I was gonna let this go, but since you kept piling on the manure...
No, its not. Its simply a name change, as the above poster TMCW140 correctly stated.
Since you're wrong again, wanna rephrase?
Wrong again. Steeeeeerike three!
Hire you? Um, no. Your research is awful. You should hire a research assistant. You are
one of those other
At least you're correct about this.
From Kevin Paulk, Nike Global RSG Director:
"The Lunar family of shoes has Lunar Foam by default. Moving forward we are going to communicate more thoroughly the difference between LunarFoam, Lunarlon, LunarLite
, and how these systems relate to Dynamic Support
or Dynamic Support
is a 2-part system
. A softer inner core and a firmer outer carrier engineered to manage natural motion for any runner, any run, and each foot (left and right). As you know the dynamic support feature benefits most of today's runners who seek and need moderate to excessive pronation control in their footwear. We want her/him to run well, without having to give in to traditional, bulky, stiff, vertically 'POSTED' shoes."
Lunarlite Foam Technology:
Nike Dynamic Support:
The Dynamic Support system sits in the shoe's midsole and offers on-demand support in response to a runner's changing needs. It features more soft foam on the lateral side for cushioning on impact and more firm foam on the medial side for support.