- Rubber sole
- Style#: BQ9646-002
- Nike React foam at the midsole is lightweight, springy and durable
- An Air Zoom unit at the forefoot is twice as large as previous versions, delivering more bounce with every step.
- It's top-loaded to be closer to your foot for better responsiveness.
- A midfoot band adapts to the size of your foot, keeping you comfortable and secure with every step.
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Give strength to your step with the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37 shoe. Ensuring the fit loved by the runners, the shoe is equipped with a brand new cushioning unit on the forefoot and foam for maximum responsiveness. The result is a durable and lightweight shoe designed for your everyday runs. Nike React foam in the midsole for lightness, elasticity and durability. More foam means more cushioning, no bulk. The Air Zoom unit in the forefoot is twice as large as previous versions, thus offering greater elasticity at each step. It is closer to the foot for better responsiveness.
- Package Dimensions : 13.07 x 8.35 x 4.49 inches; 1.41 Pounds
- Item model number : BQ9646-002
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : June 12, 2020
- Manufacturer : Nike
- ASIN : B07ZJP93F6
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By Nodirbek Pardayev on January 4, 2021
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Nike Pegasus have always been suited to neutral attenuation feet but these don't seem to be. When running, or even just walking in them the tension causes pain in the arches of the feet.
Looking at the soles of the shoes there is a outer rim of dark rubber obviously designed to absorb pressure but even after wearing them just a few times I can see wear in the central hollow of the shoes. This means that the un-cushioned central area is the part coming into contact with the ground.
Another clear design floor is the back of the shoe which is lower than normal and tapered. I'm not sure why Nike felt the need to have a pointed end at the back of the shoe but it means the heel does not feel fully cushioned or supported and has a tendency to slip up and down.
I am really shocked at how badly designed these running shoes are and I can only advise others to avoid them like the plague.
I love these shoes, they are great, I tend to heal strike so can honestly say I think the design of these are great. I found these very comfortable right from the first run.
I can definitely recommend these shoes.