Saucony Men’s Guide 8 Running Shoe,Navy/Blue/Silver,7 M US

January 21, 2016 - Comment

Built for the mild overpronator who requires a combination of cushioning and stability. Breathable mesh upper with strategically placed synthetic overlays. Dynamic Fit adapts to the foot’s movement throughout the entire stride. Plush tongue and collar for added comfort. RUNDRY collar lining wicks moisture to provide a more comfortable, drier feel. Molded EVA ComfortLite Sockliner┢

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Built for the mild overpronator who requires a combination of cushioning and stability. Breathable mesh upper with strategically placed synthetic overlays. Dynamic Fit adapts to the foot’s movement throughout the entire stride. Plush tongue and collar for added comfort. RUNDRY collar lining wicks moisture to provide a more comfortable, drier feel. Molded EVA ComfortLite Sockliner┢ contours to the shape of the foot to better support the arch and reduce peak pressure points in the forefoot. HRC+ Strobel Board features an additional 3mm of EVA foam enhanced step-in comfort. Full-length PowerGrid┢ centers the foot, absorbs impacting shock, and distributes pressure for an allover smoother, more responsive ride. Dual-density SSL (Saucony Super Lite) EVA optimizes rebound and durability while maintaining a light weight. SRC (Super Rebound Cushioning) Impact Zone helps attenuate shock, setting the foot up for a smoother transition. Midsole Height:
Heel/Toe: 26 mm/18 mm
Differential: 8 mm IBR┢ (Injection Blown Rubber) outsole compound is strategically placed where cushioning and response are most needed. XT-900┢ carbon rubber outsole material delivers exceptional traction and long-lasting wear. Outsole flex grooves ensures the foot moves with the runner. Imported.

Comments

BC61 says:

Subtle Change From the 7’s But Not A Benefit to Me I’ve worn Saucony Guide shoes since they were Guide 4’s and loved them all, until the 8’s. I’ve never had a break in problem with changing to a new model # and consisetntly get 400 miles out of them. Something changed with the Guide 8’s and the way the top piece has been applied (where the lace eyelets are) and the shoes now seem to have a bit more stiffness near the toe – enough to cause blisters on the tops of my feet at the bottom lace. They also somehow get tight during long runs, something I never found with Guide 4, 5, 6, or 7’s.I do love Saucony’s and plan to stick with them, but I may have to keep a few pairs of Guide 7’s in inventory until they release the 9’s (which hopefully will go back to the old top piece).

Buffalo Gal says:

Narrow Toe Box I bought this in a 7.52E. Saucony’s 2E shoes used to have a roomy toe box but not any more. Fit is more like a D width. This shoe could maybe be worn without socks or a very thin sock, but not recommended. Back they go.

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