Pegasus Turbo 2 Running Shoe
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.
- Race day trainers with responsive cushioning to help you smash PRs
- ZoomX cushioning offers high-performance rebound to keep you moving
- Updated mesh upper is lighter and more breathable than ever
- Partial inner sleeve and heel collar keep your feet in place
- Angled heel creates smoother heel strikes for long distance races
- Rubber outsole provides durable traction for speedy road miles
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- Q & A
These shoes make you want to keep moving
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: 8.5
- Height: 5'7"
- Weight: 145lbs
The react foam meets the hype, its hard to want to stand still when your every move is causing some rebound in the midsole. The upper one of the best, though near transparent, so choose your socks wisely (I've seen cool design combinations with branded socks wording showing through the sides.)
Nike though runs narrow, especially in the midfoot. If you are slightly wide, or slightly flat footed, you likely will not fit.