Customer feedback

Comments: I have 4 pairs of the 29's, all with slightly over 500 miles on them and still going strong. Just bought the Oregon project 30's, and they don't feel much different, though maybe a tad tighter in the toe box. Great great shoes, I've been injury free for years, what a change from running in Brooks, Asics, and Adidas when it seemed like I was injured all the time. Love Nike, can't wait for the 31.
From: Mike, Loudoun, VA, USA 4/4/14

Comments: I have shied away from Nike shoes in the past. Not sure why. Had more to do with some type of protest of their size in the marketplace. Coming back from an injury I wanted a shoe with a bit more cushioning and I picked the Pegasus over some other options. Namely, due to positive reviews, simple design, and the Oregon Project color way. I have been very impressed with the shoe. It is a simple shoe. Shoe is good on long easy runs and is good at faster paces. The only fault I can find is that the laces are a little short.
From: Nathan, Greenville, NC, USA. 3/13/14

Comments: Comments: best shoe i have ever ran in. Great cushioning while still retaining the lightweight feel. I 100% recommend buying the Nike pegasus 30, you will not regret it.
From: Jordan, boston

Comments: Great shoe. I have finally found the shoe that I will keep buying from Running warehouse. I am currently running in Pegasus 30s and have two new pairs under my bed. Great cushioning yet they don't force you to heel-strike so no problem for mid-foot strikers. Amazing shoe for long runs and I feel that the midsole gets more responsive as you pick up the pace. look great on feet as well. Thank you Nike and Running Warehouse for the excellent services.
From: Hector, Chicago, IL

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