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Saucony Running Shoes

Saucony has been makin shoes since 1898, where they started in Pennsylvania, USA. They have been making running shoes since 1968 and has been making quality athletic footwear ever since. Some notable shoes in the Saucony lineup are the Saucony ProGrid Omni 8 that won Editor’s Choice from Runners World in Summer 2009, and the Saucony ProGrid Jazz 12 that was given a Best Buy from Runners World in Fall 2009.

Saucony Omni 12 Review

Saucony Omni 12

The Saucony Omni 12 is one big, bad, surprisingly light stability running shoe. It’s got the features, foam and efficiency to keep runners of all sizes happy. Runner’s World gave the Omni 12 its Editor’s Choice Award in September 2013 for those reasons and more. Retailing for $120, the Saucony Omni 12 is one of the best, most innovative shoes on the market for runners with average arches.

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Saucony Kinvara 4 Review

Saucony Kinvara 4

The great become greater. Saucony did a bang-up job on its 2013 Kinvara update, retaining this neutral shoe’s lightweight, semi-minimal profile but bolstering its structure and the performance of its upper.

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Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 15 Review

Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 15

It’s amply cushioned, comfortable and very stable. The Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 15 doesn’t have every single thing a medium-arched runner could possibly want — but it has the important things. Many runners were thrilled when previously the Hurricane 14 came out, weighing much less than its forerunner and including new features such as the Sauc-Fit system to help hold the midfoot and heel in place.

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Saucony Triumph 10 Review

Saucony Triumph 10

With these improvements, the neutral Saucony Triumph running-shoe series had a rousing success with its 10th version. It’s a comfortable, well-balanced shoe that keeps high-arched underpronators running right for many miles.

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Saucony PowerGrid Cortana 2 Review

Saucony PowerGrid Cortana 2

The Saucony PowerGrid Cortana 2 is a very lightweight neutral running shoe built to satisfy those craving the minimalist experience but also want a shoe that looks sharp.

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Saucony ProGrid Ride 5 Review

Saucony ProGrid Ride 5

The Saucony ProGrid Ride 5 continues the trend of trimming weight and reducing heel-to-toe drop, yet still remains a solid neutral running shoe.

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Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 14 Review

Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 14

The Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 14 was a huge update from the previous version, dropping a huge amount of weight, but really just brought it more in line with other stability shoes.

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Saucony ProGrid Guide 6 Review

Saucony ProGrid Guide 6

The Saucony ProGrid Guide 6 is a shoe that kept things pretty similar to the Guide 5, which is great as they are both solid light stability running shoes.

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Saucony PowerGrid Cortana

Saucony PowerGrid Cortana

The Saucony PowerGrid Cortana had a big debut as a neutral shoe with a very small heel-to-toe drop to promote a flatter foot strike.

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Saucony ProGrid Guide 5 Review

Saucony ProGrid Guide 5

The Saucony ProGrid Guide 5 impresses with its shift towards a lighter shoe with a reduced heel-to-forefoot drop to be more “natural”. Great stability shoe that won RW Editor’s Choice in Spring 2012.

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Saucony ProGrid Guide 3

Saucony ProGrid Guide 3

If you are looking for a light stability shoe, the Saucony ProGrid Guide 3 focuses on the essentials that make a running shoe work. Couple small updates for this year’s model including a little more forefoot cushioning and Saucony’s Hydrator technology sock liner. I would recommend the Saucony ProGrid Guide 3 for mild overpronators looking for a light stability shoe.

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Saucony ProGrid Hurricane 12

Saucony ProGrid Hurricane 12

The Saucony ProGrid Hurricane line has always been known as a heavy duty stability running shoe, and the Saucony ProGrid Hurricane 12 is exactly that. This year’s model was updated with an expanded medial post that extends more into the rearfoot and also comes with a larger heel crash pad to better absorb all of the impacts that different runners with different running styles can have. I would recommend the Saucony Hurricane 12 for runners with moderate overpronation that need a Stability shoe on the higher end of the support spectrum.

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Saucony ProGrid Omni 8

Saucony ProGrid Omni 8

Saucony ProGrid Omni 8 is a Stability running shoe that has a bit more support than the average Stability shoe, yet was updated this year to have softer cushioning than prior models. The Omni 8 was given the Editor’s Choice award in the Runners World Summer 2009 Shoe Guide.

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