Nike is bringing back the nike air pegasus 92/16 trainers uk retro once again this summer, but this time it will be accompanied by a modern update for the classic runner, dubbed the Air Pegasus 92/16. The shoe combines the recognizable silhouette of the 1992 version of the Pegasus with modern materials and tech, namely an all-foam sole with a flexible Free forefoot and an all-mesh Hyperfuse construction for the upper. The Pegasus 92/16 can be previewed in two colorways here today, including an Olympics-appropriate white, red, and metallic gold look, as well as the popular all-white treatment.
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Nike introduces the next edition of the Pegasus family with the all-new nike air zoom pegasus 33 uk womens. The latest iteration of the longest continuous franchise in the brand’s history features a sleeker and snappier ride than ever, thanks to streamlined silhouette and double the Zoom Air of previous Pegasus models. Designed as an everyday training shoe built to stand up to serious mileage from casual joggers to Olympic and World Championship gold medalists like Mo Farah, the Pegasus 33 adds a Zoom Air unit to the forefoot as well as the traditional heel position, for the most responsive Pegasus yet.
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The Nike Huarache series has re-established itself as one of the most relevant training and running series throughout the past couple of years and has the added benefit of appealing to the lifestyle market. As if the Nike Air Huarache wasn’t enough with its massive crossover appeal, the Swoosh went ahead and focused on the casual tendencies with the new nike air huarache run ultra trainers uk. The model sees a near seamless woven upper return in a new “Stealth Grey” colorway while the iconic heel cage still lingers in inspiration, but is slimmed down with a basic neoprene ribbon complete with bold ‘Nike’ branding in large lettering.
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Showing no signs of slowing down is the nike air max zero uk outlet, which arrives this spring in a number of new women’s colorways including the two Glacier Blue tinted versions you see here. Based off early design sketches of the original Air Max 1 by Tinker Hatfield and constructed with modern materials, the Air Max Zero gets two fresh looks for spring in unique color combinations of Glacier Blue with grey, black, and lime accents in a ripstop nylon upper or the standard mesh upper in Glacier Blue with Palm Green and black accents.