Here’s what they had to say on their site:
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 Men’s Running Shoe delivers highly responsive cushioning and lightweight support to help you find your fastest run.
A Nike Zoom Air unit in the heel combines pressurized Nike Air and internal fibers to create cushioning that springs back fast—so you move fast.
The engineered mesh upper provides ventilation and support where you need it most. Flywire cables wrap the midfoot and arch for added support and a secure, comfortable fit.
A crash rail underfoot acts as a cushioning device upon impact to help smooth out your footstrike.
- Partial mesh inner sleeve wraps your foot for plush comfort
- Internal heel counter secures the back of your foot
- Cushlon foam midsole provides soft and springy yet responsive cushioning
- Waffle outsole for durability and multi-surface traction
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
The Nike Competitor Pack is designed for fast. This collection of ultra-responsive Nike Zoom Air footwear styles takes inspiration from the fastest athletes in the world. Featuring the Nike Air Zoom Elite 8, the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 and the brand-new Nike Air Zoom Odyssey, the shoes showcase the colors of this race season and feature the iconic Nike Track & Field logo on the tongue.
And out of 107 reviews, they have received a 4.7 out of 5. And I have to say the reviewers are pretty much on the money.
Now as a runner, I tend to over pronate. So when I run, my ankles bend in when my feet strike the ground. So I have always leaned towards the Nike Air Zoom Structure which is a shoe specifically made for my running style. Since I tend to pronate, these shoes have extra padding on the inner arch of my foot to negate me from pronating while I run. I have always used these shoes since I started running and I have always loved them.
Then from a recommendation from my local running store “SoleRunners” they told me to try out the new Nike Air Zoom Pegasus and as soon as I did a test run, I instantly fell in love.
I was able to run with them that weekend right out of the box and didn’t need to adjust whatsoever. They’re light, comfortable, offer the extra support I need, but at the same time grab the ground more so than the Air Zoom Structures did.
When I ran with the Structures, they worked great and did what they needed to do and I loved that fact; but now when I run with the Pegasus, I feel like it conforms to my foot more so than the Structures did and it’s not as rigid either.
I would definitely recommend this shoe for the runner who needs the support, but wants a light, fast shoe.
-I only used these shoes for road running, no trails or mud or anything of the sort.
-I also don’t use these shoes for sprints or endurance runs. I only take them out on my 1 mile warm ups and anything below 5 miles. That is what this review is based on.