation of a friend who worked at a running shoe store and thought they might work well for me. And do you think this color is bright enough? Yikes!