Nike Air Pegasus ALL NEW MODELS 30, 31, 32 and up

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Ordered on Sunday for $105 from Eastbay. I was surprised to see a 12.5 somewhere other than NDC.
Very comfortable, about to be my go to for working summer camp/more outdoor activities. Occasional run as well.
what did you guys determine for sizing on these? Tts or tts for Nike running (half up for me)

edit... didn’t read the most recent page. Thanks for the sizing tips
 
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noob question from a fatty, what do you suggest for running on concrete, Peg 35, Peg Turbo or Peg Turbo 2 (or something else maybe)? haven't run in a while, I usually suffer from lower back pain after running. I need a heel drop of 8mm minimum. No more than 3 miles a run.
 
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zoom speed... these are the kids version but the clear sole shows the pods on the forefoot... looks like zoom hex pods

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recently picked up some Peg 36s on sale. i’m new to running(12-13 miles a week) but compared to the shoes i had before these are nice.

do you guys recommend having more than one pair of running shoes in rotation or you just use one up and then get new ones?
 

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recently picked up some Peg 36s on sale. i’m new to running(12-13 miles a week) but compared to the shoes i had before these are nice.

do you guys recommend having more than one pair of running shoes in rotation or you just use one up and then get new ones?
depends how serious you'll get into running, but most of us have multiple pairs to rotate through for the different kinds of runs we have (tempo, easy, race day, etc.)

with the peg 36s, they're a workhorse and pretty good daily trainer so you can get away with them and eventually pick up another to rotate if you get more into running
 
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recently picked up some Peg 36s on sale. i’m new to running(12-13 miles a week) but compared to the shoes i had before these are nice.

do you guys recommend having more than one pair of running shoes in rotation or you just use one up and then get new ones?
If you plan on running the same mileage, one pair should be fine. Many of us who have a rotation are utilizing different shoes for different types of runs or if we’re running higher mileage to keep our legs fresh.
 

stann

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... or we have a rotation because we like shoes!
cant argue with this lol i already was buying lots of shoes to collect so it was inevitable i was gonna have lots of shoes to rotate through for running
 
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anybody got a pair of zoom divisions?

curious of its comfort level with the baby forefoot zoom pods, doesnt seem too bad at $90 retail

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