Nike LUNAREPIC Low Flyknit 2 REVIEW!!

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Nike LUNAREPIC Low Flyknit 2 Running Shoes Review! Not only are the comfortable, but we were surprised at how much we liked them for running. We anticipated that they’d be great casual shoes, but so so runners. To the contrary, we really like them for running. Not our favorite and probably not the best running shoes 2017, but very likely on the list. The Nike Lunar Epic Low 2 have a very soft upper and great cushioning thanks to the Lunarlon foam. Even more, the Nike LUNAREPIC Flyknit have decent lockdown and they fit 1/2 size small. Obviously these are not trail running shoes (just look at the tread for that), but good road running shoes. The LUNAREPIC 2 have 10mm heel-to-toe drop and weigh in at 8-9 ounces. Not bad. anyways, hope you enjoy the review!

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Jan Flis says:

Can you make video top 5 or top 10 road running shoes for Ultra marathons?

louis makoni says:

try the AIR MAX 2017’S

Dan Duong says:


Thomas Goodall says:

In regards to the flywire Ive been using the original Flyknit free’s for over 450 miles and all the flywire cables are still in tact without issue

Kevin Karnoto says:

i have free rn, how much better this one compare to free rn?in term of comfort. Fyi i just use my free to wear casually and maybe using it as jogging shoes and having little running around my house and park near my house because i dont run a lot

RearViewSight says:

perfect review. now I’m definitely buying these. pros outweigh the price!!

BlueMonsterHD says:

Do I have to be a runner to wear these shoes? or can I just wear them for everyday use.

Isaac Alonzo says:

They look pretty good and for sure for casual all day shoe they see fit, but gotta wait for them to be cheaper

CJC 83 says:

all the rocks wedged in the shoe? Crazy town.

白勤立 says:

why don’t you guys try the alphabounce out????

rvtBC says:

Give me regular eyelets for any running or training shoe for durability. Those fabric loops snap after not too long after tugging to tighten the laces.

Luis Salazar says:

$140 at champs !

Nirwana Saktiawan says:

how compare with ultra boost ?

David Coleman says:

been looking at these since the day they came out. Thanks for the review. Think I am going to splurge on these based on your review. Thanks You’s Two Guys!

Josh says:

Adidas Ultraboost shoes 100X better than anything Nike makes for running.

Bradley Ephraim says:

Nothing beats Nike’s Lunar Flyknit shoes. Best money I’ve ever spent on shoes. Going to buy my third pair today.

Joshua Wangadi says:

As a bigger person, I don’t like this shoe because of the lack of stability for running and lack of traction. I like it for casual use though.

Rj Sully says:

#notificationsquad matt ross is rocking it

hap1e says:

woa! they are durable, light and very comfortable.  Great trainers

uret7 says:

I don’t know if I could get past the pebbles getting stuck on the bottom of the shoe. Might try these when the price drops.

Albin111 says:

Review the adidas Pureboost Rizknows

steelyfanz675 says:

I bought the original lunarepics back in June or July and was a huge fan BACK THEN…

Pros: fits really well, not too tight, not too lose, literally perfect

Great breathability

You aren’t walking in clouds but it is really comfortable and forgiving on your feet on long runs


This shoe is on the radical side of the spectrum… 10mm drop is freakin huge and it WILL alter your running form

That huge sole is comfortable on your FEET but it’s weird.. you aren’t touching the ground… it’s pseudo comfort and awkward once you realize it

those crevasses in the traction design can be annoying because pebbles will get in between them and if you don’t take them out boom, shin splints due to uneven surface.

It’s up to you guys tho I just felt like this whole “extreme comfort for longer runs” thing was a marketing ploy. Sure it’s good on your feet but feet comfort alone won’t help you on longer runs.

Keith says:

I would like to see you review the Altra Escalante and Saucony Men’s Triumph Iso 3 LR Running the toe box idea being a bigger person and just common sense to have shoes that dont come to a point seeing feet aren’t shaped that way.I used to be a asic fan but most shoes arent made wide enough

Tabib Vlogs says:

noti squad

Wayne Richter says:

I wouldn’t mind the price… if they lasted at least 10 years or 10 000 Km, whichever comes first.

m c says:

Adidas is where it’s at.

Benji says:

Are they hard to get on? My last pair of Nike shoes were the Nike Free Hypervenom 2 and they were really hard to get on.

Jack Fairchild says:

Can you guys please review the Nike Free Train Force FlyKnit:
It’s my favorite and most comfortable shoe I’ve ever bought.

Heiki Vaabel says:

Lunarepic low flyknit 2 or Free RN motion Flyknit? Can’t decide

LaBrandon says:

can you do a review on the UA run-flat 2s and the Run Ascent midst I think that’s what they call

Gabriel G says:

does not come close to Ultraboost

Rin lo says:

Can u guys make a video with a comparison with the Nike lunarepic 2 low flyknit and the adidas ultra boost??

aaron torres says:

When will you get the rizknows app

Darin Nguyen says:

So should I get these if I have wide feet?

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