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Shoe Review: Saucony Ride 7

July 21st, 2014


With the seventh edition of the Ride model, Saucony continues its tradition of providing a highly cushioned neutral shoe with an elemental feel. While trends over previous years have been focused on minimalism, Saucony has instead catered to many runners still looking for additional cushioning. Across the brand, Saucony has committed to lowering weight, lowering offsets, and creating a platform that sits closer to the ground, yet still providing more cushioning than a bare to the bone minimal or barefoot engineered shoe. The Ride has become a staple trainer for the neutral runner looking for a soft underfoot feel.

Summary:

  • 8mm offset (28mm heel, 20mm forefoot)
  • 9.3 ounces in weight
  • Removal of medial shank creates a more flexible feel and reduces weight.
  • Addition of plush rubber pods provides a soft feel.
  • 20% greater ground contact due to redesigned outsole
  • Additional vertical flex grooves in forefoot make toe-off smoother

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The Saucony Ride 7: A Continued Focus on Traditional

February 7th, 2014

One of the trends amongst running shoe companies that we’ve noticed recently is the increased focus on more mainstream, traditional footwear options. Though minimal and lightweight were very much in vogue over previous years, manufacturers are realizing that their core traditional trainers continue to be the driving forces within the running world, as most runners are sticking to their tried and true cushioned and supportive shoes. Read more…

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