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Saucony ProGrid Ride 2


$95.00 Released June, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good support for runners with supination issues. Offers plenty of space for wider feet. Cushioning highly effective, even compared to other runners.

The Cons:Focus on cushioning and comfort reduces power transfer, meaning slower runs. Unusually large toe box reduces the amount of response the shoe gives.

The Saucony ProGrid Ride 2 is an entry-level running and everyday training shoe that uses Saucony's ProGrid sole technology to help spread out the force of impact over the foot. It is also supposed to make for a smoother transition while the foot is in contact with the ground.

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It has a liner around the top of the shoe that wicks moisture away and is supposed to provide upper-shoe area comfort for areas that contact the skin. It also has a foam insole liner that has cushioning and rebound properties, as well as being anti-microbial. The heel area is also supposed to be well-protected from shock, as are other points of impact on the foot, like the ball.

Features

  • Released June 2009
  • Intended for running/everyday training
  • Lightweight, 11.5 oz
  • Anti-microbial foam insole with cushioning and rebound
  • Shock absorbing/dissipating heel area
  • Shock reduction for other areas of the foot
  • Comfort and moisture-wicking liner around tongue and opening
  • Smooth transition during contact with ground
  • Men's and women's versions available

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Pros
  • 2

    good support for runners with supination issues

  • 1

    offers plenty of space for wider feet

  • 1

    cushioning highly effective, even compared to other runners

  • 1

    the mesh top is surprisingly durable, resists tears

  • 1

    strong shock absorption greatly reduces the chance of knee injury

  • 1

    plenty of room in the toe box avoids blisters

Cons
  • 2

    focus on cushioning and comfort reduces power transfer, meaning slower runs

  • 1

    unusually large toe box reduces the amount of response the shoe gives

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