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Nike Women's Air Zoom Pegasus 37 - $116.25

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[The Bay] Nike Women's Air Zoom Pegasus 37 - $116.25

https://www.thebay.com/product/nike-wom ... 08586.html

Unusual to see a sale on a just released running shoe. $155 msrp still at Nike.ca and Sportchek
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EVERYDAY RESPONSIVE TRAINING.

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 forefoot cushioning unit and foam for maximum responsiveness. The result is a durable, lightweight trainer designed for everyday running.

Spring In Your Step

Nike React foam at the midsole is lightweight, springy and durable. More foam means better cushioning without the bulk. 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.

Evolved Fit

A midfoot band adapts to the size of your foot, keeping you comfortable and secure with every step.

Ready for Speed

A translucent upper has the look of speed and is made to help your foot while you run. Mesh details throughout promote ventilation.

More Benefits

The Pegasus 37 is specifically tuned for her, with a PSI that delivers just the right cushioning for your run.


Product Details

Synthetic leather and textile in upper
Weight: 235g approx. (Women's size 5.5)
Offset: 10mm (Forefoot: 14mm, heel: 24mm)
Not intended for use as Personal Protective Equipment
Colour Shown: Black/Valerian Blue/Spruce Aura/Ghost Green
Style: BQ9647-001
Country/Region of Origin: Vietnam,China
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Oct 1, 2017
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Thanks. Girlfriend has been wanting a pair since I got mine, ordered some.

BTW, the airbag in the women’s model is only 15PSI instead of 20 in the men’s, should anyone want a slightly softer ride and be able to find a comparable woman’s size. I wish I could, but I wear 12’s.
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Great shoe. Ugly Colorway
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When jogging. Anyone experience shin splints?

My girl wanna jog. The splints prevents her.

Anyone know of a shoe that will reduce this?

Thanks Clinking Beer Mugs
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Is the insole removable for custom orthotics?
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Great deal! Wish men’s were that price.
chilli604 wrote: When jogging. Anyone experience shin splints?

My girl wanna jog. The splints prevents her.

Anyone know of a shoe that will reduce this?

Thanks Clinking Beer Mugs
Re: shin splints- I’d recommend a shoe with a lower offset. The nike shoes i commonly wear tend to be higher 10-12 mm. Without going too much into run form, pickIng up the running cadence (steps/min) is also beneficial. I found these helped my shin splints (as recommended by my running physio). Hope this helps her. Shin splints suck.
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registrashen636397913301865306 wrote: Great deal! Wish men’s were that price.



Re: shin splints- I’d recommend a shoe with a lower offset. The nike shoes i commonly wear tend to be higher 10-12 mm. Without going too much into run form, pickIng up the running cadence (steps/min) is also beneficial. I found these helped my shin splints (as recommended by my running physio). Hope this helps her. Shin splints suck.
Thanks any advice is appreciated. I Google this drunk and they pointing me to "Hoka's"

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Nov 24, 2019
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I got the Pegasus 36 not too long ago for the same price, so this is definitely a pretty sweet deal. They're my first pair of higher end running shoes after running in Nike Frees and I really enjoy them.
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Narrow11 wrote: Just get two sizes higher in women's than what your foot size is. I've done that once to get the Pegasus 35.

Yeah, that may have worked in the past, but they tuned the zoom bag in the peg 37 for men and women - Bag PSI is higher for men. Given my history of running injuries, I don't mess around when it comes to footwear I use for running.
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chilli604 wrote: Thanks any advice is appreciated. I Google this drunk and they pointing me to "Hoka's"

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I get pretty severe shin splints from playing basketball. I try to be mindful about staying on my toes, rather than heel striking. Proper warmup helps and so do exercises that help balance the muscle imbalances between the gastrocnemius and tibialis anterior. Medical grade compression sleeves may help, too, but best to see a physio or sports med doctor.
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I don't like the upper material... Way too hard and causes a bit of extensor tendonitis. The air bag hurts when you hit longer distances like you're stepping on a pebble... Thats my experience for the mens ver... Maybe it just doesn't fit my running gait or like some say, the psi for women might give a lighter ride but I don't like them, they're catching dust at the moment.
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chilli604 wrote: When jogging. Anyone experience shin splints?

My girl wanna jog. The splints prevents her.

Anyone know of a shoe that will reduce this?

Thanks Clinking Beer Mugs
I always got wicked shin splints from skipping rope and jogging. I recently got Nike Zoom Fly 3s and they've been fantastic. I am up to 12km runs and barely any shin splints to bother me. (I run 3-4 times a week on concrete outdoors).

I've not found another shoe better so far, but I've got some Vaporfly 4% coming to try out and I can't wait.

I've been through Brooks and Mizuno and both were garbage for shin splints; could barely get 3kms before they hurt.
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Weartesters confirms they are "mad narrow" in both the men's and women's, noting that the 36 had 3 different fits - regular, wide, and extra wide. These do not.
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I just scooped a pair of these for my mom for $105 at the Bay using the honey addon.
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I’ve had several older models and no problems with custom orthotics. I’m guessing this model will be the same.
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I grabbed these at Sport chek for slightly cheaper and better colour IMO (blue/white or pure white)

$115.95 - 10% mailing list = $104.36 + tax - 2% Rakuten

https://www.sportchek.ca/product/nike-m ... 3099511_40

Ran 40k so far in these.
Very durable
Sufficient cushion
Good for easy runs and even tempo/interval runs
These are very versatile daily trainers.
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jonthizzle wrote: I just scooped a pair of these for my mom for $105 at the Bay using the honey addon.
does honey add-on really work? does it work with e-b-a-t-e-s? TIA

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