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Whether you are seeking to PR at your next half marathon, or are taking your first strides into the running world, Saucony® challenges you to find your strong.
What began as a brand known among a small group of runners has become one of the leading names in the running industry. Saucony strives to stay on top of the market with innovative designs, and offers a variety of running, cross-training, trail running, track and field, and walking shoes.
Each foot is unique, as is each athlete. You will find running shoes in the neutral, guidance, and stability categories to accommodate runners of all shapes, sizes, and gait types. Athletes who require wide shoes or narrow shoes need not look any further, because Saucony has your back (and your soles).
You can’t find your strong if you’re not looking for it. Lace into your favorite Saucony® running shoe and see where the road takes you!
Love this shoe! Very comfortable!
I'm a big Saucony fan and the 0 drop. These shoes were great, I also wear the Kinvara and Shay (racers) styles, for reference. Pretty flexible, very light, and breathes. I run mostly on road or gravel surfaces and my feet feel fine afterwards. For the previous reviewer- I can recommend Topoathletic for another shoe brand. Similar to this fit, but very "soft" feeling. I'd size up a size with those if you had to size up in Saucony.
I continue to attempt to purchase a pair of reasonable looking quality shoes for plantar fasciitis relief, severe over pronation control and thick padding. While this pair did not work for me I was very pleased to find that these came with ugly purple shoelaces they also have black laces that totally change the shoe and make it a neutral colored shoe that so many of us want. If Saucony can do this all manufactures can! So sorry the shoes didn't fit well, the neutral look is what I want.
The shoe itself is comfy, but I would have preferred a more solid blue color. The teal/mint color has a lot of white specks in it.
Very comfy shoe. Almost feels like wearying slippers to school.