When you're gunning for a big PR you don't want to leave anything up to chance--not the training schedule, the taper, the breakfast, and certainly not the shoes. Utilizing Nike's revolutionary ZoomX cushioning, the Pegasus Turbo 2 Running Shoe will give you the streamlined design, lightweight feel, and ultra-responsive cushioning you need to help you cross the finish line with a smile on your face. Designed to help the world's elite marathoners break that ever-elusive two-hour mark, ZoomX cushioning is Nike's most responsive to date. Your feet will stay super comfortable thanks to its soft underfoot feel, while its springy energy-return will help you keep your speed up even when you start to fade in those second half miles. Updates to the shoe include a lighter mesh construction that keeps your feet comfortable and moving quickly, and maintains excellent breathability to keep your feet comfortable and cool even when you're working hard in warm weather. A partial inner sleeve from the midfoot to the toe makes these shoes a little more snug-fitting than their predecessors the Pegasus Turbos, and a comfortable tapered heel keeps your Achilles comfortable and in-place as you churn out faster times than ever before.
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