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Nike Lunarendors

So I was in need of a new pair of boots, and I decided to go with the Nike Lunarendors. I must say, at first i was a bit hesitant due to the price. ($300 on Snowboardconnection.com) But I still ended up going with them. The boots came in and the quality was amazing! From the sewing, to the paddings and suppert. I was very pleased. I tried them on and boy did they feel comfortable. Heavy ankle support and supreme comfort. Sizing was a big question at first since I was forced to buy on an online retailer, but like other said, go with your nike running shoe size and you will be golden! Broken in the first run if you even notice at all! (:



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only halldor can wear those.

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Looks awesome but I can't go back to laces after boa. $300 is a good price. I got my nike double boa for same price .
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hot fiya! im feelin those.
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I have the same boots and will agree on the comfort aspect. And I paid full price. Only issue I have is i was told the same. Go with my sneaker size. Well I wear a 13. Way to big.. So got a 12 boot.. Still to big. UGH. So now looking for 11.5... So I am not sold on the true to size fitment. Just my experience.
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I mentioned that it is true to size to your nike running shoe. I normally wear a 9 in all brands. Nike running shoes I am a 9.5. I went with my nike running shoe and they are great.
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Nice... I just think my feet are retarded... I wear a 13 Nike running shoe in some and a 12 in others... I never have work an 11.5...... :facepalm:
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Yea dude definitely. For anyone who does not access to a pair of nike boots at a local shop, go to a foot locker and try on some nike free 5.0 running shoe. Whatever your comfortable size is in those, is what id recommend you to buy in the boots. Hope this helps.
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good info there.. Wish I would have done that before paying 430 bucks for boots that don't fit.. :-(

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Yea dude definitely. For anyone who does not access to a pair of nike boots at a local shop, go to a foot locker and try on some nike free 5.0 running shoe. Whatever your comfortable size is in those, is what id recommend you to buy in the boots. Hope this helps.
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I got the same boots!

Got 30 days in them this season and they still feel great!
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