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Mens Nike Air Pegasus+ 26 Running Shoe

Men's Nike Air Pegasus+ 26

Item #NIK1280
MSRP:$84.99

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Men's NIKE® AIR PEGASUS+ 26 :: Known for great cushioning at a great value, the latest men's Nike® Pegasus+ 26 serves up fewer overlays and 2-way stretch mesh for amazing fit. Wider platform stabilizes ride. And a new, more flexible outsole mirrors your natural foot motion. 12.0 ounces

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Features & Benefits:

  • Revised u through design: Accommodates wider feet
  • Full-length Airsole unit, embedded in a soft PU: Extra longevity and comfort
  • BRS 1000 heel outsole: Provides a good level of durability and traction with a marking outsole
  • Decoupled crash pad: For a smooth ride
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A Great Shoe at a Great Price!

5

After entering to run my first half marathon, I needed a good shoe that would fit my narrow sized (8) foot. I was concerned that I would have to spend [$] or more since typical shoes for men are medium or wide unless you spend [$]. After buying this shoe and training for several weeks it has always fit like a glove and has offered great support while being breathable and comfortable at all times. I love this shoe! When I found out that Nike was planning on updating it with the Pegasus 27 I decided to buy another pair even though my current pair has not worn out yet. For a man who has trouble finding great shoes that fit for a good price (around[$]), the Nike Pegasus 26+ is a breath of fresh air!

Seattlemocha

Seattle

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Tough

5

I've had five or six pair of the current model of Air Pegasus trail runner. I made the mistake of going up a half size on one pair because they had a sick sale on them. It was my fault. Don't go up in size, stick with your normal Nike size. I still wore them with a thick pair of socks. Turned out to be a bonus: they were great winter shoes when we had a ton of snow. I run 95% on trails and have transitioned to pure trail shoes. These are great in the wet and mud.

Savoy 6

Lexington, VA

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Just right

5

For the last 2 years all my runs have been with a German Shepherd a friend gave me. The running constantly takes me on and off the road. The Pegasus is good for this as my feet don't roll in the shoe as the terrain changes. So they are good on and off the road. Plus they are durable enough to take the everyday beating these runs dish out without giving me any shoe-related injury.

John

Ellenwood, GA

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Great shoe - I'm on my 4th pair

4

I've had 4 pairs of Pegasus 26's. They tend to last me about 350 to 400 miles. I'm pretty hard on shoes and they hold up - I run a mix of road, trails and then hybrid runs where pavement and trail are equal. I have a narrow foot and medium arch and these shoes seem to wear well on my feet. Definitely recommend them - I'm loyal with shoes and will be until I run in a pair I like better.

HR

Philadelphia

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Nike Pegasus Trail shoes

4

I use these shoes for multiple purposes. They are a great workout shoe for both cardio (running, walking, aerobic training) and weight training (P90X!!). They are also wonderful shoes for my job as a custodian at a school/Church. I used to get lots of heel pain from other shoes. I have not had any with the combination of the Nike Pegasus and a diabetic orthotic.

Steve the workout guy/custodian

South St. Paul, MN

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Great shoe

5

I bought these shoes while training for the Columbus half-marathon. They felt great straight out of the box - I was worried about blisters and breaking them in but from my first run (10 miles) on they have been fantastic. I have loved the fit and feel of these shoes and highly recommend them to any runner. They are lightweight, breathable and have great traction.

John

Columbus, OH

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Air Pegasus+26 Rule

4

Male, 5-11, 182lbs, avg 30 miles/week. Air Pegasus have been kind to me over the years. Wandered away to Saucony a couple times but they always were inferior and caused ankle, knee or shin problems. Always went back to Air Peg's and all problems stop. Tried Air Peg +27's, not better guys...sorry. I have recently purchased 3x pairs of +26's.

md_runner

Portland, OR

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Tradition

5

I have run in an Air Pegasus shoe for ten years. In 1978, my first pair of running shoes were Nike LDVs. I strayed to the competition for a couple of decades; but I have been with AP for a long time. They are everything I need and want. I have several dead pairs that I threw in the washing machine and wear to the weight room. They last long beyond their running utility. I love Air Pegasus, my wife and son also run in them.

Savoy ^

Lexington, VA

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still buying this one every year

4

Run on trails and roads, about 35 miles per week. Reasonably good biomechanics, mostly neutral, few injuries. Shoe feels good on most surfaces. Breaths pretty well and somewhat cushiony but not too much. Older versions seemed to last longer; can get about 250-300 miles before retiring for walking or gardening shoes. Some year's versions seem better than others, but this is still the shoe for me.

Ed

bay area, ca

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runs true to size...and a little stiff

3

This is the first Pegasus in several generations that runs true to size. I bought 1/2 size up and they were too big. Trail runners need to be a bit stiff, but I found these a bit too stiff (stiffer than previous generations). The insert had a ridge on the back left heel cup that irritated my heel (probably an anomaly). Still love the Pegasus product (just exchanged for + 27 Trail Runners).

Mid Distance Chris

Athens, OH

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A soft ride, but a shorter one

3

A comfortable running show so far, but it's clear to me after 3 weeks that it is not a long-last running shoe. This is my first pair of Nike after wearing New Balance for the past 2 years. The Nike is just as comfortable, but I would like to see the quality improve; we get what we pay for.

Matt in Memphis

Memphis, TN

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I just recently got the ...

5

I just recently got the trail pegasus and am extremely happy with them. It is a great shoe and handles terrain very well. You can go to the store or battle rough terrain with them.v I have tried every shoe on the market and finally there is a trail shoe that fit comfortably and functions well. Get them you wont regret it. P.s. Tony tie your shoes tighter

tylerdurden

Undisclosed

Deliver me by airmail

4

Its a good combo walker/runner shoe. You can trek thru mud easily. Its built for steady pace. Its a journeyman type shoe. Lightweight and durable. Not hard scraping mud off it. Not exotic or exciting.

Alboy Pacer

New York

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Watch the size

4

I really liked the shoes except for the blister on my right big toe. I have never had a blister there before. I got a 1/2 size bigger as directed and I would have traded for a 1/2 sized smaller, but they didn't stock the shoes in that size. The left shoe was nice. I have always liked the pegasus.

Steve

O'fallon, IL

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A solid Running Shoe

5

I am a heavy midfoot runner with nearly neutral footstrike. The shoe did a perfect job on short, middle and long distances. It is a solid running shoe like the old pegasus was. Be aware, the new Peg 27 has no full cushion from heel to forefoot!!!. Time to stock ;)

jadawin

Uehlingen-Birkendorf

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On the track!

5

I bought a pair of these trail shoes for my 15 y/o son. They are for his summer trail running. He wore them at the end of track season, before his conference meet and loved them. He wore them on the track for speed work outs and raced an 11:06 3200m!

Savoy 6

Lexinton, VA

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Love this shoe!

5

I've only put a couple hundred miles on these, so I can't speak to durability. But these just seem perfect to me. Nagging problem with tendinitis and leg cramps are ancient history. I've bought one backup pair, and may buy more!

CDJ

Cedar Rapids, IA

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I loved it so much a bought 2 more

5

I really like this shoe. I have run in sand, wet grass, and dirt/rock trails and have had no problems with traction it doesn't matter if I am running all out or just jogging.

Mike the Mad Runner

Santa Maria, CA

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Support, Aggressive Tread, Long Life

4

I usually run on rough terrain and I like a shoe that provides good support, has an aggressive tread, and works well in inclimate weather. This shoes is a great for running.

J-Mo

Big Bear City, CA

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Been wearing the Peg ...

1

Been wearing the Peg since its inception about 25 years ago. There have been mostly good peg yearly additions but there have been some bad years too. The last two yearly revisions-25/26- have given me too many problems. We're all somewhat sore after a run, but with the 26/26; I feel like I'm beaten up after every run. Ankles, knees, and hips hurt like heck. And lately, my feet are hurting too. I switched to Brooks and have had no similar complaints. I won't buy Nike anymore, their quality just isn't what it used to be. I have several podiatrist friends in a local running club and asked them about whether they'd recommend Nike shoes. 100% said absolutely not and recommended Asics, Brooks, and New Balance.

Bud

Undisclosed

Good Gets Better

4

Use the Pegasus as a staple of my road running. Wears well, but because it is lightweight it can wear out more quickly. Overall, very satisfactory performance.

Chris Wm

Charlotte, NC

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Well his new Pegasus is ...

4

Well his new Pegasus is an interesting shoe. I have run in the past with the Asics Nimbus 10 and the Nike Vomero 3. Basically this is Vomero minus a few bells and whistles and a more snug fitting upper. The upper is actually a better fit for me as the Vomero was always a tad wide in the forefoot. The kicker here is the price difference of $45! It's strange how this shoe has received Luke warm reviews while the Vomero's always get the five stars. Let me state the facts again, this has the same exact sole as the Vomero and the same ride. The upper also has a similar feel with the exception of a slightly more snug fit and the shoes weights are so similar it's a non issue. Great value!

Daniel

Undisclosed

I don't really know what ...

5

I don't really know what people are talking about. This shoe is great. I usually run in New Balance. Currently run in the 1063s and in the 758s. Those are very good shoes. This shoe is very much up to par. 1063 heel to toe is the more superior than these, the cushioning in the heel is plusher in these more than the 758s, but the materials seem to be better in the NBs. These Nikes seem to have cheaper materials but it really does not take away from the performance. It seems to be well built. This really is a very plush no bells and whistles neutral running shoes. Do have to complain about the short laces. Forget about trying to use any different lacing or knotting patterns.

MikeNM

Undisclosed

Snow, Rain, Slush, cold ...

5

Snow, Rain, Slush, cold wind is no match to this shoe!!! I live in Ohio and my feet were never cold or wet! The cushioning was awesome as well a great ride from start to finsh

Larry

Undisclosed

Great Shoes

5

Bought these for my husband because someone stole his Pegasus 25 with the red so, i bought these he's happy again they are light and comfortable.

Tom

Glencoe Alabama

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Excellent shoe so far.

4

Have been trail running in these shoes for several weeks, they fit well, have good cushioning, good traction, and seem to be holding up well so far.

JRM9964

Newtown, CT

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30+ pairs and still buying

5

I've been running in the Pegasus since 2004 and it is a regular in my closet. A great all around shoe for just about anyone.

JP

Tahlequah, OK

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I am 65 years young and ...

1

I am 65 years young and been running since the 1950s. Not as fast though. The Pegasus have been my shoe of choice since 1988. Some years since 1988 were good, some bad for these shoes. the 2009 edition leaves a lot to be desired. The cushioning is fantastic, but as other reviewers have stated; the heel toe cycle is very bad and the durability is poor. I have about 100 miles on mine and the soles are wearing quickly. One reviewer said he had 750 miles on his-great. That's the average wearout I had with Nike's shoes in the 1990s but today I feel good with 200 miles max.

Anonymous

Undisclosed

Best shoe for price

4

Looking for a good shoe at a reasonable price? This is it although all shoes are over-priced nowadays.

joe swift

Atlanta

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Perfect Training Shoes!

5

Love these shoes, very neutral and cushioning, allows the foot to strike naturally without too much extra stability.

Gray

Knoxville, TN

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Wed, January 27,2010:
After losing 80 pounds last year, I was able to 'step down' from the Vomero. Glad I made the switch. Great ride.
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Tue, January 19,2010:
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6.    Bud rated this product 1 star
Tue, January 19,2010:
Been wearing the Peg since its inception about 25 years ago. There have been mostly good peg yearly additions but there have been some bad years too. The last two yearly revisions-25/26- have given me too many problems. We're all somewhat sore after a run, but with the 26/26; I feel like I'm beaten up after every run. Ankles, knees, and hips hurt like heck. And lately, my feet are hurting too. I switched to Brooks and have had no similar complaints. I won't buy Nike anymore, their quality just isn't what it used to be. I have several podiatrist friends in a local running club and asked them about whether they'd recommend Nike shoes. 100% said absolutely not and recommended Asics, Brooks, and New Balance.
7.    David rated this product 5 stars
Tue, January 19,2010:
I ordered in a B width. I was pleased with this option. I have used them for 2 weeks. It is a great shoe for value, fit and performance. If you are a high mileage runner consider another model or plan for early replacement of AIR PEGASUS so you are always running on a fresh pair.
8.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Tue, January 19,2010:
Ive had the 25 & 26 2e and I love these shoes. I cant wait till the 27 comes out. They are perfect for my feet.
9.    peg is dead rated this product 1 star
Sat, January 16,2010:
time to put this line to rest nike. its best years are long gone.
10.    p-dog rated this product 5 stars
Sun, December 27,2009:
Been running about 15 years and do not like spending over $70 for a pair of running shoes. These shoes have been excellent, a quality product for a low price.
11.    L BOOGIE rated this product 1 star
Thu, December 03,2009:
Didnt work for me. I have ran about 20 times on the treadmill, track, and road with these and they killed my calfs. I just bought the nimbus 11 and they fit like a glove.
12.    run_animal rated this product 4 stars
Fri, November 27,2009:
One of the best shoes with good cushioning and the price is always a lot less than similar shoes in other brands. I use it for my regular runs and have put on 500+ on my last pair. I wish though Nike could reduce the weight down to 10oz or so.
13.    Flash rated this product 5 stars
Sat, October 24,2009:
No complaints about my pair of Peg 26s after running in each model since 1989. One suggestion for each of you: don't expect too many miles out of each pair-- trade in at 500 max. I'm nearly there with no injuries and just bought a new pair.
14.    jdolan rated this product 2 stars
Sun, October 18,2009:
Tried them. Cushy, but too stiff. If you land heel first, the transition isn't too bad, but if you're a midfoot striker, (like I am), it's too much work to get from the midfoot onto the balls of your feet. Currently, the Vomero is the only good cushioned shoe that Nike makes.
15.    meh marathon runner rated this product 3 stars
Wed, October 07,2009:
First pair I purchased at the outlet in San Diego. No problems great shoe. Second pair I purchased on line. Problem with the heal cup and blisters. Still ran with the shoes enduring the pain and bandages. After 100 miles the heal cup was broken in and the shoes were no problem. Running with them in my next marathon and ultramarathon this month.
16.    Artemus Gordon rated this product 4 stars
Sun, October 04,2009:
Great shoe love it!
17.    al rated this product 1 star
Sat, October 03,2009:
Another nike wedge-high-heel shoe.Dosnt allow proper running gait.Your shoes are nice for standing-walking,but these are supposed to be for running-jogging.Look at your racing flats and build up from those.Proper shoes dont need air,shocks,ect.Go back to the basics.Read born to run,chapter 25.
18.    Byron rated this product 1 star
Fri, September 18,2009:
Just returned from a $150 visit to my podiatrist for ankle and knee pain after 100 miles in these shoes. He's a marathoner. He politely told me to stay away from Nike shoes altogether. They're for show, not running. I'll go back to New Balances.
19.    MikeNM rated this product 5 stars
Wed, September 16,2009:
I don't really know what people are talking about. This shoe is great. I usually run in New Balance. Currently run in the 1063s and in the 758s. Those are very good shoes. This shoe is very much up to par. 1063 heel to toe is the more superior than these, the cushioning in the heel is plusher in these more than the 758s, but the materials seem to be better in the NBs. These Nikes seem to have cheaper materials but it really does not take away from the performance. It seems to be well built. This really is a very plush no bells and whistles neutral running shoes. Do have to complain about the short laces. Forget about trying to use any different lacing or knotting patterns.
20.    EMN rated this product 4 stars
Sun, September 13,2009:
Nice smooth riding shoe.
21.    big d rated this product 2 stars
Sat, September 12,2009:
thanks for the reviews no way in iam buying these. Seems like nike is making a bunch of crap lately. They def messed up the skylons.
22.    Quinn rated this product 1 star
Tue, September 08,2009:
I bought a pair since I have not worn the Pegasus since the mid 1990s. I usually wear Brooks Glycerins. Well, was I disappointed. I have 125 miles on these and they're worn out on the soles. I have had knee and hip pain like other people say. I won't be buying Nike in the future. And Nike used to have the best quality running shoes.
23.    Matthew in Matthew NC rated this product 4 stars
Sun, September 06,2009:
I am really enjoying this underrated shoe. I rotate it with the Vomero 3. Nice stable,cushioned ride. I recommend replacing the insole with a more flexible one.
24.    Sherwood rated this product 1 star
Tue, September 01,2009:
Really disappointed. Terrible overall ride. Good cushioning but these aren't the Pegasus' of past years. I'll return to New Balances.
25.    Daniel rated this product 4 stars
Sun, August 30,2009:
Well his new Pegasus is an interesting shoe. I have run in the past with the Asics Nimbus 10 and the Nike Vomero 3. Basically this is Vomero minus a few bells and whistles and a more snug fitting upper. The upper is actually a better fit for me as the Vomero was always a tad wide in the forefoot. The kicker here is the price difference of $45! It's strange how this shoe has received Luke warm reviews while the Vomero's always get the five stars. Let me state the facts again, this has the same exact sole as the Vomero and the same ride. The upper also has a similar feel with the exception of a slightly more snug fit and the shoes weights are so similar it's a non issue. Great value!
26.    Grant rated this product 1 star
Thu, August 27,2009:
I'm a 23 year old marathoner. I tried these shoes based upon RRS advice. They are totally wrong for me. If they work for you, great!
27.    Lance rated this product 1 star
Mon, August 24,2009:
I am terribly disappointed in Nike. This shoe is not for serious running. I had too much leg, ankle, hip and knee discomfort after running about 75 miles in these horrible shoes. Mates, don't purchase these.
28.    Evan rated this product 4 stars
Sun, August 23,2009:
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29.    bud rated this product 1 star
Sat, August 22,2009:
I have used Pegs for many years. On my third run in these, I developed sciatica in the right leg-something I've never had before. There is a design flaw in the right shoe causing it. I'll switch back to the PEG+25 where I had no problems.
30.    Dave rated this product 4 stars
Fri, August 21,2009:
No problems with mine. I rotate the Pegasus with the ASICS Nimbus 11. Haven't had them long enough to speak to their durability, but I really like the fit and forefoot cushioning.
31.    Matt rated this product 4 stars
Fri, August 21,2009:
Great shoe.
32.    peggy rated this product 1 star
Mon, August 17,2009:
get it together with this shoe nike or please discontinue it.
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Sun, August 16,2009:
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34.    Anonymous rated this product 3 stars
Sun, August 16,2009:
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35.    Byron rated this product 1 star
Fri, August 14,2009:
I was really skeptical when reading the negative reviews. I've worn these Pegasus models for over 20 years. Guess what? The reviews were accurate. I've never rated shoes before. I called Nike to express my disappointment and was dismissed by a rep who said I was the only complainer. Don't buy this model.
36.    barry rated this product 1 star
Wed, August 12,2009:
Really disappointed. Knees/ankles hurt like heck after 5 10 milers in these. Will go back to New Balance.
37.    Craig rated this product 1 star
Tue, August 11,2009:
I have 125 miles on these. OK at best, terrible at worst. Soles are wearing quickly, cushioning is fair. Does Nike really want to make running shoes anymore? They used to make exceptional running shoes.
38.    joe rated this product 5 stars
Thu, August 06,2009:
Great shoe! I ran 8 miles right out of the box!!!
39.    Pegasus still going strong! rated this product 4 stars
Sat, August 01,2009:
I was running the Vomero 3, but then "downgraded" to these because they have a better fit, still ample cushioning. I am a triathlete and I love them!!
40.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
Thu, July 30,2009:
what happened to great pegs?as fred sanford would say,now theres junk and there junk junk!this is junk junk!
41.    Justin rated this product 1 star
Wed, July 29,2009:
I was going to rate these a 3. But, hey, I paid $76 and am wearing them out at about 140 miles. I don't make a whole lot of money and can't afford the price. Maybe I need to just stop running. Not!!
42.    Stephen rated this product 4 stars
Tue, July 28,2009:
These are my second pair of Pegasus, I have been pretty happy so far. I have put a little over 100 miles so far on them and have not had any wear problems. My feet feel good and I have been injury free. I would recomend them, especially at the low price.
43.    Blair rated this product 1 star
Mon, July 27,2009:
My update to my June post. Wore soles out after 130 miles. Poor heel toe transition. Switching to Brooks. Don't think I got my money's worth at $76 for 130 miles.
44.    Roger rated this product 1 star
Wed, July 22,2009:
First several runs were great. Good feel, cushioning, overall comfort. BUT then the shoes started breaking down, less cushion, bad toe to heel cycle and after about 50 miles the outer soles began wearing away. For $76 this quick wearout is unacceptable quality.
45.    PEG IS DEAD rated this product 1 star
Sun, July 19,2009:
RIP PEGASUS
46.    Rich rated this product 5 stars
Sun, July 19,2009:
I bought these 2 weeks ago and they are awesome, i have just got rid of my asics and wanted to try something new so i got these and i love em!
47.    steve rated this product 1 star
Sat, July 18,2009:
i am very disappointed in anything nike--we live right by a nike outlet and i've tried several Pegasus', various Air Maxs, none of them last. i wont wear nike.
48.    Richard rated this product 1 star
Sat, July 11,2009:
Thought I would try these again after using ASICs for 5 years. Really BIG disappointment. Will go back to ASICS ASAP. NIKE get better or get lost permanently.
49.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
Fri, July 10,2009:
I am 65 years young and been running since the 1950s. Not as fast though. The Pegasus have been my shoe of choice since 1988. Some years since 1988 were good, some bad for these shoes. the 2009 edition leaves a lot to be desired. The cushioning is fantastic, but as other reviewers have stated; the heel toe cycle is very bad and the durability is poor. I have about 100 miles on mine and the soles are wearing quickly. One reviewer said he had 750 miles on his-great. That's the average wearout I had with Nike's shoes in the 1990s but today I feel good with 200 miles max.
50.    anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Fri, July 10,2009:
I'm training for a D1 college and am using the Pegasus this summer to log 750+ mileage. These shoes are comfortable and have good support to keep me injury free (so far). I'm not sure why everybody else is complaining but I'm pretty sure I am logging the most miles out of anybody on this review and they are all whining like a bunch of babies. This is a good shoe.
51.    Quincy rated this product 1 star
Wed, July 08,2009:
Nike, I give up. Your shoes used to be the greatest. These are pretty bad-my knees hurt and my Achilles and calf muscles are begging for help after ONLY 4 runs of 5 miles each in these shoes or whatever they are supposed to be. If you can't do any better, Nike, stop making these poor excuses for running shoes, period!!!
52.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
Wed, July 08,2009:
After my first review I need to change it. After 3 runs of 3-4 miles my forefoot was basically bruised. Nothing like the 2007 pegs - almost too soft. Not enough forefoot cushioning and the toe box is too big. Really frustrating being a peg wearer since 2000 and even back in the 80's. Maybe 2010.
53.    John rated this product 1 star
Wed, July 08,2009:
I've used Pegasus since the early 1990s. This edition is not very good. I thought I was running on boards with flat feet. Do better Nike!!
54.    Rocky rated this product 5 stars
Sat, July 04,2009:
These shoes fit my foot far better that the +25 Pegasus and I think they have better cushioning as well. The shoes I received were fine quality wise. I've run in these shoes at least 6 or 7 times so far and have had no problems with them.
55.    George rated this product 1 star
Thu, July 02,2009:
Not the quality I have received from Nike for the past 25 years. I found these shoes lacking-in quality, cushion, and I'll be picky, even the laces were too short. I don't want to switch brands but this baloney has to stop or any other brand, here I come with my hard earned money!!!
56.    ray rated this product 5 stars
Thu, June 25,2009:
This shoe is much better than +25. If you liked the 2007 pegs, you should be OK with this shoe. I could not wear the +25. Not enough cushion in the forefoot and the fit was not good. +26 has more cushioning, transition and a better all around fit. They do seem a little baggier in the forefoot but the lacing allows you to tighten. It is heavier than the +25 but lighter than 2007 pegs. Durability should be fine as with most pegs.
57.    Marv rated this product 1 star
Wed, June 24,2009:
Aargh! What has happened to Nike? This is an Air Pegasus fan speaking--beginning with the first(and best) edition. The "wide" shoes I ordered are wa a a a y too narrow. They have walked (limped) a few laps on the track, and are being returned SAP
58.    Blair rated this product 1 star
Sun, June 21,2009:
Ran a 5 miler on the beach with these shoes each day for a week. The cushioning is great. The heel to toe transition cycle is really bad. It's like your feet are slapping the sand with each stride. I thought a week of running in them would correct the problem but it didn't. Plan to use them and will update in a few weeks but first reaction to them is very negative.
59.    christopher rated this product 1 star
Sat, June 20,2009:
I ordered a pair of these new shoes. They arrived in a partially crushed box. The shoes have defects--similar to the ones mentioned by reviewers Elliott and Bud. I sent my pair back for a refund. I do not comprehend what Nike is trying to do with poor manufacturing quality. I have had good running years with Pegasus and would like to continue. As for now' I will order pairs of the 2008 edition.
60.    Steve rated this product 1 star
Fri, June 19,2009:
I too just received a pair from RRS. My shoes had the same flaws as those mentioned by reviewer 2. I sent them back. Nike, wake up or your customer base moves to another company asap.
61.    Elliott rated this product 2 stars
Fri, June 19,2009:
After running in Pegasus for over ten years at 2 pr/yr, I finally had to quit and find another shoe. The quality of manufacturing is atrocious and the replacement pair sent to me by Nike was an obvious factory second. I'm off to Mizunoland. Thanks for 15 great pairs of shoes, Peg...and five rotten ones.
62.    Bud rated this product 1 star
Sat, June 06,2009:
These shoes would get a zero if I could. Just received them from RRS. The right shoe has a visible defect in 2 areas. One the shoe sits about 1/2 inch higher than the left. That'll create a leg length problem quickly. Two, the right heel counter is set at an angle that mismatches with the left shoe heel counter. These are visible manufacturing defects. Where was Nike's quality control. I know their respose will be I just got a bad pair os shoes. Right!!!! This pair goes back to RRS asap.
63.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Tue, May 26,2009:
Only a few runs in them but they have the best fit of any of the pegs i've had thus far.
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