Nike Celebrates the Pegasus Line's History with Multi-Color Air Zoom Pegasus 38

Combining divergent shades and details in homage to Nike Running’s longest-standing silhouette.

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Over the course of five decades on the market and almost 40 models, Nike‘s Pegasus line has produced some of the most well-known running shoes in the world. Though the Pegasus line is always headed forward, the new Air Zoom Pegasus 38 is taking a brief moment to acknowledge its rich Nike Running lineage with a multi-color makeup that brings divergent hues together to “celebrate the Pegasus legacy.”

The Air Zoom Pegasus 38’s top half is constructed of engineered mesh that’s breathable in some spots and bolstered in others, providing a mix of fit and support. Here, the left shoe is done up in white with neon-tinted yellow, red and blue eyestays and Swooshes plus a gray heel. On the other hand (or foot), the right shoe retains all these secondary colors but opts for a steel gray mesh base in place of white.

Insoles swap between neon yellow and red plus Swooshes and a Zoom Air spellout, while graphic hits run down each tongue. Down below, a full-length React foam midsole houses a Zoom Air unit in the forefoot for a plush-yet responsive cushioning setup. Trim two-tone rubber outsoles finalize the look.

This multi-color Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 38 is available now via the Nike webstore. Its MSRP is set at $120 USD.

For more multi-colored Swoosh kicks, check out on-foot shots of an upcoming Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low.

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