A quick PSA for all you crazy men who choose to wear yourself out by chasing pavement (or grass or treadmill): The Swoosh has just released a visual guide on finding the most perfect running shoe for you.
And it's not just the Pegasus, you know. Nike's all-time best-selling running shoe, with its responsive cushioning and propulsive feel, is the go-to for most, but there are really more models, with different technologies for specific needs, to choose from.
(But hey, if you are Kenyan long-distance runner Eliud Kipchoge, who trains in Pegs, continue as planned.)
Take a look below:
As seen in the infographic, Nike divvies up runners into five types: the first-timer, the weekend warrior (chill pace), the serious runner (moderate to fast pace), the distance runner (those who "go far and fast"), and even the fashion runner ("I don't run-but I love the runway").
The chart becomes more specialized from there with questions and scenarios that will help determine what you really need: Are you training for a race? Why do you want to run? What sensation are you craving? What is your goal?
Our goal is to survive, by the way.
In total, there are seven suggested models, with two Pegasus models, the 35 and the Turbo, making a combined appearance of six times and the Epic React appearing three times.
We'll do you a solid and list a few of them below.
For the Fashion Runner: Nike EXP-X14
What they (and by "they," we mean "we") want is comfort and colorways.
For First-Time Runners: Nike Epic React
Novices will appreciate the softness and lightness of this supportive model.
For Serious Runners: Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo
Its ZoomX foam will help you feel fast (and maybe win the race).
For Distance Runners: Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35
You will finish the marathon thanks to responsive cushioning that makes transitions easy.
For Weekend Runners: Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit
By minimizing the space between foot and ground, you get more speed.
Got all that? Head on over here for a closer look at the guide. Happy trails.
This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.ph.
Minor edits have been made by the SPIN.ph editors.