Who should buy the Nike P-6000

Inspired by the Nike Pegasus 25, the P-6000 wears its iconic “majestic winged horse” status on its sleeve. You're part of its target crowd if:

  • Your closet is mainly filled with joggers, leggings, and athletic shorts.
  • Sneakers that perform and look the part of sporty footwear are what you need.
  • You want something that can make your jaws drop both inside and out.

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Who should not buy it

If you want something with a dedicated heel loop, opt for the Nike Air Max 97. Also, you're better off wearing the more durable Nike Air Max 90 if you're desperate for a super-tough pair.

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Nike P-9000: Truly dashing

Reviewers in droves are pleased with the style of the Nike P-6000.

Nike P-6000 style

Pampering to the nines

High comfort is among its most revered aspects, as per a considerable number of reviews.

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The questionable longevity of the P-9000

There are reviewers who say that the P-6000's durability is not as impressive as other Nike kicks.

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An athletic fashionable shoe

The Nike P-6000 is quite remarkable for light runs and gym workouts, according to verified purchasers.

Feel the ground in the Nike P-9000

The P-6000 from Nike is mighty responsive underfoot, especially around the forefoot.

Nike P-6000 feel

Great for nomadic travels

Verified buyers say that this sneaker delays underfoot fatigue for hours.

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A super-ventilated piece

Its high breathability, which gives the foot an airy ride, is one of the shoe's many aces.

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Not for pull-loop believers

The shoe lacking a pull loop at the heel might make slipping into it tricky to some.

Nike P-6000 loop

The Nike P-6000 in history

Aiming to further make its impact in the running culture, the Swoosh brand released the Nike Air Pegasus in 1983. With its affordable price range and impressive support features, the shoe made a buzz among runners and casuals. It exhibited a molded sockliner and the BRS 1000 rubber outsole. It was based on the Greek mythical stallion Pegasus, which symbolizes swiftness and elegance.

Numerous follow-up models were released after the 1983 classic. These included the Nike Air Pegasus 89, 92, and 2006. While it was designed and built to be a performance shoe, the shoe was considered for lifestyle use because of its rather common design.

Celebrating its decades of bringing the best in runners, Nike released a street version of the Nike Air Pegasus. Introduced in 2019, the Nike P-6000 features vintage running aesthetics combined with modern comfort and street-centric supportiveness.

Nike P-6000 history

Facts / Specs

Style: Sporty
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Nike Air Pegasus
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Mesh, Rubber Sole, EVA, Neoprene / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.