Saucony Men's Powergrid Triumph 9 Running Shoe

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  • Running shoe-Training area: training oriented running
  • Season-season: Whole Year Product
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Product Description

  • Running shoe:
    • Alignment:
    • Applications: part asphalt, part gravel & forest trail
    • Training area: training oriented running
    • Foot pronation:
    • Walking style alignment:
      • midfoot striker
      • heel striker
    • Width:
  • Season:
    • season: Whole Year Product
  • Running shoe equipment:
    • Combination type: standard lacing
    • position reflectors:
  • Outer sole:
    • Material:
    • Profile: extremely abrasion resistant
  • Damper:
    • Model: on the back of the foot
  • Insole:
    • Model: anti-bacterial inlay sole
  • Achieve:
    • Model:
  • Weight 1 shoe: 309 g
  • Weight per Pair: 618 g
  • product specific size information: obviously smaller size
  • Fit: comfortable cut
  • Additional Information:
    • the most dynamic and most comfortable triumph of all times
    • perfect damping because of Power Grid
    • light and more dynamical due to flat midsole
    • 8mm offset
    • HRC Strobel Board technology
    • Comfortride inlay sole
    • Impact Interface Technology
    • SRC Impact Zone Technology
    • XT-900 Technology

Saucony is among the most respected names in running shoes. They offer a wide range of running and walking shoes, each with the Saucony trademark fit, feel, and performance. They've spent years studying the biomechanics of top athletes because the goal is to develop creatively engineered systems that maximize your performance, allowing you to focus on the activity instead of the equipment. From studies have come many innovative Saucony concepts. Advanced technologies like Grid, the first sole-based stability and cushioning system, provide an advantage to athletes of all types.

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005J2LLCA
  • Item model number: PowerGrid Triumph 9-M
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,143 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
    • Average Customer Review:
      4.5 out of 5 stars 172 customer reviews
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    By ken on November 12, 2011
    I have run in Saucony shoes for years, starting with the triumph 3 shoes all the way up to the triumph 7. Unfortunately the triumph 7 introduced a new, slightly porky mid sole connecting the forefoot and heel with a relatively stiff chunk of rubber. I tried a pair, but returned them after a few short, but painful heel-striking runs. I stocked up on Triumph 6's, ordering as many as I could, hoping to weather the storm until the next shoe. Unfortunately I run a fair bit so shoes only last a few months before they reach the 400 mile retirement point. With the triumph 8, things were improved, but not perfect, the shoe still felt like it had a slightly heavy awkward heel. Nearly out of triumph 6 shoes, I found myself shopping for other neutral + shoes. After trying nearly every brand, I found some good, workable shoes but nothing that rode or fit as well as the triumph 6 shoes.

    As soon as I saw the triumph 9 show up as available online I eagerly purchased a pair; the specs are impressive, nearly an ounce lighter than the triumph 8's, with new features such as 8mm offsets and an ibr+ rubber compounds.

    The smell of new shoes wafting out of the familiar red and brown box I pulled the new triumph 9's out. They look like an entirely new shoe. Gone is the characteristic Progrid "window" on the bottom; instead in its place is a simplistic Powergrid logo. Most importantly the awkward mid sole material that was added in the triumph 7 and 8 has been dramatically changed. First impression on fit is that the toe box is pretty big (actually just average compared to other brands). Gone are the round laces, instead the triumph 9 has flat laces. Shoe flexibility is good - much better than previous triumphs. Overall the shoe feels light, and somewhat minimalistic.
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    Size: 12.5 D(M) USColor: Silver/Navy/Citron Verified Purchase
    I've been wearing the Saucony Triumph running shoes since I bought my first pair of Triumph 4's. This version has the same roomy toe box and large ankle opening that I like from the previous models with the advantage of a less pronounced heel to toe drop. At over 220 lbs. I was afraid I'd miss the extra cushioning in the heel, but my ongoing efforts to land more mid-foot instead of on my heel have been rewarded with this shoe. Less rubber between the heel and the ground has promoted a better stride for me since the thickest part of the sole isn't hitting the ground as quickly as it did in the previous versions of this shoe.

    Very well ventilated and easy to unlace after a run.
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    Size: 13 D(M) USColor: Silver/Grey/Orange Verified Purchase
    Best running shoe I have owned. I started with the Triumph 6 and loved them, moved on to Triumph 7 when they came out and hated them (very uncomfortable). With my experience with the 7, I was hesitant to go back to Triumph, and skipped the 8, but others' reviews on the 9 convinced me to give them a try: This shoe combines great cushioning with great stability (though it is not a stability shoe). I highly recommend.
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    Size: 13 D(M) USColor: White/Royal/Yellow Verified Purchase
    Impossible to draw a comparison this early in the life of the shoe, but after a couple of 3-4 mile runs, these shoes (and my body) feel great. As a heavy guy (250+lbs), I usually wear Brooks Beast ($140). These Saucony's were a little more than 1/3 of that cost, and comparably comfortable so far. Even if they last half as long as the Brooks I'll be money ahead. Can't beat that.
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    Size: 10.5 D(M) USColor: Silver/Navy/Citron Verified Purchase
    I have been running in Saucony shoes for years, and settled on the Triumph as the best overall fit for my build and gait. Having worn the 7 and 8, I was really impressed with the changes, particularly the decreased heel drop and lighter weight, to the 9. This is by far the best shoe for long runs I have ever worn. I am a reasonably large runner (6 ft., 200) with normal gait. This shoe is perfect for me. I have since tried on the Triumph 10, and am not as impressed with the fit and feel. I will likely give that version a miss and just purchase another pair of the 9's to get me through the year. Great shoe!
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    Size: 11 D(M) USColor: White/Royal/Yellow Verified Purchase
    I have run with these shoes for about 6 months. I have put in about 20 miles per week. The Triumphs are the best pair of shoes I have owned in many years. The soles flex more naturally with the feet because they are injection molded as opposed to compression molded. The shoes have Saucony's proprietary 'powergrid' technology that provides cushioning & durability to the soles. The heel to toe drop is 8 mm which promotes a mid-foot stike thus making the run easier on the knees. I would highly recommended these shoes if you are a runner with a neutral gait.
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    By Dan on January 29, 2012
    I am 62 years old and an avid runner. I am not fast by any means but love to run. Just started running again last year and am running farther now than I ever have. I find Saucony fits and feels better than any other brand although Asiacs are not bad. Recently bought a pair of Saucony Triumph 9 and I believe they may be the best yet, at least for me. I am a mid-foot striker and neutral pronator and these do the trick. I have a pair of Triumph 8 but like these much more. BTW, I run around 20 miles a week and Saucony holds up well for me.
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    Size: 10 D(M) USColor: White/Royal/Yellow Verified Purchase
    This pair of shoes is even more comfortable than my Triumph 8's. probably because of the change from pro grid to power grid technology. I choose the shoe because of the high arch support and the heal (I am a heal striker). I have about 30 miles on this pair already and love them. I get about 500 miles per pair.
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