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Nike Pegasus Turbo Next Nature

Men's Road Running Shoes

£144.95

Choose a Style Colour
Pure Platinum/Black/Medium Blue/Bright Crimson
Black/Anthracite/Canyon Purple/Vivid Purple
Black/Off-Noir/Sesame/Sail
Pure Platinum/White/Valerian Blue/Bright Spruce

Let this esteemed stallion help you log the hard miles. Complete with lighter, responsive, repurposed foam and a feather upper, this motley-coloured mare is made to help you increase tempo without sacrificing comfort as you push towards a personal best. This immortal is responsibly constructed with at least 50% recycled material by weight, while maintaining its tried-and-tested everyday ethos.

  • Colour Shown: Pure Platinum/Black/Medium Blue/Bright Crimson
  • Style: DM3413-002

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How This Was Made

  • This product was responsibly designed utilising recycled materials from post-consumer and/or post-manufactured waste. One of our biggest steps on our journey to zero carbon and zero waste is in choosing our materials because they account for more than 70% of any product's footprint. By reusing existing plastics, yarns and textiles, we significantly reduce our emissions. Our goal is to use as many recycled materials as possible without compromising on performance, durability and style.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (7)

3.4 Stars

  • These are not the Pegasus Turbo 3 you’re looking for

    Jackson2317 - 03 Oct 2022

    I was hoping that these would be a similar shoe to the Pegasus Turbo 2, but unfortunately they’re nowhere near as good as those shoes. The recycled foam feels and looks cheap and seems like it will not be very durable at all. The upper is tight and quite narrow in the forefoot, and it’s a struggle to get the shoes on and off as the foot opening is too tight. These don’t really feel like a proper successor to the Turbo 2s, and I don’t feel they offer much over the Pegasus 39s which are cheaper and extremely comfortable.

  • Nice looking shoe, quite comfy, however the Flyknit upper is thick

    doseofding - 14 Sept 2022

    I'm a casual runner and got a pair of Pegasus Turbo Next Nature for running and everyday/lifestyle uses. My last running shoe was the Nike Epic Free Run so this shoe was a nice upgrade, the ZoomX foam feels nice at the rear-to-mid foot of the shoe, however at the forefoot there is hardly any bounce or foam. The Flyknit upper is also nice but lacks the "sock" like sensation from Flyknit expectations, the Flyknit upper is quite thick and I wonder how much weight could be lost and how much more comfort could be achieved if the Flyknit upper was a bit thinner and lighter. The shoe is quite hard to put on and I wonder with the lack of a heel pull-tag, how long the heel of the shoe will last before it starts to bend. I also how the recycled ZoomX foam will hold up with it is, let's say, accidentally scratched by a stick or foliage or if you/someone else accidentally steps on the side of the ZoomX foam.

  • A new Turbo

    patrickg - 28 Aug 2022

    My old turbo 2’s were without a shadow of a doubt my favourite do it all shoe so I was soo excited when these dropped. I’ll say from the off that they don’t feel the same as the old turbos so I can see why they might fall short of expectations for a lot of people BUT they are still fantastic shoes! I’ve done tempos in them, a half at pace and a parkrun and they deliver. They’re super comfy and protect your legs. The recycled ZoomX doesn’t feel like that in a vapourfly but even now after only 40 miles it does give and it’s very bouncy. It is ‘heavier’ than the turbo 2 but I wouldn’t call it a heavy shoe at all and it means come race day you’ve built up a little more power in your legs. The outer is also surprisingly grippy! All in all really pleased and I’ll continue to use them for my marathon training