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Nike Unveils New Air Zoom Running Collection

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The Nike Zoom Pegasus 31 is only one of the many Zoom tuned runners that Nike is bringing out for 2014. They’ve also got the Nike Air Zoom Structure 18, Nike Air Zoom Elite 7, and Nike Air Zoom Streak 5. You won’t find any HTM editions or particularly wild colorways within, as the set really is geared towards the dedicated runner. Get a look at each of the sneakers with us after the break and remember that the Nike Air Zoom Streak 5 (The oldest of the bunch) and the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 31 are available from Nike now where the Nike Air Zoom Elite 7 will hit in August and the Air Zoom Structure 18 will arrive in October.

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Nike Air Zoom Structure 18: A stability running shoe for everyday training, the new Structure feels faster, looks great and is built to slow down the rate of pronation. The Structure delivers a smooth transition through the combination of upper stability features such as Dynamic Fit technology working together with the outsole, which includes a lateral crash rail and a Dynamic Support stability system made up of foam with three different levels of density. Together this stabilizes the foot onto the platform and slows down the speed that the foot is starting to roll in. The new contoured last provides added toe spring and combines with Zoom Air cushioning to give the snappy, quick-off-the ground feel.



Nike Air Zoom Elite 7: The lightest of the Zoom training family, featured on a neutral platform, the Nike Air Zoom Elite 7 is designed for tempo runs and athletes who want to stay fast and light on their feet in training or competition. Forefoot Zoom Air gives runners a snappy response off the road. The new edition’s lowered offset (eight millimeters) puts runners closer to the ground for more control, and a sleek upper combines Nike Flywire technology, no-sew overlays and lightweight mesh for a supportive, breathable fit.


Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 31: A neutral running shoe for training day in and day out, the new Pegasus feels faster and more responsive than any model in its impressive 31-year heritage. The latest Pegasus retains key features loved by loyal Pegasus runners – heel Zoom Air for a cushioned ride, a breathable upper and excellent fit – and introduces enhancements like a contoured last for streamlined fit, dropped offset (10 millimeters) for a more natural stance and an engineered midfoot saddle for targeted structure and support.