You need these Penn State shoes from Nike
The look of the season has just dropped. Nike’s new Penn State shoes are perfect for hitting the gym – or the stadium – and anything in between. Check them.
For fans of the Nittany Lions, there is certainly no shortage of great Nike gear. You have jerseys, hats, t-shirts, hoodies.
And don’t get me wrong, all of these things are great. Essential, even. But for my money, the coolest gear drops towards the end of summer every year. The new Nike Air Zoom Pegasus running shoes.
This year is no different, with the release of Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 39 Penn State Shoes.
Last year, Nike released the Air Zoom Pegasus 38, which was another great addition to one of the best lineups of running shoes currently available.
They are incredibly comfortable and durable, as well as being sleek and stylish. (Please note that I did not own a varsity colorway, nor a pair provided by Nike). Seriously, these things are great for hitting the gym, running across campus to get your spot at the stadium, or just for everyday living.
This year, the Pegasus 39 is in full team color. So every pair is vibrant – and everyone will know who you’re cheering on when they see you coming.
This year, some things have changed, but the end result is the same: an incredibly comfortable shoe.
The Air Zoom Pegasus 39 feature dual Nike Airbags, providing the wearer with optimal balance and comfort. The upper mesh is breathable to keep your feet cool and in terms of a training shoe, the Pegasus 38 is a very strong holdall, weighing less than a pound (except for sizes 15+).
It’ll also last beyond your workout, offering enough flashy style to be your everyday shoe. The only complaint – and it’s a small one – is that these can get wet quickly if it’s raining really hard or you’re running through the elements.
These will not only be the perfect addition to your collection, but the perfect look for the rest of the year – and beyond. They will definitely attract attention.
Note: On Fanatics, shoes are listed as unisex sizes. The same was true last year, but this is still a relatively new development. Previously, Nike released both men’s and women’s versions of the shoes.
The company is looking to move away from that, which means there’s a little more work on the legs (or feet?) to determine your size.
The good news? Just use the table below.
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