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Nike Men’s Air Zoom Pegasus 33

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Legendary performance and premium technology combine to create Nike's cushioning classics: the Zoom Pegasus 33 women's running shoes..

Customer Reviews

My last 3 pairs of runners have been Pegasus 30’s which I love because they have a wide and soft toe box …

7 people found this helpful
 on November 6, 2017
By Swissman564
Here’s my story. I am 62 years old and I have been running for 22 years. Thus, I have the typical issues with foot pain but will NOT stop running so I am very picky about my shoes. My last 3 pairs of runners have been Pegasus 30’s which I love because they have a wide and soft toe box that does not cause me foot pain like most every other type of running shoe I have ever had. After exhausting every online avenue and no longer being able to find another pair of size 10.5 30’s I took a chance on these 33’s. I have been running in them for about two weeks now and tonight I shaved a minute off my recent 5K times.

Comfiest tennis shoes I have ever had… now own 5 pairs! ;o)

5 people found this helpful
 on November 3, 2017
By Smithmeister
These are the comfiest running shoes I have ever worn, so much so I have 5 different pairs in 5 different colors. The cushioning they offer is so comfortable without being overly soft, the shoe is light and offers good support around the foot. These are perfect for long walks, runs or days being on your feet. These stood the test of time while on a 2 week trip to Disney World Florida. We covered 100+ miles during that time and these were comfortable and did not create any sores or blisters. I have expensive fly knits, air max, shox etc… and they are all comfortable for short – moderate periods, but these are much much better and i would wear these every time hands down. Excellent option

Overall amazing shoes! My rundown of the GOODs and the BADs

2 people found this helpful
 on April 16, 2018
By Seth
Marathon runner here (40-50 mi/week), great training shoe, liked it so much i bought two!! The GOOD: 1. Looks sexy 2. Has this interesting little notch in the treading right under your forefoot that is really satisfying to run on lol 3. Wears down really slowly for me. Overall this has been the best training shoe I’ve ever had. 4. Has a higher arch so it’s great for high arch feet like mine, less prone to injury I’m told. 5. Really comfortable, once I retire this shoe I’ll probably use it as a casual gym/walk around shoe. 6. Great cushion for a neutral shoe. I’ve never felt like my feet were striking the ground too hard. 7. Amazing break in. The shoes I’ve tried (Brooks adrenaline and Asics GT 2000) can be uncomfortable and a little painful the first 15 miles before your foot breaks the shoe in. With these there was no pain at all — I’d be comfortable getting these straight out of the box and running a 16 miler. 8. Cheaper than my other two training shoes ($80 versus $120) The BAD 1. It’s a super common shoe so literally everyone has these 2. Not really a big deal but sometimes when tightening the laces they can be a bit uneven with the outside flys. 3.

I like these shoes overall

5 people found this helpful
 on April 14, 2017
By M&M
I like these shoes overall. They are very airy, this is i can feel the air go through them but not excessively, as avertised. I bought these for a planter fibromatosis issue i have which so far has been good. They need better inserts though which i had that give me better support for higher arches. I think i needed an E width though as the lace area between the two side is a little large.

Very Light and Comfortable

One person found this helpful
 on September 6, 2017
By John King
These shoes are really light! I like that. They’re about halfway between wearing a shoe and barefoot. Also, they’re pretty comfortable when laced up tight. The only reason I didn’t give them five stars is that they were reviewed as having excellent arch support. The arch support is fair, but nothing to get excited about. I would love it if the shoes turn out to be very durable. If they last a couple of years, that would be great, but it’s too early to tell. The price was OK, so if they last longer than expected, I’d say they’re an excellent deal. As it is, I’d rate them a ‘Very Good’ deal.

Support seems good and so far they have held up well after …

2 people found this helpful
 on October 14, 2017
By J. Moll
My son loves these. They fit his longer, narrower feet well and have enough room in the forefoot to accomadate his longer second toe. Support seems good and so far they have held up well after months of wear with no issues. He’s gonna want another pair of these.

Great gym shoe, too

 on November 23, 2018
By Andrew H.
I teach group fitness classes at the gym, and this shoe is perfect for going from a run to in the gym. It also happens to be my go-to tennis shoe for everyday life around town, since it’s so comfortable. I like it so much I bought a second pair in red. When you find a shoe you like, you buy more than one pair — I really like this one!
 

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