Men's | Saucony Guide 14 Reviews
4.3/5 on 3 total reviews
Poor execution of an otherwise good shoe model
I've got two pairs of the Saucony Guide 14. One in Alloy / Cobalt and another in Jackalope. I thought the only difference would be the colors, but they are clearly different shoes. They come with different inserts and the boxes are different, too. The inserts on the Alloy/Cobalt version are great; soft and supportive. They match my previous experience with other Saucony products. The inserts on the Jackalope, however, are terrible; hard and thin. I would buy another pair of the Alloy/Cobalt but I would not buy the Jackalope again. I wish Fleet Feet would update the product descriptions and either separate the Jackalope to a separate page, or at least make it clear that it is a different shoe and not simply a different color.
Best Walking Shoes
If you are overweight these shoes really are for you. I am 240 pounds and I was getting lot aches and pain after a long walk, including blisters. They may not be the best looking shoe in the market, but they fulfill the purpose. I only use these shoes for paved and unpaved brisk walking. I do not use them for running. These shoes have excellent arch support, but more importantly, have easy to remove insole that allows easy insertion of custom orthopedic insoles. I did remove the flimsy insole that comes with the shoe and instead used a special custom insoles.
Saucony guide 14
Previous pair were guide 13s which were go to’s for a while. Decided to try the 14s and they checked all the boxes. Looks good, feels good before and after wearing all day. I wear them in the ER for 12 hour shifts and no complaints. Recommend to anyone interested.