Let’s take a look at the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38.
First introduced in 1983, Nike now reveals the newest version of Pegasus with Pegasus 38. Pegasus is Nike’s most popular running shoe designed to be half air, symbolizing movement, agility, and the charm of flying.
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Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 – Overview
It was last year when Nike’s iconic React foam and Zoom Air units were introduced to the 32nd iteration of Pegasus. The Pegasus has become Nike’s longest-running trainer and all-time best-selling shoe since its release in 1983. The Pegasus has gone through several modifications, transformations, innovations to make it more comfortable and responsive. Now on its 33rd iteration, Nike introduces the new Pegasus 38.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38
The pleasant and convenient feel you expect from the Pegasus is still with Pegasus 38, plus it gives you a wider forefoot to provide your toes with more space. It has an elegant and breathable upper mesh that stretches with your foot to provide you with a relaxed shape and fit. The Nike React foam is lightweight, springy, and tough. Though it has more foam, it doesn’t make the shoe bulky. Instead, it provides superior cushioning for a more comfortable feel as you run.
It also has more foam in the tongue that helps cushion the top of your foot. The midfoot webbing provides a comfy fit when you stiffen the laces. It has an A-Zoom Air unit that sets more bounce with every step making it closer to your foot for responsiveness.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 Limited Edition
Pegasus 38 comes in an exclusive version featuring a blend of colorways on one shoe celebrating the assorted spectrum and history of the Pegasus. Nike brings back the classic feel and fit of the Pegasus with the 38’s wider toe room and seaming on the upper that renders improved shape and fit.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 Flyease
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 Flyease, like the 38, has a broader toe room to give you added comfort. It provides you a quick and easy way to start your run. It has a zippered entry that makes it effortless to get on and off promptly. The no-tie lacing design secures the fit using only one hand.
It has a densely padded tongue and a more conventional heel counter and ankle collar. The Pegasus uses Nike React foam known for its durability, flexibility, and lightness and the Zoom Air unit that provides more energy with every step.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 Review – In Summary
That’s our review of Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38.
To continue the legacy, the Pegasus 38 brings a spring to your step with the same active foam same as its forerunner. The breathable mesh in the upper merges the convenience and durability you want with a roomier fit at the toes. It will come with the Limited Edition and Flyease on April 22nd for the members and to everyone else on April 29th.
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