Nike Air Pegasus AT

Feb 6, 2018

Category: Style

The Nike Air Pegasus started its life as an affordable training shoe for runners of every sort. Whether you were built for the track, relegated your cardio to the treadmill in the gym, or were dedicated to running trails – the shoe was perfect for the task. Now, more than 30 years later, the sneaker has returned with a retro look and a series of contemporary features that make it perfect for the winter.

Rather than going back to the old-school waffle sole Nike outfitted this sneaker with a high-traction blade-like outsole connected to a lightweight foam and Ramp Airbag technology for total comfort. The shoe also switched out the old school laces for an easy on and off toggle system that can tighten in one cinch. To top it off, the sneaker has a reflective detailing along the back pull-tab to help keep you seen even when it is dark out.

Purchase: $120

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