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Here’s Where to Get the Nikes Snoop Dogg Wore to Run a 200m Race at the 2024 Olympic Trials

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Snoop Dogg sported a patriotic pair of Nike Pegasus 41 sneakers to run a 200m race at the 2024 Olympic Team trials in Oregon over the weekend. Uncle Snoop hit the racetrack in a red, white and blue colorway of the Pegasus 41, the newest edition to Nike’s Pegasus lineup.

The colorway that Snoop wore is available at the Team USATF store and is expected to be available at Nike soon.

If you’re interested in other colors, the Pegasus 41 is available in white and multi-colors such as blue/black/red and white/dusty cactus/glacier blue/black. Some of the upcoming colorways include black, black/red/white and white/pure platinum/black.

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Nike Pegasus 41


Pegasus 41 features full-length ReactX foam, which provides over 13 percent more “energy return” compared to the React foam used in the Pegasus 40, according to Nike. The eco-friendly upgrade cuts the carbon footprint of two midsoles by 43 percent, says Nike.

The shoe also features Nike’s Air Zoom units in the heel and forefront, and a mesh upper that’s lighter and more breathable than its predecessor.

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Nike first released the Pegasus in 1982 and it sold over 300,000 pairs the following year. While the new styles have evolved away from the original waffle outsole and new foam design, the Pegasus remains a fan favorite.

Pegasus 41 has a 4.8-star rating at Nike.com and most of the customers love how comfortable they are for running and walking.

Nike is sponsoring several teams at the Summer Olympics while Snoop Dogg heads to Paris next month as a co-commentator for NBC.

The 2024 Summer Olympics will air live on NBC and stream on Peacock starting on July 26.

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