Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo Running Shoe - Men's by Nike
Bring a little speed to your daily training runs, or bring a lot. It's up to you, but one thing's for sure--when you lace up the Nike Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo Running Shoe going fast will be a whole lot easier. With the Pegasus 35 Turbo you've got Nike's classic tried and true trainer, updated with a lighter design and super-responsive cushioning, all adding up to speedy workouts on the track, faster everyday training runs, and a personal best that'll creep lower and lower with every race. This shoe is outfitted with Nike's ZoomX foam, an ultralight cushioning created with the help of elite marathon runners to cut down on weight while still maximizing energy return and a responsive ride. Because it's so lightweight, Nike was able to outfit the Pegasus 35 Turbo with added cushioning, giving you not only a plush and comfortable ride, but a spring in every step to help propel you to faster times. The barely-there upper is low on weight and breathes well on hot days, while Flywire lace cables deliver a secure and snug fit of the midfoot and arch. And with an outsole design that'll help give you traction and grip as you kick into a higher gear, this shoe has everything you need to take any run to the next level.
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