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The Saucony Kinvara 7 boasts a handful of significant changes from previous versions. However, runners who have been loyal to the Kinvara line will continue to enjoy the shoe’s lightweight, responsive ride. Key differences between the 6 and 7 include updates to the outsole, midsole cushioning system, and the upper


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The Saucony Hurricane Iso 2 is a cushioned stability shoe that will impress current fans of the Hurricane line of shoes, but may not bring enough to the table to stand out against the competition



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The Saucony Omni 14 is a fresh breath of air to the stability shoe game. It offers a high amount of support but doesn't sacrifice flexibility because of it


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The Saucony Cohesion 8s are excellent inexpensive daily trainers that out perform some higher end running shoes. Durable, and comfortable, they’re a great fit for almost any entry level runner


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The technology used in the Runshield upper does exactly what it is supposed to and keeps your feet dry even in moderate to heavy rains


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This 6th iteration of the Saucony Kinvara fortunately does not boast any major deviations from version 5. After only a couple of runs in the Kinvara 6, I knew that this shoe would likely be one of my favorites of


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The Saucony Nomad TR is an incredibly comfortable trail shoe perfect for hard-packed dirt and gravel trails. The fit is superior and the sole is grippy and tacky without being sticky



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The Saucony Ride 8 comes from a lineage of successful models and proves itself to still be a great durable trainer for neutral runners. It's not the lightest out there, but that won't matter when you notice how durable they are


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The newest Hurricane is not likely to change any previous held opinions as it follows the same path as its recent predecessors. The shoe still delivers a mild dose of stability with adequate cushioning and a feel for the ground underneath. For those who are interested in transitioning to a less structured shoe designed with a


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The Saucony Zealot was my first shoe that could be considered maximally cushioned - even if its on the lower end of the maximal scale, and I’m hooked. The midsole is obviously the highlight of this shoe, and it makes every landing soft without robing too much extra energy, while the sumptuous upper fits in well with the


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