This version has the same responsiveness and neutral support you love but with improved comfort in those sensitive areas of your foot, like the arch and toes. Sharp, bright hues complement dark-room-colour neutrals, speaking to an inclusive world where digital and physical coexist in harmony.
Pros and Cons
The Nike Pegasus 40 isn’t the most technical or cushioned running shoe you’ll find, but that’s not what it’s for. The Pegasus is a reliable workhorse that maintains its comfortable fit and energetic feel mile after mile.
Our reviewers compiled a list of pros and cons to help you determine if the Peg 40 will be the shoe to take you one step closer to your running goals.
- One of the most dependable running shoes on the market
- Ideal for almost all runners and all types of runs
- High responsiveness
- Comfortable cushioning that’s not too soft
- Snug, yet breathable and forgiving upper
- Some reviewers felt the additional padding on the tongue is unnecessary
- It does not offer extra foam for those who prefer ultra-cushioned running shoes
- No significant changes from the Pegasus 39
- The Peg 40 is almost 1 ounce heavier than the Peg 39