Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Nike
A Nike classic takes to the trail with the Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Trail Running Shoe. Offering the same cushioned comfort and all-around performance as always, the Pegasus now gets a trail-ready makeover thanks to the addition of a lugged rubber outsole. You'll have no problem darting through dirt, mud, and rocky trail sections thanks to the unique outsole design and grippy rubber construction, while a set of Zoom Air units in the heel and forefoot ensure a cushioned and responsive ride that'll make rugged trails feel like they're a set of puffy clouds. Nike knows that on the trail you need to adapt quicker than on the road, which is why they've outfitted this shoe with a few extra features to help you thrive in rugged terrain. The outsole features a flex groove down the center that not only ensures a more smooth and stable ride, but also lets your feet roll and flex how they need to on uneven surfaces. Meanwhile, a wider forefoot lets your toes splay out better for a more natural stride and greater control on the trail. The breathable, perforated mesh upper keeps your feet cooler on warm summer days, and delivers a lockdown fit as you bound over technical trails.
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