FOR RUNNING

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Mens Air Zoom Pegasus 38 Shield

€130.00
Colour: Black Code: 12621713
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Description

NIKE MENS AIR ZOOM PEGASUS 38 SHIELD

Made to keep you warm and dry in wet weather. Wet weather can’t stop your daily running habit when you lace up your workhorse with wings. Get out there no matter what with a warm upper that's finished with a weatherised coating. Nike set out to keep your feet dry in damp conditions, so they added details like a gusseted and insulated tongue. Tough traction creates a tire-inspired grip to help keep you moving on slick streets. Rain-Ready Traction The Storm-Tread outsole provides traction in wet weather. It features textures inspired by all-winter tires. Micro grooves grab the road, while multidirectional shapes help shed water for direct contact with the pavement. Wet-Weather Design The upper is coated with a PFC- free treatment to help keep you dry. A gusseted tongue adds another layer of defence against the elements. Warm Feet, Fast Miles Knit material in the upper is like a warm jacket for your feet. Skins around the toes are placed in areas where water can seep in, helping to keep you dry. The back of the tongue is also insulated, so the tops of your feet stay comfortable.

Style code: DC4073-003

THE FINER DETAILS

  • Made to keep you warm and dry
  • Gusseted tongue
  • Insulated tongue
  • Product Technology: Zoom - Encap
  • Upper: Knit
  • Outsole: Storm-Tread
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Rated 5 out of 5
Stylish, Comfortable and Weatherproof
Beautiful design and although I'm not a runner I have no doubt very fit for purpose
November 11, 2021
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4 weeks ago
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Rated 5 out of 5
Super comfy & really good for wet conditions
November 7, 2021
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