I'm a serious under- pronator, and find that soft, neutral shoes work for me, and the Ride is super soft, so if your looking for a springy shoe, this ain't it. We thank the nice people at Saucony for sending us a pair of Ride 10 to test. Note: The weight of a running shoe depends on the size of the running shoe, so any weights mentioned in this review may differ from the weight of the running shoe you choose to wear. Sole The definition between the outsole and midsole is relatively blurred with this shoe. I would definitely recommend trying out these shoes to anyone struggling with similar issues.
The type of rubber used is also pretty similar to past models, where they use a cushioned blown rubber in low wear areas and a harder durable rubber in high wear areas. If it fits you it has broad in-elastic upper you might look a Salming Greyhound. I also wish they would add some bright colors. The sole is clearly designed for road use and for this, I have no complaints. More room in the toe box, a more flexible forefoot, better transition, and slightly softer in the ride department, and nice and airy.
The transition of the Ride is much more smooth, and overall the shoe feels a little lower than the Cumulus. While there are many subjective aspects to how a shoe feels or even fits , matters such as consistency in quality manufacturing and materials are easily observable. Although quite a bit heavier the Brooks Glycerin 17 is another to look at. This lack of a snug fit makes it less than ideal for high performance training, but ok for the longer stuff. This only happened on one of my runs, but the fact that it happened at all is concerning to me.
Saucony Ride 10 Conclusions Saucony Ride 10 — Heel The Saucony Ride 10 is a popular shoe, and it makes sense. But, my 50 miles of testing found that the shoes at least look good for now. . It has a transparent look to heighten the visuals of the external layer. While I do a lot of my running on trails, and will continue to use the Rides for this purpose, I would not recommend them for this. The heel is firmer and bulkier, so the back half of the shoe is significantly more rigid. However, the lack of a bevel will exacerbate the pronation of anyone landing flat on the heel.
It's almost as if they need more material higher up on the sides of the ankle. Just about the perfect amount of cushion and firmness for a daily trainer. A week later I ran my first marathon in them Atlanta and my feet never hurt! But soon after my first run, I quickly added up the distance in these shoes. I find that they fit very well in my size 9. Please use your own good judgment before making a purchase. Social cookies: To allow you to share your reaction through 'likes' or commentary.
January 28th 2019 Comments: Great shoe Saucony, Way to go, do not change em please. Saucony Ride 10 — Sole The amount of cushion is great for almost any run. Running shoes of the same size were compared for this review. The forefoot got very hard, plus I didn't feel I had the same control and road feel that Mizunos gave me. Shopping through links on articles help support RoadTrail Run and is much appreciated! Another improvement to the upper is the heel grab and lockdown. I found the shoe to just fit big.
April 9th 2019 Comments: Very pleased after my first 5 miler with the overall cushioning without feeling mushy, but it is still responsive. I have purchased several pairs, and have gotten about 5 months of daily use out of the first two pairs. My sample was a half size up from my normal as Saucony did not have half sizes. It allows a smoother ride throughout the gait cycle. It has a contoured midfoot to support and cushion the arch, as well. The suggestion was I needed something between the and in terms of support. The amount of guidance in each shoe is minimal, and both are great options for neutral runners.
A smart use of reflective material up the back of the shoe makes this shoe even easier to use as a daily trainer if you ever take them out at night. Best for runners with a low arch. This foam unit offers responsive cushioning. We place and use different types of cookies for the following purposes: Functional cookies: To make our websites work as intended. July 10th 2019 Comments: The shoes fit awesome from the first time I ran with them.
First, along with the outer edge of the midsole, they added some feathered black coloring to make the midsole tie into the upper. Neither are designed to provide any amount of guidance and the differences in inherent stability are negligible between the two. Hi Mark, Thanks for kind words. Saucony Ride vs Saucony Kinvara The Ride is the step up in terms of weight, cushion, and substantial feel from the Kinvara. For the outsole, using a flexible design with deep grooves helps ease your stride. It provides very little inherent stability and will allow the foot to be flexible.