words // Nick Engvall

With the recent release of the latest colorway of the Nike Air Max Jr, Nike begins an onslaught of designs using the popular color, Chlorine Blue. As is often the case when it comes time for summer kicks, the color will be spread across all sorts of genres of both new and retro silhouettes.

The second silhouette to receive the Chlorine Blue color treatment is the new version of the Nike LunarEclipse. The LunarEclipse has become one of the more popular Nike running shoes since its arrival earlier this year. It uses a Dynamic Flywire technology to provide lockdown and keep it lightweight (11.6 ounces). The upper features a seamless construction, with a partial inner sleeve, a neoprene collar, and a three-layer sockliner for superb comfort. Lunarlite handles cushioning duties and offsets the upper a white colored midsole. Underneath, strategically placed flex grooves help create a natural motion, while the BRS 1000 rubber at the heel adds durability.

Available now: Nike LunarEclipse+

Nike LunarEclipse Obsidian/Chlorine

Nike LunarEclipse Obsidian/Chlorine

Nike LunarEclipse Obsidian/ChlorineNike LunarEclipse Obsidian/Chlorine

Nike LunarEclipse Obsidian/Chlorine