- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
- Ultra-grippy PWR TRAC outsole with lower tread pattern for a great road-to-trail
- Oblique toe box allows for maximum splay at toe-off for added stability
- 3mm EVERUN top sole construction for continuous cushioning throughout the run
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From the road to the trails and beyond, the kona TR is the perfect hybrid for your run. Featuring a pwr track outsole with a lower lug height, the kona TR has a great underfoot feeling on hard surfaces but enough ‘teeth’ and grip to keep you sure-footed on uneven surfaces. An Everun top sole provides extra energy return to every foot strike, while the reinforced upper protects and locks down the foot.
Saucony is among the most respected names in running shoes. We offer a wide range of running and walking shoes, each with the Saucony trademark fit, feel and performance. We've spent years studying the biomechanics of top athletes. Our goal? To develop creatively engineered systems that maximize your performance in your specific activity, allowing you to focus on the activity instead of the equipment. From our 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.
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01N7KUJVJ
- Item model number: S20390-1
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 6, 2017
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First: Buy a half size up. I am normally a 10.5US, but bought a size 11 based on previous reviews. That advice was spot on and glad I did. They are snug without being tight.
Second: That tread is pretty sweet. Here in the front range foothills west of Denver, Colorado I run a combination of packed dirt, rocky technical, and decomposed granite trails with the occasional foray into untracked tundra. I usually have a small amount of road on the way as well. The grip has so far been substantial and reassuring despite the low height of the lugs. I was concerned I would have to go with the much more aggressively lugged ST version, but I need not have worried. Unless you plan on running almost exclusively in muddy terrain, think about the TR (it’s also $20 cheaper!).
Third: Fit. It has a nice wide toebox and the laces can get snug without becoming uncomfortable. I have a hard-to-fit, narrow foot with a high arch and so far haven’t noticed any hot spots. The tongue is well padded and stays put. I can usually get through a whole run with a single knot and not retie, so the laces are well made. My heel stays planted and engaged. The only time I have any issues is during off-camber descents. The shoe has a subtle tendency to roll on my foot on these sections and, while staying planted on the trail, is somewhat less than confidence inspiring. It’s hard to tell if this is break in, my particular foot shape, or a flaw of the design. Not a deal breaker by any means, but one of the few downsides I’ve encountered.
Finally: Everun. It’s awesome and it works. I have had a couple pair of Adidas Ultraboost and currently road run in the Saucony Freedom ISO. I am a believer in TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane). This material was registered by BASF, and is both Boost and Everun. It is much more durable than standard shoe midsole material while returning much more energy to your stride. While not as overt as in the Ultraboost shoe, the material still demonstrates excellent rebound after your foot strike and I’ll wager you’ll notice. Love TPU. Thanks, chemistry!
Summary: I like these shoes. Don’t have much to say about durability yet as this is basically a first take, but so far I like. I have run in Saucony, Brooks, Hokas, Merrels, Adidas, and Nike and these rank...highly. My heretofore favorite has been the Nike Wildhorse/Terra Kiger, but these Koas will test my allegiance. Hope this helps!