Nike Lunar Control II Golf Shoes Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4.5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • Pros

    Plenty of padding

  • Cons

    Can pinch the little toes

  • RRP £120

What we say...

Technology
Lunarlon foam cushioning and Nike Flywire tech wraps from the midfoot to the heel for targeted support. 
This innovative foam is 30 per cent lighter than traditional Phylon and allows the force of impact to be more evenly distributed to reduce painful pressure points.A Power Platform stabilises the foot for better balance and smoother weight transfer.

Tested
As reviewed in our 2014 Shoe Test
: There’s plenty of padding and cushioning on offer, especially around the ankle, and they’re surprisingly light. They look quite wide, and the pods sticking out from the sole give a substantial look, and they have good grip despite just six spikes. They’re wide but can pinch the little toes as they narrow into the toe a little earlier than other models.

As reviewed in our 2013 Shoe Test: Super-comfortable and stable. Immediately notice the comfort. Feel really padded but stable under foot too.

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Your Reviews

Nike Golf Shoes User Reviews

  • 4 out of 5 Happy Feet

    By Damien Hudson

    Having had to visit an orthotic specialist after along and painful time suffering plantar fasciitis, he suggested I tried Nike Lunarlon shoes, my local shop had lunar control shoes on sale and a deal was done. When I tried them on I thought they were extremely comfy but a four hour walk can soon wipe these thoughts out but not with these babies, they are as good after a round as when you set off, absolutely brilliant. I've been out in all conditions and they are waterproof and they look the bees knees, honestly give them a try if you find walking the course at all painful, they have turned my game around.

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