Nike Lunar Ballistec Laser Crimson/Grey Men's Shoe Customer feedback
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Comments: These shoes are pretty pricey, but they are so worth it! They are really comfortable and stylish. They're
lightweight so you can really move to the ball quickly and still recover fast. I got a 1/2 size smaller than my normal size and they
fit perfect. Love these shoes!
Comments: Awesome shoe. Really comfortable and is nice on the court. It's lighter than then 4.3s but it doesn't
have as much heel cushioning because no AirMax.
Comments: Worst tennis shoe ever! My son plays in the 16s and has been competing for seven years. These are
deplorable and a crime for the money they cost. Inner soles slide and get bunched up by the toe. Replaced shoe laces twice. They
get shredded while he plays. Never seen anything like this!
Comments: Great shoe overall. Plays a lot faster than the last model and feels just as supportive. I didn't have to
1/2 size down like others suggested. Only problem is that it's not as durable as the 4.3. Never had a problem with wearing
through my 4.3 toe, but I'm already through it on this shoe. Wouldn't normally mind, but was told that the 6 month guarantee only
applies to the outer sole and the wear is right above the base of the shoe and this part is considered the upper. Even when I wore
Vapors, I never wore out a toe.
Comments: Great shoes. Think I still prefer the 4.3, as they have a little more cushioning. I did not feel the need to
size down as others mentions. If I had sized down, my toes would have been a little smushed. Adding a cadence insole took a
little volume, and made them the perfect fit. Love the solid colors!
Comments: Good looking shoe. They are a little narrow for my foot and the size ran true. I'm not feeling the same
comfort as others have mentioned, but I'm hoping they'll loosen up a little and have a quick break-in period even though they're
described as "no break-in required." My previous shoes were the Babolat SFX. Great Shoe as well, just got the Nike's to try a
Comments: Definitely order a 1/2 size smaller than your Nike Air Courtballistec 4.3 shoes. I wear a 9 in the Air
Courtballistec 4.3 and I got the Lunar at 8.5 and they feel perfect. I played a little shy today since it was the first time wearing
them, but they felt pretty much the same as the 4.3. They are very comfortable and they are more fitted or narrower than the 4.3
but not that much. They have more grip which I dont like that much, but that's because of the more durable outsoles. No break-in
required. Overall, a very good shoe and I will probably buy another pair in 3-4 months. Can't actually compare directly with the
4.3 since I returned them for warranty, but they feel strong but flexible enough.
Comments: Just got these shoes and it definitely draws a lot of attention not only with the color but the style of the
shoe. They are comfortable and very light and cushy. They seem a little bigger, I probably could have gone 1/2 size smaller. I play
mostly on hard courts and these shoes were fantastic. I played on har-tru and I slipped at least 3 times in one match and even
sprained my thumb on one of my slides. I would not recommend these shoes on clay and I will only use mine on hard courts.
Comments: So first impressions, these have the potential to be my new favorite shoes (currently my favorite shoes
are the Vapor 9s). Out of the box they were much more comfortable than the Courtballistec 4.3. Almost on par with the Vapor 9
when it came to comfort. The other thing was that they are extremely light. They feel lighter than the Vapor 9s, even though the
specs say they're .6 ounces heavier. One thing that I noticed is that the toebox was a bit larger than the Vapor 9s and the
previous Courtballistecs. I thought it might annoy me, but I was able to cinch up the laces and the Adaptive Fit took care of it. On
the court, I thought they were as comfortable as the Vapor 9s, but with much more support. The heel is slightly higher off the
court than the Vapor 9s, but the toe box felt the same. I liked that because I could actually "feel" the court much more than I
could with the previous CBs and the Air Max Cages. One of the other things that I noticed is that they were much more "springy"
than the Vapor 9s. It might be the Lunar cushioning system. With the Vapors I feel like I somewhat "sink" whenever my foot hits
which I like since it cushions the blow, but with the Lunar Ballistecs, I felt like it had a slight trampoline effect when I landed. I
kind of liked that too. It cushioned my blow, but it felt like my first step was much quicker. One thing that might be an issue in
the summer is that there doesn't seem to be much ventilation. All in all, I think I will really like them. I've been looking for a
sturdier shoe that was still light like the Vapor, and this fits the bill. Plus, it has a 6 month outsole durability guarantee so it
should last me much longer than my Vapors.
Comments: If you are used to the Courtballistec 4.3 you won't really notice a difference when playing with this shoe
-- which is a very good thing. What you will notice is that you can really tighten up the whole shoe to perfectly conform to your
foot and grip it in a way that was not previously possible because of the different upper, the old one had suspect eyelets so you
couldn't really lace them up that tight anyway. It does run bigger than before, but I feel the old one ran small for the size. After I
tightened up the shoe, I felt that the toebox was quite a bit roomier, somewhat similar to the toebox of the Barricade V which is
really nice because I have a tendency to smash my toes. It does feel lower to the ground and significantly more agile around the
court than the previous version and the new tread pattern has tremendous traction. On the downside it doesn't have the same
level of shock absorption that the previous one had, but is still quite good, and the ventilation feels a bit less efficient. I like the
old shoe better for long hitting sessions and the new shoe for outright performance. This is the fastest and most comfortable
durability guaranteed shoe I've worn.
Comments: Great shoe, but the cosmetics are not nearly as good as the previous two models.
Comments: These are great shoes, but I would highly recommend ordering a full size down. I am always a 12 in
and the 12 in these shoes were like boats. 11 was the correct fit. Other than that, comfortable shoes and no real break-in period
which is always nice. Also, the red color is very bright. They suit my personality but if you don't want everyone looking at your
I would recommend going with the white.
Comments: Awesome shoe! They run very wide and slightly longer then expected. I would personally recommend a
size smaller. Great shoe though, and very comfortable!
Comments: It's a great shoe, I just think the cosmetics are too boastful.
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