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- Synthetic and Mesh
- Synthetic sole
- Weight: 10.4 oz/295g
- Designed for the neutral to under-pronator
- Redesigned crashpad with three fully decoupled, independently responsive pods
- Deeper flex grooves through the forefoot
- PowerGrid midsole
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- Running shoe:
- Applications: part asphalt, part gravel & forest trail
- Training area: training oriented running
- Foot pronation:
- Neutral / light Uberpronation
- Walking style alignment:
- midfoot striker
- heel striker
- Blasting: 8
- season: Whole Year Product
- Running shoe equipment:
- Combination type: standard lacing
- Outer sole:
- Profile: non-slip trail profile
- Model: anti-bacterial inlay sole
- Weight 1 shoe: 295 g
- Weight per Pair: 690 g
- product specific size information: obviously smaller size
- Fit: comfortable cut
Men's Triumph 10 Running Shoe
At a Glance:
- Lightweight, highly cushioned running shoe with breathable open-mesh upper
- Sauc-Fit locks midfoot to the platform for a secure fit
- PowerGrid technology for plush cushioning, support and less impact
- Molded sockliner and HydraMAX lining for comfort
- iBR+ on the outsole provides soft, smooth underfoot feel
A lighter-weight update of one of Saucony's classic styles, the Men's Triumph 10 Running Shoe delivers cushioned support with every stride. The Triumph 10 features PowerGrid foam midsole technology to help protect you from the road while propelling you through your stride. XT-900 carbon rubber in the outsole provides a steady step on a variety of terrain. Available in a range of colors and in both men and women's sizes, the Triumph 10 helps you push your training to the next level.
Mesh Upper and Impact Interface
With its breathable open-mesh upper and sleek, lightweight design, the Triumph 10 keeps your foot secure and stable during your run. A re-designed crashpad features three pods that respond independently to movement, enabling smoother landings and transitions. And an impact interface isolates and distributes impact with every heel strike to minimize stress on joints and muscles.
Sauc-Fit and PowerGrid Technology
For a snug, no-slip fit, the Triumph 10 features Sauc-Fit, a fit system that securely locks the midfoot to the platform.
For additional stability and heel support, the Triumph 10 incorporates Saucony's PowerGrid technology to effectively center the foot, absorb impact, and redistribute pressure to provide a smooth, even stride.
ComfortLite Sockliner and HydraMAX Lining
A molded sockliner built from premium EVA cradles the heel in contoured comfort, providing arch support while reducing pressure on the forefoot. HydraMAX lining on the collar wicks away moisture. For additional comfort, an extra 3 millimeters of foam covers the strobel board.
XT-900 and iBR+ Outsole
XT-900 carbon rubber on the outsole offers incredible traction on a variety of surfaces. iBR+ (injection blown rubber) is lighter and provides three times more cushioning than standard blown rubber.
What's in the Box
Saucony Men's Triumph 10 Running Shoe.
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0084XWHWO
- Item model number: Triumph 10-M
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 1, 2009
- 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.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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This shoe is much lighter in construction. I generally put 200 miles on a shoe before I retire them. We will see how well they hold up. I had read one review where a person had trouble with the tongue slipping to one side. I did experience this . I fixed it by re-lacing the shoe. Anyway. It's really early to tell. It can take several weeks and maybe another pair of shoes to tell if these will become personal favorites for me. But so far, I am very pleased. Price was right and delivery was exceptional. Anybody who uses a cushioned shoe should give these a try.
I have been using Nike and wanted to try something new. So I bought it online from Amazon.
The shoe fits perfectly. I didn’t have any issues with the fit and initial feel. Generally, it takes few days before you start feeling comfortable in your new shoes. However, for me, it was perfect from the start. I didn’t feel uncomfortable when I tried them initially. I could walk longer. I didn’t feel much pain in my heels because of extra cushioning available. Now after using them regularly for almost 3 months, I can run faster and longer. I don’t feel any pain in my heels and these shoes seems to surprise me every time I use.
I love wearing them. They are comfortable, worth the price tag definitely and light. You will find similar reviews online at Amazon or other web pages, but I can assure you from my personal experience. I use them every day for running on treadmill. Earlier, I would have to massage my feet after the workout, but now there is no need for any massage. I have tried many insoles. You name it and I would have tried it. With these pairs, you don’t need to spend any extra money on the insoles. With the amount of cushioning available, you will not probably need any insoles at all.
I have never tried Saucony before this pair. I am definitely going to buy another very soon. It doesn’t matter whether you are big or not, these are just simply awesome.
Love them, cannot wait to hit the gym !!!!
P.S. this time I am giving 5 stars
Yesterday I strapped a Ride on one foot, a Triumph on the other, and took off up a 2 1/2 mile hill with a 500' rise (but I will admit - more jogging than running). The feel of both shoes was practically identical. Arch the same, cushioning (which is actually supposed to be more in the Triumph) the same. Fit the same - with the exception of toe box feeling ever so slightly looser on the Rides (which is probably because they're really broken in). The only noticeable difference is that the Triumph sole flexes a little more at the toes - which actually gives me a better toe-off.
Today I ordered a second pair. One will be for street. The white ones have a lot of bling without looking gaudy or tacky, and they were noticed when I was out in them Saturday night.
Fit is exactly what I would expect in a Saucony, but I'm a pretty average guy average feet (size 12 - 5'10" 155 pounds).
On the plus side the shoe is very good quality....very light..... and extremely comfortable and cushioned. As a note this is a "Neutral" running shoe. I had to return for a smaller size to get the right fit. I normally wear a 10 but exchanged for a 9 1/2.....maybe could have even worn a 9 in this shoe. So, in my opinion it is somewhere between 1/2 and 1 size larger than most