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Kinvara TR

rated 5 of 5 stars Everything you want with barefoot running and none of the stuff you don't. If this shoe was a weapon, it would be a sniper rifle. It's just that sharp. There are no margins here, which makes it an awesome trail shoe in varying surfaces; you want your foot to go over there — it goes there, BAM! It doesn't slip about a little in the shoe, it doesn't give a damn if you wanted a little give. It's a scalpel, it's technical, it's responsive, it's a fast train and your legs are the engines. You want… Full review

Adventerra GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Saucony has quietly released what may be the perfect fast-and-light hiking boot: the Saucony Adventerra GTX. Available for men and women, the boot is modeled on Saucony's award-winning Peregrine trail runner, but with high-top construction, a robust Vibram sole, and a Gore-tex liner. The boot is stable on bad terrain and with a pack, waterproof, extremely comfortable, and weighs in at 15 oz. I have put the Adventerra through snow, rocks, torrential rain, slick mud, and more, and it has never let… Full review

ProGrid Outlaw

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A very comfortable shoe, but not my favorite Sauconys. A sufficient trail runner with ankle support, but I question Backpacker Magazine's reviewer supporting the idea of backpacking with these. I purchased these trail runners on clearance from a running store, and decided to give them a try. The size is true to fit (9.5), and parallels Saucony's other products in size. I have been a long time supporter of this brand. The lacing eyelets do not have metal rings, and after wearing them for about 20-ish… Full review

ProGrid Peregrine 2

rated 4 of 5 stars Great shoe — lightweight, low profile. Great shoe — lightweight, low profile. True to size. No break-in. A bit less arch support than other running shoes I've owned. Airy. Full review

ProGrid Razor 2.0

rated 5 of 5 stars Great for stream crossing/off trail recovery! Better than any slippers when you're over 25 miles from any car!!! I'm never having any problem stubbing my toes fording! I pair these with waterproof pants/and/or gaiters for water crossing, and I'm WELL covered. These fit extremely comfortable, like a Saucony does. I prefer a real shoe after an all day hike, as opposed to Crocs or Vibram 5 toes. Their fit is true to size, and they're well supported with the proper insoles. The hook and loop at the… Full review

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Saucony Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Outdoor Retailer: The Gear Scene at Demo Day
We run for the kids, eat yummy s'mores bars, and check out the gear and equipment at Outdoor Retailer's Open Air Demo. Read more
August 3, 2011

New Barefoot and Minimalist Trail Footwear
Barefoot and minimal footwear is growing in popularity, including among the outdoor set. Whether you’re interested in going all in (barefoot) or want to ease into the idea (minimalist or lightweight), here are the latest trail offerings for 2011. Read more
March 16, 2011


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