Better than the adidas supernova as I found too tight in midfoot and not as stable as the saucony. These also do not have to be racing shoes, but can just be used as trainers to keep your speed up during races. I've been running in a number of different models of Saucony Triumphs for a good ten years now if not more. One thing to note is that these have different accent colors on the bottom of the soles and shoestrings. Reviewers were right, they run short so I got an 8, instead of 7. They are true to size and width. I should have said that those familiar with the previous version will notice that really the only piece kept the same between the two versions is the outsole design.
If you have sweaty feet, this may not be the shoe for you. The topsole is glued down, and the insole does not slip at all. The men's versions of the shoes weigh 10. Very soft and comfortable with plush cushioning. Users report that the shoes tend to run true to size, but may be tight in the midsole and forefoot areas. However, running shoe lab tests still show that the Saucony Guide 10 provides quite a bit of cushioning to runners.
Injection Blown Rubber has been added to the forefoot of this model and it serves to increase comfort, flexibility and helps to put that extra spring in your step. Highly recommend and will definitely buy again. The good amount of ground contact in both running shoes should also help you achieve smoother heel-to-toe transitions. We liked this a lot when we tried them out. Saucony Guide 10 provides a very cushy, smooth, and comfortable ride to overpronators. The shoe continues to have a sock-like feel that makes it great to run in.
These updates have created a great shoe, and one I will happily continue wearing past this review. Allowing the foot to get some airflow helps to ward off blisters and to prevent hot spots from developing. I ran out of steam in the Vomero quicker, I did like the vomero though. The shoe performed great on both surfaces. They fit well enough, but I can never get them tight enough. You will also see reflective material along the upper to help runners be seen when running at night.
The heel is also really short. Your feet will still get wet, but not to the point of being uncomfortable. While the thicker soles provide for more comfort, a runner is still able to feel their foot hit the ground with every step. When unboxing, I thought these shoes were very visually appealing. I've since started rotating it with the Cohesion and find this combination works for me. Overall, the flexibility of this model was reduced when compared to older models, having an impact on the level of comfort. The new design provides an increased level of that was previously missing.
There is a lovely tool for choosing shoe size. I one because other reviewers said it ran wide, though a little short. Simple overlays help stabilize your foot. This allows the heel and arch to as well as the toes and creates a more even comfort level throughout the whole shoe. I'd recommend a fully cotton sock. Model number four has improved its cushioning in the midsole, created an ultra comfortable form-fitting upper made of mesh, and a thicker outsole for better durability and flexibility.
The fall marathon season is drawing to a close, but if you are considering a 26. If you don't know what offset means, don't worry an 8 mm drop is a nice in-between that you really wont notice unless you're running more than 25 miles a week. Once I got the right size I love them. A unique feature of this model is that the breathable mesh runs along the entire length of the shoe instead of just the upper part of the foot near the toes. I am not sure I would wear this shoe in a race, but the responsiveness and support make it great for just about any distance. The rubber between the grooves are slightly wider for enhanced ground contact. I will say they did take a few runs to break-in and at first I thought they might be too narrow but they loosened up and are now perfect.
Now it may be that my big feet are getting even bigger, in which case, feel free to disregard everything I've said about size. Design As far as appearance goes, I usually go for darker colors so I got the dark grey-black. It gives a more adaptive fit and has more ventilation due to the bigger holes. This version of the Saucony Triumph has a different fit than last year's version. I've been injury free in the many years I've run in the Cohesion and hope to stay that way with the Triumph in rotation. Love the extra cushioning and snug forming fit of the Triumph. This increase in lateral flexibility gives the shoe the versatility to function during both long distance runs and fast-paced short runs.