Recently the Saucony Type A9 racing shoes ended up on the best running shoes list for T3. Saucony also released two brand new pairs of running shoes, the Triumph 17 and the Guide 13, which both utilize their PWRRUN technology. Running shoes come in made shapes and sizes, and the more innovative they are the more attention they get. The Triumph 17 is the most cushioned shoe to date. It is also 28 percent lighter than Saucony’s previous foam, which is never a bad thing, especially when going on longer runs. The shoe also uses FORMFIT which is Saucony’s 3D approach to a fit that consists of an underfoot cradle construction that is topped with cushioning that shapes to your feet. The Triumph 17 also uses a new type of geometry at the heel and toe. An engineered mesh upper with 3D printed overlays provides flexibility as well as structure. It also features a crystal rubber TRIFLEX outsole for easier transitions.
The Guide 13 concentrates on cushioning and is also aimed at short-range runners as well as marathon runners. The shoe’s use of PWRRUN technology helps provide underfoot cushioning. The 13 also includes a new TPU guidance frame which guides your feel through the gait cycle. The Triumph 17 comes in 3 different colors for men, and 3 colors for women. With the Guide 13 also coming in similar colors. I’m hoping to see that Saucon will feature more 3D printing in their shoes soon.
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