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Saucony ProGrid Ride 4 Running Shoes - 9


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  • Heel ProGrid - Excellent shock absorption and cushioning to ensure a responsive ride.
  • *UPDATED* SuperLight (SSL) EVA - Designed for a responsive, resilient forefoot cushioning. Offering better compression set and better memory. To the runner this will feel more cushioned and will absorb impact better, but will also be up to 15% more durable, so it returns to it's original shape meaning the cushioning in your shoes lasts longer.
  • Outer Material: Synthetic
  • Shoe Width: D mens_us
  • *UPDATED* SRC XTRA - For a more responsive, cushioned toe-off.
  • SRC Forefoot Cushioning - This will help give you an unrivalled ride.
  • *UPDATED* Modified contour last - Boasting both comfort and long-lasting durability.
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The Saucony ProGrid Ride 4 is an updated version of the Ride. Providing a superbly cushioned and responsive ride for neutral runners, this shoe ticks all the boxes a regular runner would need. This shoes is crammed with Saucony's latest technology and boasts great value for money. RUNNER'S WORLD AWARD: Best Update - September, 2011

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Better Than the Omni 7's 10 Feb. 2010
By Matthew Tobey - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: WhiteSize Name: 8 Verified Purchase
Full disclosure: I'm a former couch potato that has been running for about 3 years. I run about 25-30 miles per week, almost exclusively in Saucony Omnis. I started with the Omni 6's which are still my favorites for support, weight, comfort, and just plain overall feel. When they changed to the Omni 7, it didn't feel right so I tried a Brooks shoe. Why is this relevant? Because, for me, the Saucony Omni 8 is (nearly) a return to what I love about the almost extinct Omni 6. I've got about 150 miles on my 8's and they seem to be holding up pretty well (especially on the inside of the shoe just below the ankle where my moving foot sometimes hits my planted foot while running).

If you think one running shoe is just as good as the next, well..this one is.

If you left the Saucony brand, this shoe might be worth trying on next time you're at the running store.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good shoe for large runners 16 May 2010
By J. Bigger - Published on Amazon.com
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I run 12-15 miles a week, am 34 years old, 5'10" & 215, have narrow flat feet with slight over pronation. If I get the wrong running shoe, I will know in a couple of weeks because I will start getting shin splints or patellar tendonitis. I have gone thru two pair of the Saucony Omni 7s over the last year, and when it was time to buy again, I went with these. I have put about 50 miles on them or so far with no unusual aches or pains. They are a little bit more flexible then the Omni 7's and they are just a little loose for my narrow foot and ankle but not too bad. I think if you're built like me and run about as much as I do; these are good bang for the buck shoes.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Shoe! 13 Jan. 2011
By T Lindsay - Published on Amazon.com
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I am currently rotating between two pairs of these for 35-mile weeks, and have retired a third pair at the end of its life. Last weekend I ran a 1:50:09 half marathon in a pair of these with ~170 miles on them.

I bought my first pair of these in December 2009 to replace a pair of Saucony Triumphs; I was running about 15 miles per week and was a little over 200 lbs (I'm 6'1"); I intended to really step up the running for 2010 and chose the Omni 8 for the job. They have held up remarkably well as I've increased both speed and mileage over the last year.

They are great for me - excellent support, good stability in what's still a fairly light shoe. In my first pair, the support was practically as good as new until about 550 miles, which is a *long* life, especially since I was kind of on the heavy side at the outset. I pushed them too long, and in the last 50 miles I noticed them really breaking down; but they held together much better than I expected. My other pairs are at 170 and 70 miles; I find they take a good 50 miles to break in.

I do plan to add another, different shoe into my rotation for speed work and for variety, but these shoes are certainly some great all-around running shoes.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Walking on pillows 27 Dec. 2010
By cosman - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a walker and put on about 15-20 miles a week on my shoes. My current pair has approx 500 miles on them and are still pretty supportive but I am ready for a new pair. I was always under the impression that running shoes were only for runneres. What a mistake I made. I had my feet fitted at Fleet Feet in Northfield, Ohio and ended up purchasing the above shoe. I was having slight discomfort in my lower calves at the time which quickly went away after walking with the Sauconys. The support was fantastic and felt like I was walking on pillows. I never thought I would pay over $100 for a pair of athletic shoes. Now I understand the phrase "you get what you pay for". I purchased these shoes at Amazon because they are last years model and not easy to find retail. The great thing is, since they are last years model the price dropped to $67 a pair. Quite a savings over the $110 I paid last year.

So if there any walkers out there reading this review, go get yourself fitted with a quality running shoe and hit the internet for some real saving. I have never walked in a more comfortable shoe. I keep my old ones around and wear them as slippers around the house. I never wear my primary walking shoes for casual use so it is nice to have seconds around for that purpose.

Thanks and take care.

Jim
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Solved Pain Issues 4 Feb. 2011
By Jason E. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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After running several times a week for years with little or no pain (and normal pronation), I started developing calf pain after runs of 5+ miles. Worried about my trusty (but old) New Balance shoes, I bought another pair of running shoes. No difference -- same pain. After a few more months I had enough of a problem that I consulted with some running experts who recommended that I try the Omni 8's. I was skeptical that a shoe could solve my issue at that point, but was desperate enough that I actually gave it a shot. The Omni 8's are unbelievably ugly (really, did you have to put *glitter* on them Saucony???), but they IMMEDIATELY solved my pain issues. I'm talking zero pain within one week. It was like a miracle cure. Great shoe.
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