Air Zoom Pegasus 92
Gold Air Pegasus branding on the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92.
Courtesy of Nike
Nike’s Pegasus franchise may not be as celebrated as others in its iconic running catalog, but it’s still a standout line from the brand. One of the more profound shoes in Nike’s longest-running sneaker franchise — which began in 1983 — will once again hit stores this weekend.
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92 arrives Friday in two colorways, and both will retail for 0. The shoes will be available via nike.com and at select Nike Sportswear retail partners.
The red, white, blue and gold Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92. Courtesy of Nike
The outsole of the red, white, blue and gold Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92. Courtesy of Nike
With the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio quickly approaching, the Beaverton, Ore.-based athletic brand has prepared two color updates inspired by the event. One silhouette boasts a red, white and blue color scheme with gold featured on an overlay near the heel and on its midsole. The other employs an aerial print of Rio’s lights at night on a mostly white upper, with blue highlights on the upper and tongue and black on the upper and outsole.
The Rio inspired Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92. Courtesy of Nike
The Zoom Air unit on the Rio inspired Nike Air Zoom Pegasus ’92. Courtesy of Nike
The latest iteration, however, features a new technology element foreign to the original: a Nike Zoom Air cushioning unit.
Nike’s newest shoe in the franchise, the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 33, is available now in men’s and women’s sizes with a $110 retail price.
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