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[Sporting Life] Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37 Running Shoes - Men's - $115.98 ($39.02 Off) Blue Only

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[Sporting Life] Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37 Running Shoes - Men's - $115.98 ($39.02 Off) Blue Only

Reinvigorate your stride with the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37. Delivering the same fit and feel that runners love, the shoe has an all-new Air Zoom cushioning unit in the forefoot for maximum responsiveness. The durable, lightweight design is optimized for everyday running.
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Jun 10, 2006
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Van City
Closer in looks to Zoom Fly 3. If you're not willing to wait for sales at the Nike outlet this is not a shabby deal.
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Feb 4, 2017
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Toronto
CDNRice wrote: is good shoe
Yes, Nike Pegasus are one of the best for running.
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Main & Hastings
I hope they come out with a "Turbo" version
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May 6, 2015
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Kitchener, ON
Kwik-E-Mart wrote: Closer in looks to Zoom Fly 3. If you're not willing to wait for sales at the Nike outlet this is not a shabby deal.
There are some decent deals at the Nike outlet. I grabbed a pair of Pegasus 36’s from the Nike outlet yesterday for $60 ($100 with 40% off).
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Jun 10, 2006
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Van City
I heard polarizing opinions on the 37s, why? (I've switched to the Zoom Fly/Pegasus Turbo combo thanks to the annual sales at the Nike outlet.)
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May 6, 2015
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Kitchener, ON
Strandednomad wrote: Which outlet? Love the 36 over the 37
Kitchener Nike outlet. The only colour at the $60 price is pink. They also had orange 36’s but they were $100 and no additional % off.
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Mar 16, 2006
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Vancouver
Strandednomad wrote: Which outlet? Love the 36 over the 37
I have been hunting for the 33 for a while. Wish I had bought 2 pairs.
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Main & Hastings
Ilovegold wrote: its been replaced by the zoom tempo
Ooh Thanks. I try not to stay up to date because I have enough runners for about 5 years. Dont need anymore Upside-down Face
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Jul 10, 2004
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Decent deal. Excellent running shoe. Very versatile, as the Pegasus always is. A little narrow though, as is usual with Pegasus shoes.
I have about 800km logged on my Pegasus 37s and they're still going strong. React foam lasts forever.
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Mar 3, 2014
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I have too many running shoes already....
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King City
How do these compare to the Kayanos? I'm a diehard Asics fan but recently, I've been curious about trying out some other shoes. Recently I picked up the Arahi 5 and Carbon X 2 but I can always use more shoes as I go through them pretty quickly.

I'm a casual runner so I don't need anything for racing. I do about 50km a week (down to 30-40km in the winters because it's cold outside and I can't stay outside too long). I overpronate a bit so I do prefer a bit more cushioning and stability. I also have wider feet and would usually go for a wide option if available. I've heard good things about the P37, would it be a good shoe to try?
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cursayer wrote: Thanks for sharing. Is there any way to redeem Triangle money online?? There's no stock for my size anywhere.
No. unfortunately not
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TheSheldor wrote: How do these compare to the Kayanos? I'm a diehard Asics fan but recently, I've been curious about trying out some other shoes. Recently I picked up the Arahi 5 and Carbon X 2 but I can always use more shoes as I go through them pretty quickly.

I'm a casual runner so I don't need anything for racing. I do about 50km a week (down to 30-40km in the winters because it's cold outside and I can't stay outside too long). I overpronate a bit so I do prefer a bit more cushioning and stability. I also have wider feet and would usually go for a wide option if available. I've heard good things about the P37, would it be a good shoe to try?
Peg 37's are neutral so I would stick with stability with cushioning. But not sure how much you overpronate though. The problem with the 36's for me is heel slippage. I am now running in Kayano 26 and NB 1080v10's. Prefer the NB's.

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