The men's Nike Free Run + 2 shoe is a very decent lightweight running shoe that is great for distances of 5K to Marathon runs. This style is very flexible, has good energy return, and still enough cushion & support for the normal pronator. The men's Nike LunarEclipse + 2 shoe is designed with more shoe technology and may feel more comfortable, especially to those who are mild-to-moderate overpronators. There is more overall shoe technology in the LunarEclipse + 2 style v.s. the Free Run style, such as the floating heel clip for more stability, the Lunarlon midsole with the "bottomless" carrier construction for cushioning, and the premium three-layer sockliner for additional comfort & support, which is also reflected in the weight difference. But for some, they would want more features and will sacrifice the lighter weight. In the end, it really all depends on your personal preference and what features you want in a running shoe.
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