- First ever full-length EVERUN midsole
- Engineered stretch mesh upper
- ISOFIT for dynamic fit
- TRI-FLEX Crystal Rubber Outsole
- EVERUN Full Length Midsole, EVERUN Top sole, Engineered stretch mesh, ISOFIT Construction, Crystal Rubber Outsole
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I hope Saucony does not change the design too much this next year. I want this to become my new shoe!!!
I am a forefoot runner, so the change in heel drop wasn't as effective for me as I thought it would. When I walk on it or run on my heels, it does feel really great. The toe box is really narrow.
I recommend this if you are a heel runner, or just a walker. It feels like I'm gliding on clouds when I walk in these. Not so much when I run in them.
- Comfortable fit after you break them in (took me about 10 miles)
- I ran a little faster with these compared to my Nike Free running shoes
- Less blisters than with Nike Free running shoes
- Fairly light weight
- The sole is very well made and gives me a lot of traction. This is especially important since I primarily run outdoors and am very clumsy. I fell THREE TIMES with my Nike Free shoes in a year (disclaimer -my dog was partially to blame for two of the falls) - first time I scrapped my knee, second time I fractured my tail bone, third time I broke my retainers into pieces and locked my jaw when my face met the cement. That third fall took almost a year of therapy with a jaw specialist to fix so I switched from Nike to Saucony. I have not fallen in the 380 miles I've ran in the Saucony shoes.
- Well balanced and works well for me at the gym too
- The fabric part of the shoe is poorly made. My toes started putting a hole on the top and side of the shoes after about 300 miles. I do cut my toe nails all the time but my toes are a little weird so perhaps my physiology is partly to blame. I did also put a hole in my Allbirds with less than 6 months of normal/infrequent wear. That being said, I did not ever put a hole in my Nike Free shoes
- I don't like the way this shoe laces up. If I lace it tightly, it feels like it's choking my ankle and makes the running movement quite uncomfortable. If I lace it loosely, I get more blisters. I did not have this issue with other running shoes.
Over all, for the cheap price of $50, I'll purchase this shoe over and over again. It'll get me a good 350-400 running miles per pair. I will never purchase this at full price again though. It's not worth the $160 price tag.