DiscontinuedUpdate: Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35 Shield
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WeightMen: 10ozWomen: 9oz
Heel to toe dropMen: 10mmWomen: 10mm
The height difference from the heel to the forefoot, also known as heel drop, toe spring, heel to toe spring or simply drop.
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Heel heightMen: 29mmWomen: 29mm
Forefoot heightMen: 19mmWomen: 19mm
WidthMen: Narrow, NormalWomen: Normal
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As far as a regular road shoe, for feel with the run in the winter and sometmes increment weather, these are perfect.
- The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 34 Shield is a road running shoe that is designed for those who have neutral foot motion. Its upper construction is made up of reflective elements that aim to provide visibility in low-light conditions.
- The water-repellent version of the Pegasus 34 has BRS 1000 carbon rubber outsole that heightens durability and traction.
- Featured in the forefoot and heel sections of the midsole are Zoom Air units. This technology's purpose is to deliver a more responsive cushioning.
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 34 Shield is a road running shoe that is intended for neutral runners. When it comes to the sizing, the product has a standard shoe length. It is best for runners who prefer to excel in any running and walking activities. The available widths are D-Medium for the men’s version and B-Medium for the women’s version.
Located in the forefoot area is the Duralon Blown rubber. This material's purpose is to provide multi-surface grip.
It uses the BRS 1000 Carbon rubber that aims to deliver excellent traction and increased durability.
This Nike shoe utilizes the Waffle outsole design that is centered on providing enough grip and cushioning. Along with the Waffle outsole design is the adjusted Waffle lugs. The technology's purpose is for added impact protection.
On the lateral side lies the Rubber Crash Rail. This material acts as a cushioning device, the goal of which is to promote enhanced flexibility and smooth transitions.
A full-length midsole foam called the Cushlon ST is used to deliver resilient and plush cushioning.
Zoom Air which is located in the forefoot and heel area is also utilized. It consists of pressurized air pockets that aim to provide a more responsive and cushioned landing.
An anatomically-shaped Fitsole sock liner is used in the upper area. This material aims to provide an additional layer of underfoot cushioning for added comfort.
The upper area covers the 360 Reflectivity. This technology makes the shoe highly-visible and stands out in low-light conditions.
H2O Repel Mesh is utilized with Durable Water Repellent or DWR. This material makes the shoe water-resistant and breathable.
Featured in the upper is the Flymesh technology. It uses a monofilament that aims to create a well-ventilated and lightweight structure.
Dynamic Fit utilizes the Flywire technology. The goal of this material is to provide unmatched fit and support while still maintaining the shoe's lightweight structure.
A Partial Mesh Bootie is used for more supportive coverage. It also allows the foot to experience a sock-like fit.
An Internal Heel Counter is used to secure the foot and keep it in place.