BEST NIKE EVER!? ZOOMX PEGASUS 35 TURBO REVIEW!

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The Nike ZOOM X Pegasus 35 turbo might be the best all around nike I have ever tried on. Amazing balance of style and comfort in a light weight ride. These are a MUST for people that are into comfortable sneakers!! I compare to the Vaporfly 4% and the Pegasus 35 in this video! If you want an ULTRABOOST comparison, leave a comment!

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If you’re getting Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite and 4% vibes, you’re on to something. The Turbo was inspired by these dominant marathon shoes, employing the same highly responsive ZoomX foam in the midsole and taking on the same aerodynamic shape of the heel.

THREE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT NIKE ZOOMX FOAM
It delivers 85 percent energy return — the greatest of any Nike foam.
It’s also Nike’s lightest foam (a single men’s size 10 shoe weighs in at 8.4 oz while a women’s 8 is 6.9 oz).
It’s currently used in three silhouettes: the aforementioned Zoom Vaporfly Elite (which was worn by Breaking2 athletes) and Zoom Vaporfly 4% and now the Zoom Pegasus Turbo.
ENERGY RETURN EXPLAINED
A quick physics refresher: Energy can only be transferred — no system can create or destroy it. What foam can do is help to reduce the amount of energy being lost by your shoe every time you compress it by applying force to it (with running this is typically a combination of your stride, pace and weight). It does this by springing back toward its original shape every time your foot leaves the ground. The closer it can get to its original shape, the more energy transfers back into the foam.

What the Turbo doesn’t include from the Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite and 4% is the carbon-fiber plate. But that’s strategic: The plate increases stiffness to provide a propulsion sensation, allowing runners to quickly “pop off” the road. It feels fast and a little firm. Feedback from elite runners who’ve ran (and won) major marathons in these shoes, including Eliud Kipchoge and Galen Rupp, indicated that’s what makes the shoes ideal for race day but it’s also what makes them a little too much for everyday use (you just don’t need that snap in every stride). Since ZoomX foam delivers the greatest energy return of any Nike foam, it has the power to provide a more comfortable kick runners crave during daily training runs.

THE SHOCK ABSORBER ANALOGY
Think about it like this: Running shoes are like shock absorbers for your body. Generally, shock absorbers are used in cars to dampen bouncing and maintain control when a vehicle hits a bump or dip. A race car’s shock absorbers function to maintain down force on the track for more speed and better handling, while a truck requires energy absorption over higher forces and with more substantial hardware. So, the type of shock absorbers and their functions are different, but both are exactly what each vehicle needs. Just like cars, your shoes should be tuned for the different runs you do throughout a training cycle.

A LOOK UNDER THE HOOD

The 10 -mm offset and 12-mm forefoot stack height are designed to help runners store more energy, which can provide greater energy return, while the heel collar is engineered to curve away from the Achilles tendon to avoid rubbing or irritating the sensitive spot.

The upper features a seamless translucent mesh (which shows off the Flywire cables that integrate with the laces to provide the lockdown you want).

A thick racing stripe runs down the center from the top of the tongue to below the forefoot.

Underfoot, the ZoomX foam is complimented by a layer of Nike React foam (added to enhance durability and stability).

Small waffle pistons in the rubber outsole help absorb impact and provide multi-surface traction.

The shoe will release globally August 2 on nike.com and at select retailers.

Comments

john quinn says:

Overpriced for what they are, a piece of foam and flimsy upper

Collie Cam says:

Hey what would be a better work shoe I am on my feet all day, this or the element 87s? Or epic react?

austine standley says:

Amazing review man, you answered all of my questions I had no problem

Hes Kicks says:

Right now you can cop for $159!! no code needed just add to cart, link in description!

WestHam66 says:

Anyone considering this shoe needs to view Believe In The Runs update- seems like the shoe has some issues. Like I said last week- no way is this show worth $180.

last of the mohawks says:

What the hell is that jutting out behind

Maxime PEREZ says:

Not good for all, i love nike but
my story with this pair of shoes reassures me to continue with my next marathon

https://www.reddit.com/r/Sneakers/comments/9i8tky/pegasus_turbo_1_month_first_race_competitive_16k/

Travis Richardson says:

white bottoms are just not great.walmart has white bottoms come on man!!!

FRIES KILLER says:

Yoo someone might bootgang ya shit if ya leave it like that

Jake Davies says:

Nike calls this translucent material «Monomesh». Just FYI

DJ Krush says:

TTS or Half size up for a wide footer? Suggestions?

Eatmeraw says:

Hes likes it thickkk

Paxton E. says:

I just picked the black colorway up today. They were sitting at my Finish line.

Mike A. says:

How do I get my hands on some vapor flys?

Hes Kicks says:

FYI! The Pegasus Turbo is now available for those who want it! Nike http://bit.ly/2KjNypR or buy
from Jackrabbit http://bit.ly/2NXespK

Comeonuseyourbrain says:

Hey really important. Do you mean true to size like Ultra Boost? I mean do you take the same size as for your ultra boosts?

Casa Station says:

i like pegasus alot thats what im currently running in if the zoomx version comes down in price ill cop to feel it out. Great review bro!

MK Uis says:

personally I find all recent addidas and nike “lifestyle” shoes too soft and lack structural integrity (including this one being reviewed). You can’t really do anything with them maybe except walking on nice pavement in cities. I preferred trail running shoes.

Steele McLaren says:

If someone steps on the back of your foot tho…

Andrew J. says:

What bout durability? Has anyone got them?

Warren-Klyph says:

Damn those are some sexy Nikes, I gotta’ get me a pair.

Michael Schwartz says:

I have the 4% for important races. I like them much more than the ONs I wear for easy days and regular races. Just started training for NYC. I just picked up a pair of Pegasus Turbos for my speedwork days.I’ll run the race in the 4%

Kyle Mateo says:

I can’t find these in store locally so I can’t try them on. I wear 10.5 ultraboost 3.0 and NMD. Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit size 11. What size would you recommend? I know everyone is different but if just based on those shoes I mentioned, can I just go 10.5?

Hes Kicks says:

Just an FYI, others mentioned that the midsole was actually half ZoomX and the other half was react, And that is true, I did not realize that so thank you for those that mentioned it I will be sure to include this in my follow up after wearing, or comparison to Adidas boost

W.T.C 1990 says:

i love my 34 to much to upgrade

Jordan Thomas says:

Nice review and great call out on the paint job on the check. Like…CMON Nike! I bought these primarily for my everyday running and I love them, but I like that they fit in nicely as a lifestyle shoe. Now when I travel I can save space in my carry on. I won’t mind rocking these with some sweats when I’m flowing through an airport.

wannistelrooy says:

Have you try kyboot?

Drew Henson says:

How does the ZoomX compare to React??? Thanks

Kasper Schillebeeckx says:

are there coming new colorways?

ShakenNotStirred says:

I really like the look of these kicks and the jeans. That being said, where can we cop the jeans featured in the thumbnail?

Rustam Alieskerov says:

10:00 – just ot add additional ad, could’ve ended way earlier – dislike for taking our time.

pimpmyride says:

I love the stripe! I also love shoes that have that ankle design(looks dope with skinny or no socks).

Grant Noroyan says:

so sad shoes are becoming so ugly and terrible quality……..the old style support is now gone and it is very sad this paper thin crap now is TERRIBLE!!!!

LeoPers says:

Bro im sorry. I love your videos and content, but these shoes where made for running…

PP20021977 says:

Dick not the best, because the best are Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 2 MOC Acronym Dynamics!

Ꮮ1Ꮮ Ꮶ1Ꭰ says:

DUDE ITS REACT ON THE BOTTOM AND THE ZOOMX IS ON THE TOP

chaba49 says:

Had a pair of these a complete waist of money . The uppers separated from the bottoms in 2 weeks

Milkin Oreos says:

PSA: DONT buy and make reviews for a shoe meant for runners. Waste of a product that’s meant for runners leaving the store sold out for someone trying to be fashionable while sitting their fat selves in their couches

Khalid Murad says:

Yes please zoom x Pegasus turbo vs ultraboost

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