Saucony Guide 10 Grey / Blue S20350-1 (Men's)
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Saucony Guide 10 Grey / Blue S20350-1 (Men's)

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Saucony Guide 10 Grey / Blue S20350-1 (Men's)
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The Saucony Guide 10 is a a moderate support road running shoe that offers a responsive underfoot feel with plenty of comfort. The shoe is a great option for training over any distance.

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  • A comfortable daily trainer with moderate support, the Saucony Guide 10 was built for runners of all levels looking for reliable cushioning on the roads. Utilizing SSL EVA cushioning paired with an Everun topsole, the Guide 10 offers a smooth ride with excellent energy return. A medial post is used to offer added pronation control for mild to moderate overpronators and a Tri-Flex outsole provides enhanced forefoot flexibility.
  • For added comfort and breathability, an Engineered mesh upper works with Flexfilm overlays to provide an adaptable midfoot wrap. A fantastic daily training option, for moderate overpronators, the Saucony Guide 10 offers comfort and cushioning to handle any distance.
Saucony Guide 10 Grey / Blue S20350-1 (Men's)
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Saucony Guide 10 Grey / Blue S20350-1 (Men's)
Saucony Pro Grid 10
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I have used numverous pairs of Saucony Pro Grid version 8 and below. I have no experience with version 9. This version, 10, is OK but I prefer all of the 8 and below versions. The 10 has noticeably less arch support which is disappointing. It also requires a short break-in period for me whereas no break-in period was required of older versions. On the plus side, the top mesh material seems more durable than version 8. My big toe tended to wear a hole in the top of version 8 but not with version 10. Overall durability with this shoe is about the same as previous models. I tend to get about 5-6 hundred miles of running with these shoes before needing to retire them to every day use. This is my second pair of version 10 and for now I will stay with the the Pro Grids until I find a shoe with better arch support that is similar to older versions.