Saucony Ride 15
The Saucony Ride 15 is a great choice for everyday training. It is a snappy, springy ride that will put a spring in your step.
The Saucony Ride 15 has more foam and less weight than before—everything you need to take your running to new heights.
Saucony re-engineered their signature PWRRUN formula to give you a lighter and softer foam under foot for your most comfortable ride yet. The additional cushioning allows you to sit deeper into the footbed, hugging your foot and offering a plush and supportive feel every step of the way. Plus, Saucony added an extra layer of comfort with a PWRRUN+ cushioned sockliner.
A new midsole geometry, as well as heel and forefoot beveling, gives you super smooth transitions from heel-to-toe. The forefoot has more flexibility, too, which allows your foot to move more fluidly to propel you forward.
The Ride 15 features Saucony’s FORMFIT that has three layers of cushioning to adapt to your unique foot shape, weight and stride, giving you a personalized fit. Our reviewers love how the breathable and comfortable the upper felt on their feet in our Saucony Ride 15 review.
The Saucony Ride 15 remains a trusted workhorse shoe and one of the best running shoes on the market.
Watch: Saucony Ride 15 Review
The Saucony Ride 15 just keeps getting softer and is now lighter too.
Watch Caroline’s latest review above to learn why she thinks the Ride 15 is the best version of the Ride yet.
Saucony Ride 15
8.8oz (M), 7.8oz (W)
4.6/5 on 5 total reviews
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I went to this store, crossing everything and praying to the shoe gods that I would find a shoe that wouldn’t hear my feet. Not only was the customer service above and beyond. They found me a shoe that makes me feel like I’m walking on clouds. Words can not express how beyond grateful I am I found these shoes.
As always, the personal service offered by Fleet Feet's fitter was exemplary. I have been trying different brands of shoe since Mizuno changed their level of support several years ago, hoping to find a shoe as perfect as Mizuno's original WaveRider. This Saucony is my current attempt. Nice lacing system. Wider sole offers stability. Toebox is generous. My usual size, 10, was too large, but the 9,5 just touches my great toe: no big shakes since I walk and hike not run. Still doesn't feel the same as the old Mizuno, but that is certainly not Saucony's fault.
I bought this hoping it would be my long run shoe for marathon season but ended up using it's nice but somewhat heavy cushioning for recovery days and shorter easy runs. It's just too much shoe for long runs, feels a little clunky and slows me down, but when I take the first steps in these on an easy run it feels fantastic to have that extra softness under my feet. I may buy them again for this purpose in future marathon seasons but otherwise will probably stick to Kinvaras or Speed for most of my running. They are a nice option for rotation with a more expensive shoe like the Speed, since they can absorb the easy run mileage.
Love the extra cushion and slightly reshaped footbed