The Best Nike Running Memorial Day Deals (2023)
We independently review everything we recommend. When you buy through our links, we may earn a commission.
We’ve never turned down a chance for a cookout (or a sale)
Memorial Day sales are in full swing from several running retailers
We’ve grabbed some discounts on shoes, apparel, and more
There are a lot of reasons to love Memorial Day. It’s a chance to remember the sacrifices made by United States service members, but it’s also a chance to get together with family and enjoy the unofficial start of summer.
Oh, and it’s a good chance to push your long run to a Monday since you don’t have to work. One more reason to love Memorial Day is, well, the sales. We’re self-professed gear junkies here at Believe in the Run, so we never turn down a chance to save a few bucks.
Thankfully, it’s not just cars and mattresses that are discounted for the last Monday in May. There are also plenty of Memorial Day running deals to tap into, and we’ve gone ahead and picked out a few of our favorites.
These are our favorite running deals from Nike and all the gear has been tested by us, unless otherwise noted (let’s be honest, sometimes stuff just really looks good).
The third version of the shoe just came out, but the second version is still one of the best race day shoes money can buy. Put it this way: A year ago you would’ve lost your mind if you found the Vaporfly 2 at the Nike Outlet for this price. Not much has changed since then, and the colorways are better, so stock up for your fall races.
The premium part is really just a limited-edition design, but it’s a pretty good one. And right now it’s available at a pretty steep discount in almost every size. It’s a solid light stability shoe that has since crossed over into the everyday style category.
This isn’t just Robbe’s favorite running short right now: It may be in his top-3 favorite running shorts ever. Everything that was wrong about the previous version has been righted and it may have reached perfection. With unbelievable storage options (7 pockets!), a just-right-tight waistband, and the ideal cut, this short is made for big things. This will sell out in your size and it won’t be discounted more than this, so get it while you can.
There’s a reason the Pegasus has stood the test of time. It’s solid and reliable and gives you everything you need for hundreds of miles. With only minor upper changes to the Pegasus 40, you’d be dumb not to get this one for under $80. All colorways on sale.
Every time there’s a sale on this shoe, we include it, because it’s one of the best out there. Waterproof, ultra comfortable, incredible design, and a sticker outsole than any other Nike trail shoe. Just get it, you won’t regret it.
Quite possibly one of the lightest pants you’ll ever own, the Phenom Elite pant has been Robbe’s go-to pant for most of the past six months. With a shorter, tapered fit, the pant looks good casually but runs equally as good on the road or trail without overheating you. It kind of feels like it’s just not there. A rear zippered pouch pocket is great for holding stuff as well.
Okay, this isn’t even a running shoe, but it’s ACG, so it’s in the halo range of trail running. Basically, this is for runners who want to look really good off the run (in our opinion, anyway). And while most of the ACG line is priced above and beyond, this shoe at $75-$95 on sale is pretty damn reasonable. One caveat: we don’t see any specialty foams or components in this shoe, so we’re guessing it may not live up to the “all conditions gear” moniker of its name.
The most aggressive trail shoe in the Nike lineup, the Zegama is also one of the most visually appealing as well (and that’s saying a lot, because the Nike Trail team never misses). With a bed of ZoomX for the midsole, it’s also ultra comfortable, making this a great casual or hiking shoe.
Full disclosure, this is one of the few shoes we haven’t run in, though we’ve always wanted to. So many shoes, so little time. Nevertheless, this shoe just looks amazing, almost like a trail version of the Nike x Tom Sachs General Purpose shoe. At $59 and a slab of basic EVA for the midsole, we’re not expecting much as far as trail performance, so maybe save this for a road-to-light trail shoe, or just keep it resigned for looking good.
This wind and water-resistant jacket for women combines style with performance and features a packable design with zippered pockets and bungees at the hem for a customizable fit. Designed for layering, the jacket also features reflective elements and a hood for extra protection. Snap-button closures on the chest and cuffs provide extra protection. Plus, it looks great.
Have something to say? Leave a Comment