13 Nike deals I’d shop right now — including the Pegasus 40 running shoes for just $58

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Not long ago, I had to officially bid farewell to my favorite pair of trainers — the Nike React Infinity 3 — due to rips in the toe box, a flattened foam sole, and stains that no longer came out (even after an OxiClean bath). Finding a proper replacement so far has proven futile, especially since I refuse to pay full price. Technically a running shoe, these supportive, cushiony sneakers were my go-to for everything from weight training to HIIT cardio workouts, saving my actual running shoes from extra wear and tear. Luckily, Nike has a plethora of options to suit my multipurpose requirements. 

That’s why I’ve been frequently keeping tabs on the clearance section and where I recently discovered that you can now take an additional 25% off current sale items with the coupon code "JUST4MOM" at Nike. While I haven’t found anything for myself yet, there are 7 other seriously tempting good footwear deals worth shopping (including the Pegasus 40, which is now down to just $58 from $130!), all listed below. And if that isn't enough, I also found doubly discounted apparel. Check out Under Armour's sale on activewear at Amazon, too.

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Nike Swoosh Sports Bra: was $35 now $21 @ Nike

Nike Swoosh Sports Bra: was $35 now $21 @ Nike
As we know with Nike, sports bras can reach over $80 for some models. So $21 is a very good price to find during this Nike sale. This bra is non-padded with medium support and stays snug and secure as you lift, jump, or squat.

Women's One High-Rise Leggings: was $60 now $27 @ Nike

Women's One High-Rise Leggings: was $60 now $27 @ Nike
Luxuriously soft and lightweight, Nike claims these leggings feel like a "second skin." The polyester and spandex Dri-Fit blend is ideal for all workouts, from lifting in the gym to brisk walks around your neighborhood. The smooth fit is tight but not too fit. They also have hidden pocket in the V-shaped, high-rise waistband. Log in and use code "JUST4MOM" for the full discount.

Men's Calm Slides: was $50 now $34 @ Nike
Only the Khaki colorway is sporting a discount, and while the additional 25% off doesn't apply to these, we still think they're worth a buy at 30% off. These contoured foam pieces promise to cradle your feet in a water-friendly design, making them perfect for summer days spent by the pool. Nike does emphasize, however, that these run a bit small, so you may want to consider going up a size. 
Price check: $49 @ Dick's Sporting Goods

Men's Calm Slides: was $50 now $34 @ Nike
Only the Khaki colorway is sporting a discount, and while the additional 25% off doesn't apply to these, we still think they're worth a buy at 30% off. These contoured foam pieces promise to cradle your feet in a water-friendly design, making them perfect for summer days spent by the pool. Nike does emphasize, however, that these run a bit small, so you may want to consider going up a size. 
Price check: $49 @ Dick's Sporting Goods

Men's Interact Run Road Running Shoes: was $85 now $50 @ Nike

Men's Interact Run Road Running Shoes: was $85 now $50 @ Nike
These highly-rated running shoes, featuring Nike's lightweight Flyknit upper, are a whopping 40% off and still available in every size (rare for discounts this big). This style also features a waffle outsole crafted from recycled materials (from other Nike footwear, no less) to fit the overall shoe's ethos of extending its lifecycle. A scannable QR code on the tongue, for instance, provides even more insights on how to recycle or donate these when they've inevitably run their course or help with repairs in the interim. Talk about a long-term investment for less. 

Women's Therma-FIT Swift Running Vest: was $115 now $59 @ Nike

Women's Therma-FIT Swift Running Vest: was $115 now $59 @ Nike
Winter may have officially come to an end, but now's the time to get cold gear at a discount. Constructed with Nike's heat-regulating, Therma-FIT technology, this quilted vest may be the extra layer your chilly morning runs are missing. A bungee cord allows you to cinch the fit at the waist. Otherwise, it's relatively loose if you want to throw it over a bulkier hoodie. Log in and use code "JUST4MOM" for the full discount.

Men's Pegasus 40 Road Running Shoes: was $130 now $58 @ NIke

Men's Pegasus 40 Road Running Shoes: was $130 now $58 @ NIke
Pegasus has been part of Nike's running lineup for what feels like forever, which is why our review of its 40th iteration concludes it's "a reliable workhorse for beginners and marathon runners alike." The biggest discount is limited to the all-over bronze and olive color combination, which is  40% off to begin with. That means you can scoop these up in nearly every size for just $58 — talk about a steal. Make sure to use coupon "JUST4MOM" at checkout to get this price.

Men's Wildhorse 8 Trail Shoes: was $140 now $83 @ Nike

Men's Wildhorse 8 Trail Shoes: was $140 now $83 @ Nike
The Nike Wildhorse 8 is our choice for the best-looking trail running shoe. The midsole contains Nike's React Foam, which provides a pleasant balance between cushioning and ground feel. They're comfortable to wear while running long distances, but we noted that the outsole can be slippery while running on wet terrain. 

Nike Pegasus Turbo (Men's): was $150 now $89 @ Nike
The Pegasus Turbo has all the durability of the Nike Pegasus, but with a lighter, more responsive foam to help you pick up the pace when you need. Tom's Guide's Fitness Editor Jane McGuire has run miles in this shoe, and loves it. The

Nike Pegasus Turbo (Men's): was $150 now $89 @ Nike
The Pegasus Turbo has all the durability of the Nike Pegasus, but with a lighter, more responsive foam to help you pick up the pace when you need. Tom's Guide's Fitness Editor Jane McGuire has run miles in this shoe, and loves it. The Women's Pegasus Turbo are also on sale from $90.

Women's Air Max 270: was $160 now $91 @ Nike

Women's Air Max 270: was $160 now $91 @ Nike
It's not often that this popular sneaker dips so deeply in price. Also eligible for the extra 25% off discount (just remember to pop in the coupon code "JUST4MOM" prior to checkout), these easy-to-slip-on sneakers provide buyers with a boost (270 degrees of air!) and nail the trifecta of comfort, style and support. 

Women's Metcon 9 Workout Shoes: was $150 now $74 @ Nike

Women's Metcon 9 Workout Shoes: was $150 now $74 @ Nike
The Nike Metcon 9 is our top choice for the best cross-training shoes and a personal favorite of our senior fitness writer. They're sturdy, offer a wide toe box, and provide great stability and comfort. Right now, a few sizes and colors are on sale for just $74. Use coupon "JUST4MOM" to get this price.

Men's Pegasus Trail 4: was $140 now $83 @ Nike

Men's Pegasus Trail 4: was $140 now $83 @ Nike
One of the best Nike running shoes is on sale for 40% off. These dependable shoes are great for road-to-trail runs. We loved the Pegasus Trail 4's roomy toebox and cushioned comfort. The outsole isn't grippy enough for some wet and muddy terrain, but the shoes are fine for lighter trails.

Women's InfinityRN 4 Road Running Shoes: was $160 now $96 @ Nike

Women's InfinityRN 4 Road Running Shoes: was $160 now $96 @ Nike
The Infinity Run 4 is the latest iteration of Nike's Infinity line. It's a good all-rounder — comfortable enough for easy and recovery runs, while still being supportive enough to wear in the gym. We rank them as the best Nike shoe for beginners.

Men's Invincible 3:

Men's Invincible 3: was $180 now $125 @ Nike
If comfort is king, the Nike Invincible 3 is here to serve. Discounted up to 30%, this super-cushioned sneaker is one of the best Nike running shoes for recovery thanks to a sizable helping of Nike's ZoomX foam in the midsole. It also looks darn fly.

Morgan Bulman
Staff Writer, Deals

As a deals writer for Tom's Guide, Morgan is set on scouring the web for the lowest prices, weekly sales worth shopping, rare brand discounts, and more. For five-plus years, she's covered all things home, from floor covering and furniture to splurge-worthy pillows and budget-friendly bedding. Her work has also appeared on Domino and Saveur.