An Official Look at the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2

Nike’s Zoom Pegasus Turbo was bound to get a sequel and now, it appears we are closer to a Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 release.

This new Pegasus variant makes some slight changes in design, mainly coming in the form of a new textile upper which leaves room for more aesthetic variation between colorways. Flywire appears to have been replaced with Fuse along the eye-stay though a second set of eyelets should allow more customization when lacing up. Also absent is the bold racer-stripe of the original Turbo which, if we’re being honest, was a bit polarizing at the least.

As far as returning features — perhaps the most important is the ZoomX foam cushioning. The super lightweight cushion received a lot of praise last year from many who were able to try it out so we can only hope that the foam is used just the same or better this time around.

No official dates or pricing have been released to this point. The original Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo retailed for $180, so we may expect this year’s release to come in somewhere around the same number.

If you have tried out the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo or ZoomX cushioning, we’d love to hear your thoughts on it along with the upcoming Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2. Leave your thoughts below in the comments section and thank you for reading.

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  1. Fantastic shoe. My every day trainer. Performs exceptionally well with double digit miles and can be used tempo, recovery, race day shoe and almost every run. With all the deals out there, you stack coupons and get them $100-$130. That’s a great deal. I get about 350-400 miles on them. I spoke to a couple people at Nike and they said 350-450. Some people may get more miles depends on your wear patterns. It’s a neutral shoe and I overpronate a bit and still works great.

  2. I absolutely love my pegasus 35 and 35 turbo! At first I didn’t like them as much as my ultra boost based on looks but the comfort is mind blowing. Although this is a running shoe I would like to see the dual zoomx foam/react setup implemented on a casual sneaker or hybrid runner bc the only way to pull these off casually is unfortunately in shorts but that’s just my opinion.

  3. I like the OG Peg Turbo. It is looks much better for casual wear than the new one. Also the tongue on the new one is geared for performance and doesn’t look as good or as comfortable as the OG.

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