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• Superman | 342 Posts | 3420 Points
After a phenomenal Nike Free UK Trainers sale debut, the Nike Free 3.0 line entered a steady downward spiral, culminating in one of the worst shoes I have worn since I started reviewing running shoes back in 2009. The Free 3.0 v4 had a nice, updated sole, but the NanoPly upper felt like it had been made from remnants of a ziploc freezer bag. It didn¡¯t have any give, leading to a very tight fit, and it didn¡¯t breathe. At all. It was a shoe built for fashion, not function.
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Toe box width is ok, but a bit pointy. I find it uncomfortable sitting, but when I stand the weight compresses the softish insole and sole and creates more room. Comfortable to run in, wouldn¡¯t wear them around all day. We¡¯ll see if some break-in helps.
Longtime reader here, great website. About the Lunarglide: It¡¯s listed as having a ¡°Dynamic Support¡± pillar on the instep for pronation control. Did you feel this at all on your runs? I¡¯m interested in the LGs for a long run/recovery shoe, but any form of medial posting tends to make me over-exaggerate my supination, causing extra stress on my knees.
I had a pair of the originals in blue back in ¡¯04 or ¡¯05, whenever that was Nike Free Run UK Trainers - When I sucked so bad and I would hobble around every few months and hurt my knees. That¡¯s the kind of people I associate with these shoes. Shouldn¡¯t cool kids like you wear Sauconys or something like that now?
I¡¯m not sure, especially since I¡¯ve never had this problem before with any other shoes. Loosening the laces seems to help marginally, although it¡¯s still snug with no laces on(!). Maybe I¡¯m just not used to the sock-like fit? Are you supposed to feel some pressure alon Nike Huarache UK cheap Trainers g the top of your foot or should it fit loosely?