Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 FlyEase: Put on with ease 

The primary objective behind the Nike Pegasus 38 FlyEase's design is to make both running and locking the foot in place easy. This is especially helpful to runners with limited mobility and for runners who just want to tie their shoes up quickly. 

So how does it work? The FlyEase entry system makes use of a zipper and a velcro that cinches down the cords. So, gone is the need to tie any laces like that of other running shoes

A workhorse with wings: What is it for?

The signature of the Pegasus line from Nike is its versatility. It's literally one of the premier choices among runners who only want one shoe for everything. And that still holds true with the Pegasus 38 Flyease.

It's perfect for neutral runners and is the most suitable running shoe for the following:

Surfaces: Road, track, and light trails 

Pace: Slow to tempo 

Distance: Short to long distances up to a marathon

Activities: 

  • Daily runs
  • Speed training
  • Jogging
  • Walking 
  • Gym sessions (weight lifting and high-impact workouts) 

And because of its fashion-forward appearance, reviewers also say that it can double as a lifestyle shoe.  

Nike Pegasus 38 FlyEase vs. Pegasus 38 

If it weren't for the FlyEase system, both the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 FlyEase and the OG Pegasus 38 would be completely identical. They both have the same React and Zoom Air midsole and a similar rubber outsole. 

So, if you're a fan of the Pegasus 38 and want to experience the more convenient version of it, you might want to consider the Pegasus 38 FlyEase.  

Rankings

How Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 FlyEase ranks compared to all other shoes
Bottom 5% road running shoes
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Bottom 3% Nike running shoes
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Bottom 5% neutral running shoes
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Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.