Put some history in your run.
Saucony began making shoes in 1898, and it's been leading the way ever since.
In this century, the Massachusetts-based brand still churns out PR-busting running shoes packed with its latest technology. From the energetic and durable EVERUN cushioning to sticky rubber outsoles, Saucony running shoes are made for your longest days and quickest efforts.
It's simple: The Saucony Kinvara 10 is fast.
Designed with a minimal upper for a lightweight fit and feel, the legendary Kinvara enters its second decade at a scant 7.8 ounces for men and feathery 6.7 ounces for women. The streamlined upper coupled with a bouncy EVERUN topsole and EVA+ midsole makes it the perfect companion for speed work without losing the comfort you need for the long haul.Saucony Kinvara 10 Review
Whether you're looking for a cruiser to log your weekend long runs or a burner to set a new PR in your next 5K, Saucony makes a running shoe for you.
The women's Saucony Ride ISO 2 uses a full-length EVERUN topsole to cushion your steps mile after mile (after mile). Paired with a dynamic fit that molds to the unique shape and motion of your foot, the Ride ISO 2 provides premium comfort for those runs that you don't want to end.
If you need a bit of stability in your run, the women's Saucony Guide ISO 2 will lend you a hand. While employing the same EVERUN topsole as other Saucony shoes, the Guide also uses extra medial support to help mitigate overpronation. (Bonus: It also comes in a trail version.)Shop All Saucony Shoes for Women
Extra stability comes standard in the men's Saucony Liberty ISO 2.
Engineers worked additional support into the medial side of the shoe to give relief to overpronators. And with a sub-10 ounce weight, knit reinforcements on the upper and a full-length EVERUN midsole, the Liberty ISO 2 blends right in at the front of the pack.Shop All Saucony Shoes for Men
Road running shoes aren't designed to stand up to the rigors of the trail. So, Saucony designs its trail running shoes specifically for the wild.
The Saucony Switchback ISO was designed to mimic the feel of the Saucony Freedom ISO, but for dirt. Designers coated the outsole in an array of rubber lugs for improved off-road traction and slimmed down the upper for a minimal, streamlined feel. The star of the shoe, though, is the innovative Boa lacing system that uses a turn-to-tighten dial so you can adjust your fit on the fly.
Saucony also turns some of its popular road shoes into trail-gobbling machines, too. The Saucony Guide ISO 2 Trail has all the stability amenities of its road-warrior sibling but with a burlier outsole for better grip.
Saucony packs its running shoes with the latest technology to boost your training. Here's some of what you can find inside Saucony running shoes: