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The Saucony Xodus ISO is a rugged yet comfortable trail shoe that is at the top of its class. The shoes are incredibly comfortable; there was virtually no stiffness during my first run with them. The lugs handle all trail terrain — mud, sand, dirt, rocks, etc. — with an unrelenting but reassuring grip for the runner


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The Saucony Omni 15 is the latest and greatest in this unique line of shoes. A complete overhaul of both the upper and sole unit gives a fresh breath of air while staying true to the shoe's foundation



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The Saucony Ride 9 continues the successful line of Ride shoes, making a few changes to the previous model to come in a smidgen lighter, while still providing a great trainer with the newest running tech


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The Saucony Guide 9 is a shoe that keeps on giving. Saucony's latest addition is leaps and bounds above previous installments with a smooth, fast comfortable ride


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The Saucony Breakthru 2 is a racing-inspired trainer designed to provide a neutral and firm ride. Although it’s lightweight, it’s durable enough to be used for daily training


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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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