Saucony made some big changes when they introduced the Triumph 9, and the Triumph 10 is more of an evolution than a groundbreaking new model. It stays plenty light for the features it offers, and retains the 8mm offset introduced on the Triumph 9. PowerGrid cushioning also remains for maximum shock absorption.
What to Watch For
- New Upper: Supportive underlays sit below wide-gauge open mesh. (The overlays are most clearly visible on the Men’s White/Green model.)
- More Dynamic Platform: The redesigned crash pad features three decoupled pods for a smoother landing, while a fifth flex groove has been added to the forefoot for better responsiveness at toe-off.