The upper of the Nike Pegasus 40 is made of a lightweight and breathable mesh material, redesigned here with a “single-layer mesh upper.” We’re in lovely Midwest spring, so I’ve run this on hot and cold days (yes, including in the snow), and found the mesh to be great for keeping your feet cool and dry, but also adequate in sub-freezing temps.
The tongue and collar are lightly padded, adding to the overall comfort of the shoe. And, as always, the Pegasus 40 comes in a standard width (which I wore), but you can also get it in a wider width if you need more room.
The upper is the biggest change (at least, that I noticed), so I’ll give it a little more here – the lacing is wide, and at first I wasn’t sure there’d be adequate lockdown (it’s structure more like bar-lacing, with parallel horizontal laces, than a traditional X-pattern), but that concern was quickly alleviated.
The midsole of the Nike Pegasus 40 touts two Zoom Air units (front and rear), that gives you a bouncy and cushioned ride. As they have for ages, the Zoom Air units compress when your foot hits the ground, then bounces back to its original shape, which functions to reduce the impact on your feet and legs, and just generally provide some bounce underfoot. The midsole also has Nike’s React foam material, which adds a little more cushioning and support, as well as firms up the shoe a bit.
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