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Will pegasus 37 have a sale soon? Thanks
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These good joggers? Easy on knees?
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These good joggers? Easy on knees?
Other than the Nike Inifinity React, it's probably the closest you'll get to a "max-cushion" shoe from Nike. If you like the fit on the Nike Pegasus, but want more cushion, you may like these.
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These good joggers? Easy on knees?
Honestly if your knees bother you, I would look into some Brooks or ASICS stability models (depending on pronation). My shin splints went away the day I stopped running in Nike's
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I have a pair of these (black / white) I've done half marathon distance in at pace a few times. Excellent training shoes and hold up well (I have ~80 on them and they still look and feel pretty good). I liked these a whole lot more than the Pegasus 36's that were out at the time because they had more support but were still plenty light. They are not stability shoes by any stretch but I found them a good balance for me. Other than my Pegasus Turbo 2s that I wear on race day, these are my favorite Nike running shoes in a long, long time.

$73's a good deal for these, especially right now at this time of year. Pair it with some cash back from somewhere or Run Rewards you have stacked up from JackRabbit and it's a REALLY good deal.
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I have these shoes and really like them. Great blend of cushion and structure/support.
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Nike makes the worse running shoes. Stick with ASICS or Brooks.
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I have those, I only wear nike pegasus, best ones out there
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These Vomeros were the first Nike running shoe to combine React foam with a full length airbag. They were my go-to training shoe all last year (3 pairs for over 1k miles combined). I liked the React foam since it felt softer, more responsive and like it lasted longer than the cushlon foam Pegs used for years (until the new 37). I just wish they offered more colors instead of 5 versions of black and gray.
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Seems like out of stock
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Honestly if your knees bother you, I would look into some Brooks or ASICS stability models (depending on pronation). My shin splints went away the day I stopped running in Nike's
I know as odd as it feels, I have same experience. I always ran in Nike Pegasus series but changed to Adidas Ultraboost after rave reviews from other and my knee pain and Shin pain went away.
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These good joggers? Easy on knees?
Over the last two decade+ I've done countless races ranging from 5k, 10k, 1/2 marathon, marathon, 30k & 50K to count. There was a time I had some type of race ever weekend, did a bunch of run clubs and training on my own as well. So I've run in everything from Nike Vomero, Pegasis, Asics Nimbus, Cumulus, 360, Brooks Glycerin, Ghost, Adidas Boston, Ultra Boost, Saucony Triumph, New balance 1080, Mizuno Wave Creation, Newtons, Pearl Izumi.. You name it I've probably tried Neutral shoes in just about any brand/model that's good for long distance training runs and race day marathon distances.

Nike Vomero is their premium trainer/high cushion and will be soft/easy on the knees. However IMO Nike are great when new, but wear off quick cushion wise. For $73 I'd give it a go, but at closer to retail my go to's are Asics Nimbus and Adidas Ultra Boost with Brooks Glycerin not too far behind. For most of my running/racing I crossed the finish line in Asics Nimbus in the majority of my races.
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Over the last two decade+ I've done countless races ranging from 5k, 10k, 1/2 marathon, marathon, 30k & 50K to count. There was a time I had some type of race ever weekend, did a bunch of run clubs and training on my own as well. So I've run in everything from Nike Vomero, Pegasis, Asics Nimbus, Cumulus, 360, Brooks Glycerin, Ghost, Adidas Boston, Ultra Boost, Saucony Triumph, New balance 1080, Mizuno Wave Creation, Newtons, Pearl Izumi.. You name it I've probably tried Neutral shoes in just about any brand/model that's good for long distance training runs and race day marathon distances.

Nike Vomero is their premium trainer/high cushion and will be soft/easy on the knees. However IMO Nike are great when new, but wear off quick cushion wise. For $73 I'd give it a go, but at closer to retail my go to's are Asics Nimbus and Adidas Ultra Boost with Brooks Glycerin not too far behind. For most of my running/racing I crossed the finish line in Asics Nimbus in the majority of my races.
Interesting. I always come back to Asics Nimbus too, running hundreds of miles in the same pair. I am borderline supinator, tall and thin. My last go with Nike Vomero ended quickly with cushioning that quit early (less than 100 miles). It's sad because the Vomero 2 from years ago kept up much longer.
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Interesting. I always come back to Asics Nimbus too, running hundreds of miles in the same pair. I am borderline supinator, tall and thin. My last go with Nike Vomero ended quickly with cushioning that quit early (less than 100 miles). It's sad because the Vomero 2 from years ago kept up much longer.
I've run in Asics Nimbus since they were in the single digits generation. I did about 70-80 mi/week training runs not incl the weekend races for over a decade. I would buy 3-5 pairs of shoes, write the "in service" date with a sharpie on any sunken in portion of the out sole and regardless of mileage retire them who "rotation" in 6 months to going out/walking duty if they were still good, otherwise throw them out. If I started to not feel that great after runs with a particular pair I'd retire that pair whatever it was and put another pair of something in the rotation noting the in service date and estimating the mileage on my calendar. Since I rotated between multiple pairs, I could never use those run app estimators to remind you to change a shoe after a certain amount of miles logged, so writing mileage done in the day box on a calendar, which pair I used, tallying up the totals and with regard to in service dates, I estimated retiring pairs that way with the totals on the bottom of the calendar/month sheet.. otherwise by feel. Any hint of discomfort with a pair over a few runs and it was retired. Admittedly I probably take running a lot more seriously than most people.

I know people say to get rid of shoes after 300-400 mi, & that like a cars suspension, cushion degrades gradually and you don't feel the degradation until its been gone for a long time, but I'd estimate I got 500-600 mi out of the Asics Nimbus, so even at $150, the dollar per mile ratio plus the comfort/no injury made it a value and my go to shoes for training and racing. The Nike (not limited to Vomero, although very comfy when new) dropped off quick and wore out w/in 200 mi for me. At a similar $150 range MSRP as the Asics Nimbus, I'd go through 3 pairs of Nikes for every 1 pair of Asics Nimbus. Recently I'm loving the Adidas Ultra Boost as well so along with Asics Nimbus that is part of my rotation along with Brooks Glycerin.

I'm also a supinator/underpronator so maybe that's why the same shoes work for both of us. I wouldn't say I'm that tall (5'8"), I'm 130 lbs so not a heavy runner maybe that's why they last so long. I'm a mid to forefoot light striker, minimal heel strike/contact and can hold a 6:30 pace. I also do body weight exercises & yoga with my wife so I'm lean but tone, not really skinny/lanky like my height/weight would suggest. My HS & college heavy lifting days ended after I tore my rotator cuff Frown so had to evolve and move onto other things. EEK!
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