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- Hydrator collar lining, full length ProGrid, Impact Interface.
- Last: Standard Saucony Last for the classic Saucony fit; wide in the forefoot, narrow in the heel. Strobel technique. Cushioning material: Full length ProGrid with Respon-tek. Weight: 11.1 oz.
- Technology: ProGrid Cushioning System, Dual Density SSL EVA, and SRC Impact Interfaces with HRC Strobel Board
- Additional Features: Comfortride sockliner, Arch Lock Midfoot Wrap.
- Upper: Air Mesh Upper and lightweight support overlays. Widths M = Medium, W = Wide
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Women's responsive stability trainer for runners who demand the ultimate blend of cushioning and stability.
- ASIN: B00343BXSI
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 11, 2010
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I have feet/knee "issues" that these shoes work wonders for. I had knee surgery, I pronate a lot, and I have a triangular shaped foot with wide toe spread and narrow ankles (it comes from growing up barefoot in Hawaii -- your toes spread out!). So if that sounds like you, I'd recommend this shoe. It has good stabilization and a wide toe box.
The quality of these shoes is impressive. I work out a lot (5x/week) and so I replace my shoes about once a year. My Saucony 10s still have a lot of life left in them, but due to aforementioned knee issues, I try to replace shoes before my knees start complaining. The only thing is that I had to replace the shoelaces about 6 months in. Oh, and the very last shoe lace holes (right at the top of the shoe's tongue) started to break/fray recently, which encouraged me to buy the 11s.
Finally, I got the black/silver version which look quite cool and I think will age more gracefully than the white/blues that I've had previously.
I fast-walk 4 miles daily M-F on a university track and have been doing so since the early '80s so I know which shoe of those I've tried over the years delivers what I want/need in a running shoe. After the demise of the Jazz-as-I-knew-it and years of pinched toes/blackened toe nails, quickly worn-out outsoles from Adidas et al, it took me awhile to rediscovered the curved last, generous toe area and narrow heel area of the Jazz in the Hurricane 11 Progrid running shoe. Fit and comfort at last. Should buy a dozen before these morph...
Not crazy about the look though--that segmented bulbous heel...Not attractive. And the over-the-top visual busyness of the shoe top. How about a more minimalist, stream-lined look? Also, do wish Saucony would come out with REAL COLORS other than the boring whites w/ baby blue or other pastel accents they offer. Docked it 1 star for aesthetics.
The insole seems inferior and I need to replace it in order to give the shoe a longer life. I do not run; I walk. I wear a running shoe because I have had both knees replaced and this type of shoe works the best for me. I have had Hurricanes
in the past and they have held up for quite a few miles. In the future, I may try this brand again but probably willnot order on line unless I know more about the model year of the shoe.
Once your foot enters the shoe - it's happy feet and away you go. You'll love the cushion it gives and the stability.