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Return of Nike's Air Pegasus 89


This summer's footwear is giving us a remarkable sense of déjà vu.

Yesterday we got misty eyed over the reissue of adidas' Micropacer, and Nike spent an entire day commemorating the dominance of the Air Max. Now, 25 years after their first issue, the swoosh finds itself once again on a pair of Air Pegasus 89s.

The reissues are available in a range of distinct colourways over at JD Sports and Coutie - our pick of the bunch being the mica green and light grey. Mixing suede and mesh panels, the dramatic sloping Phylon midsole will put a bounce in your step.

Now all we need is some summer weather to wear them for.

(Images: Nike)



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