When the Nike Flyknit LunarGlide 6 samples started pouring in, there was hope that the silhouette would actually release. Unfortunately that pair never arrived at retailers, because Nike was saving the Flyknit construction for the Nike LunarGlide 7. The running model utilizes a combination of the ever flexible and breathable Engineered Mesh on the toebox while Flyknit makes its presence known on the side panel and heel. There’s definitely an appeal in a shoe that combines both technologies, but we’re still hoping for an all-Flyknit-everything rendition to actually be available for purchase. Check out more photos of Nike Running’s latest below and head to Nike retailers now to broaden your running shoe spectrum with the newest installment of the Lunarglide series.