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968 Views 0 Replies Latest reply: Sep 17, 2008 8:44 AM by xcrunr1647
xcrunr1647 Pro 67 posts since
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Sep 17, 2008 8:44 AM



Holy **** I ordered new racing flats since I have quite a few races planned over the next several months. I got the Nike Lunaracer...they just showed up yesterday. These are the lightest shoes i have ever felt in my entire life. I used the Nike Zoom Kennedy Track and XC spikes for Track and Cross Country (duh), and the x-country ones are actually moderately heavy for spikes, a) because they're size 14 and b) because the have a kinda thick rubber spikeplate. But these flats i just got are lighter than even the Track spikes (which are basically like wearing socks), but somehow have all the cushioning (almost) of my regular trainers.






I knew that the new Nike FlyWire (c) technology was good, but wow.






Any comments?



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