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About Saucony

Committed to producing high-quality Saucony running shoes for men and women, Saucony incorporates the latest technologies to tailor a solution for every individual runner.

Latest Saucony customer reviews
Amazing shoe, great for many running purposes
Kinvara 5 Review:
I use this shoe, Saucony Kinvara for all of my running. For neighborhood and around town training runs at any distance up to 20 miles on pavement. For road race distances 5k, 10k, to half marathons so far. I've also used them for trail races such as Pikes Peak Ascents and Marathons, and even a trail 50k. I strongly believe, after at least 2,400 miles spread out over my first four pairs of Kinvaras, that the lower profile and low 4 mm heel to toe drop has made me a better runner. The light weight and responsiveness is great for racing and they also have just enough cushion to accommodate your frequent 4 to 12 mile training runs, and even farther as they promote your running form to one that is more natural and neutral if it isn't that way already. The durability is greater than I expected for such a light shoe too. What looks like a minimal use of the harder longer wearing outer sole rubber is actually for me an ideal amount in just the right places. I put 641 miles on the last pair I retired and still didn't run the bottoms off of them. Some compression of the softer midsole and my big toe's slight bunion eventually wearing through the upper were the determining factors to retire my Kinvaras. My only real complaint is that there hasn't been a trail version of this shoe since around 2012. The only difference between that trail version and the road shoe was the effective addition of a rock shield made from what looked like a light, woven layer of Kevlar or something. The tread patterns were the same and worked well enough on trail.
great shoes great website great service!!!!!!!!!!!
Jazz Original Review:
everything is great with this
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Stabil CS 3 Review:
Road running; not a severe pronator, but I like the support, control, and comfort; 5th or 6th pair; hope they don't change it; Tried the Redeemer: less support, wears out quicker, laces even start to wear after a few runs.
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Excursion TR9 Review:
The shoes I ordered are exactly what I expected!! I love these shoes for working in healthcare. They are very comfortable and durable. I was very happy to receive my shoes and try them on before having to pay for them!! Great concept :)
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Mystic Review:
This shoe is my "go-to" running shoe. I have used it for years. The back of the shoe by the heel is low, so it helps prevent blisters during long runs. I have wide feet and the mesh side feel very comfortable considering my foot width. It is light weight and it gives me a lot of lift when running.

About Saucony

In 1910, Abraham Hyde, a Russian immigrant and cobbler, opened a shoe store in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His specialty was "carpet slippers" made from remnants of colorful old rugs. In 1932, Abraham Hyde created his first athletic footwear: "pleasure skates" for his ice-skating customers. Under the direction of Abraham's son, Maxwell C. Hyde, the athletic line expanded to include baseball shoes, roller boots and bowling shoes.

During World War II, Hyde produced Army boots, and was the only American shoe company to receive the esteemed Army-Navy E Award for manufacturing excellence. After the war, Hyde resumed the production of athletic shoes, and in 1952 purchased the Illinois Athletic Shoe Company. During the '60s the company was chosen by NASA to produce footwear for the early astronauts. The boots worn by the first astronaut to walk in space carried the Hyde label!

In 1968, Hyde again expanded by acquiring the Saucony Shoe Manufacturing Company of Kutztown, Pennsylvania. Saucony running shoes were the closely kept secret of a small group of serious runners until 1977. That year, one of the Saucony shoes was recognized with a best-quality award by a top U.S. magazine. The resulting publicity established the Saucony name and its reputation for the high quality and innovative technical performance for which Saucony athletic shoes are known today.

Since then, Saucony has continued to produce quality shoes for serious and casual athletes, including Saucony walking shoes, Saucony sneakers, running shoes and more.

The popular Saucony ProGrid collection is a favorite among men, women, and child runners of all ages and levels with its cushioned comfort, superior support and stability.