Nike’s Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Now Features Laceless FlyEase Tech

Aug 28, 2019

Category: Gear

From athletes who run daily to stay lean to marathon maniacs who train to collect medals, the Nike Pegasus has been faithfully serving runners since the ‘80s. The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 FlyEase Shoes is the latest addition to the lineup, and now they’re easier to slip on thanks to c convenient zip closure.

The FlyEase technology allows for no-tie lacing thanks to a toggle adjustment that lets you cinch down to your personalized fit. This added technology lets you slip on these running shoes easily during your lunch break or after work, so you can get some miles in. And on your run you’ll enjoy the full-length Zoom Air responsive cushioning units, providing you with a spring in your stride and unrivaled support. Not to mention, these signature running shoes feature waffle pistons o the outsole for impact-absorption and excellent multi-surface traction. For an effortless on-and-off action, grab the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 FlyEase Shoes today for $120.

Purchase: $120

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