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Nike’s end of season closeout sale for spring 2023
Our favorite shoes from the least season and their discounted prices
Use code SPRING for an extra 20% off $100+ or 25% off $150+ on select sale styles at Nike.com
Use code SPRING for an extra 20% off $100+ or 25% off $150+ on select sale styles on Nike.com.
Spring is here in the northern hemisphere and the golden days of running are upon us. It’s also time for spring cleaning and that goes for shoe brands as well. We already covered our favorite running shoes from Adidas earlier this week (many of which are on sale right now as well), but didn’t want to leave Nike out of the party.
Here are our favorite shoes and deals from Nike’s spring ‘23 end of season sale, with some undeniably killer bargains (Peg Trail 4 GTX as low as $75 is a can’t miss). We also include some notes to help you decide if you’re on the fence about something.
We’ve included men’s and women’s shop links, but prices vary depending on colorways and models.
These massive closeout sales don’t come too often, so stock up while you can.
🟢 As low as $150
I mean, it’s the Vaporfly, the OG of the super shoes, and it’s finally seeing deep discounts now that v3 is about to arrive in a few days (April 1). Featuring a full ZoomX midsole, a carbon fiber plate, and a breathable upper in a crazy light package, this shoe is still setting records when it gets the chance. Grab the Ekiden colorway while it’s still available.
🟢 As low as $59
A tried and true daily trainer, the Pegasus has survived the test of time. Reliable, long-lasting, with a nice bed of React foam and Zoom Air units in the forefoot and heel. The ride is identical to the just-released 40, so you’re getting the same (maybe even better shoe) at a big discount with the Pegasus 39. Plus, it’s all the best colorways of the shoe.
🟢 As low as $75
One of our favorite all-around shoes from 2022– period. It’s features a waterproof Gore-Tex membrane, the colorways and designs are out-of-this-world good, and it’s one of the most comfortable shoes out there. Also, the outsole grip is new and improved and better than any other Nike trail shoe. We wear this for everything from road to trail to hiking to camping.Read The Review
🟢 As low as $62
The upper on the Pegasus Trail 4 standard version is a bit more comfortable than the GTX version, but of course, it’s not waterproof. No worries though, a bit of agua never hurt anyone. On the run, this shoe feels like a slipper– a really comfortable one. It disappears on the foot and feels great underneath, whether you’re running on roads or trails. It’s also just a great everyday shoe for walking/hiking/casual wear. Trail fashion is in, so embrace it.Read The Review
🟢 As low as $60
This light stability trainer has become somewhat of an icon over the last few years. We see it casually as much as we see it on runners, and many of its design elements have spread to other shoes (fair enough, it takes notes from a handful of legacy trainers). The React midsole gives a nice and bouncy ride, while the arch support and heel clip give some stability where it’s needed. A solid shoe for running and casual wear, and at $60, you really can’t beat it.Read The Review
🟢 As low as $75
This was the best tempo shoe of 2022 for Thomas, the Streakfly features a ZoomX midsole in an extremely lightweight package. Best for speed work or race distances under 10K, this thing is a speedster and looks like one too. Get that lightning in your quiver while you can.Read The Review
🟢 As low as $73
Truth be told, this isn’t our favorite trail shoe (mainly because of the grip), but– it just looks soooo good. The Nike trail team really knocked it out of the park for this one. And it’s ultra comfortable. Apart from trail running, I wore it for Disney days and that big ol’ bed of ZoomX kept my legs fresh and feeling good. The outsole grip is classic Nike– not great for the first 50 miles. But if you can break it in over some pavement, it gets stickier as time goes on.Read The Review
🟢 As low as $62
The Vomero gets overlooked a lot, but it’s a solid daily trainer with a long legacy and we really enjoyed the last version. Traditionally the comfort trainer for Nike (before the Invincible came along), this shoe features a ZoomX core with an EVA wrap and is a solid alternative to the Pegasus. The full rubber outsole will ensure you get a ton of life out of it, so you’re sure to get bang for your buck at this price point.Read The Review
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