If you have mild to moderate pronation then this shoe is something that you will want to try. Better than the adidas supernova as I found too tight in midfoot and not as stable as the saucony. It features a 30mm heel stack height and a 22mm forefooot stack height that results in an 8mm drop. It disperses the impact forces during the landing phase, as well. If landing comfort is a deciding parameter, we suggest you look at our Editors' Choice winner, the , which is a comparable shoe that had a top score in landing comfort.
I will say that I tested these in some of the hottest days in the very humid Maryland area, but this was too much of a concern to ignore. With this component, the runner is able to enjoy a more natural and injury-free running experience. My feet dont hurt, my feet stay level and I dont feel my pinkie toes sliding toward the distal edges of the toe box like all my other shoes would feel. Even though these shoes weigh more than 11 ounces, they feel lighter when running in them. Michael, thanks for the question.
This model provides a softer cushioning feel that takes away from some of its responsiveness. Pretty cool to see how this new technology provides continuous return and improved durability. The shoe also features a standard medial post to provide high-stability to wearers. This molded material supports the heel and locks it in place, thus preventing accidental shoe-removals. Flexibility Normally, high-stability shoes are pretty stiff.
A Support Frame is added to the rear section. The engineered mesh upper is supple, strong, and breathable. There were never any issues with traction and I felt in control the entire time. . Saucony also cut down on the number of straps on this overlay, going from three to two.
The shoe is resilient and durable and despite the eye-rolling that comes when you hear such boasts of normalcy- Saucony makes clear that they're not above those values. I should have said that those familiar with the previous version will notice that really the only piece kept the same between the two versions is the outsole design. Midsole The midsole on the Saucony Hurricane gets a pretty major update. Sadly, the lacing and sock liner really did it in for me. Similar shoes in the neutral daily trainer category would be the and the Adidas Energy Boost 3.
Upper The upper also got an extensive makeover. They are so supportive and very comfortable. The new design is better able to handle stress because of this enhanced pliability. Ended up in pain after a short run 2. The material is very lightweight and breathes well. All of these protective features make the Hurricane a top choice for long runs if you are an overpronator. The upper of the shoe has an updated flex groove system which makes it even more comfortable.
The responsiveness does have some disruptions to its contact feel, due to the stable cushioning that muffles the shoe's feedback; however, we didn't find this to impact our overall performance on shorter runs. It оut performs thе аnd thе Everun fоаm іn it is the bеѕt оut thеrе. Thе Hurricane ѕtаndѕ fоr maximum ѕuрроrt асhіеvеd in a рrоgrеѕѕіvе, dуnаmіс mаnnеr. Hоrіzоntаl grооvеѕ make thе рlаtfоrm mоrе рlіаblе and аgrееаblе to thе nаturаl mоtіоn оf thе fооt when running in the. In fact, make a note the toe box is a little wider than many shoes out there, so these will certainly favor those with a wider foot. As much as I liked the color worn for this review, I really thought the navy and blue combinations looked great this color is also available in a wide version.
Horizontal grooves make the platform more pliable and agreeable to the natural motion of the foot. Let me know if you have any other questions! I've been a loyal Saucony customer since the mid-90's I absolutely love these running shoes. Good to know - Rule of thumb: If in doubt, buy neutral shoes to avoid injuries. The best in overall responsiveness would be minimalist or racing flats; such shoes have a different feel than cushioned models, but ample response. The Saucony shoe now features even more cushioning from toe to heel, which ensures total protection from impact.
The shell provides an outer wrap that is less flexible and left us having some applied pressure on the top and sides of our foot. I thought it was the socks I was wearing, but this happened with every type that I own. I do 20+ miles a week and am not a light runner. After this experience with this style and the Redeemer. If you look at the pictures below, you will see the grooves, something Saucony has used in other models. The shoe also features a midsole medial post to help reduce pronation.