Mo Farah, world champion and 5,000- and 10,000-metre Olympic medalist, trains by covering approximately 125 miles every week. In order to feel safe and run quickly and lightly, he places his trust in the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus. The shoe, whose 33rd version is about to hit the market, is being constantly developed by the brand and is always equipped with Nike’s most up-to-date technology. In the new Pegasus there are new Nike Zoom Air Elements in the forefoot and midfoot areas as an addition to the one that is already in the heel. This means the shoe is more reactive over longer runs.FA16_Rio_RN_MFarah_03_hd_1600

Senior Director of Nike Running Footwear Bret Schoolmeester tells us about the shoe: “This design was about fine-tuning the details of what makes this shoe great. We knew the Pegasus already provided a smooth ride and a perfect fit, but we wanted to make it even more responsive. We obsessed over it.”FA16_RN_M_Pegasus33_Connect_15_hd_1600

The Cushlon foam midsole together with the Air Zoom Elements provide perfect shock absorption and the rubber waffle outsole also offers optimal grip. The construction of the upper material was built with a focus on breathability and reliable support. The combination of mesh and Flywire technology also provides an adaptive hold, while the heel cap ensures you enjoy additional stability. All in all the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 33 helps you run longer treks at a higher speed. Who better to confirm this than Mo Farah?

At Keller Sports we do have this shoe in our range nowhere it is!FA16_Rio_RN_MFarah_23_hd_1600