Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe

Men's Saucony ProGrid Guide

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Men's SAUCONY® PROGRID™ GUIDE :: The men's Saucony® ProGrid™ Guide takes lightweight, cushioned stability to a new level. You get a smooth, flexible ride that's built to support mild pronation. A new, more segmented heel gives you controlled cushioning. 10.8 ounces

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STABILITY [?]
Runners with average arch height looking for a blend of cushioning and support can't go wrong with Stability shoes. Get a smooth transition from heel strike to toe off. Enjoy a well-guided stride and perfect arch support to keep you going for miles. When choosing running shoes, find your perfect fit using this chart. Category types are based on factors like arch height, running habits and body frame.

Specifications:

  • Predecessor Product Type:  ProGrid Trigon 5 Guide
  • Shock Absorption: Heel and Forefoot|SRC|Heel|ProGrid|
  • Toebox Width: Medium
  • Shoe Construction: Slip Last
  • Midsole Material: Dual density compression molded EVA|
  • Outsole Material: Carbon Rubber|
  • Upper Material: Mesh|Synthetic|
  • Country of Origin: China

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5.0

I bought the new Saucony ...

By bareyb

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

I bought the new Saucony Progrid Guides to replace my aging Trigon 5 Guides. This is the replacement for that model and as good as the Trigons were, these are even better.
My new "Guides" are awesome. Very similar to their predecessors. Little more mid-foot room and slightly more robust forefoot cushioning. I'm usually happy if my shoes simply "don't do anything wrong" but these go beyond that. All in all couldn't be happier with them.

 
3.0

Decent shoes, but a very ...

By Al B

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Decent shoes, but a very poor replacement for the old Grid Swerve LS. I have not found anything that comes close yet. If someone knows of a shoe that approximates the LS, please let me know

 
4.0

6'2", 185, high arch, ...

By dave c

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

6'2", 185, high arch, mild O.P.,ran for last 8 months in kayano13, good shoe, but maybe not for high arch. First run in guides felt great,support for my high arches, super light, adequate stab. control, bye bye shin splints! 2 minutes faster in 3 mile....just sayin'.

 
5.0

I have been committed to ...

By Sherwyn

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

I have been committed to the Triumph recently, but switched to the ProGrid Guide to try to save a few bucks. They are not as cushioned as the Triumph, but still have that narrow heel that Saucony is famous for. These are a great fit, and I'll probably buy another pair. I'm 6'0, 150 lbs., and use these for marathon training.

 
4.0

Outstanding stability. ...

By john

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Outstanding stability. Forefoot cushioning is fine. It needs more cushioning in the heel to make the ride more confortable.

 
5.0

Tremendous shoe....ran a ...

By Mark

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Tremendous shoe....ran a 1/2 marathon in these right out of the box...love the stability and light weight..would recommend to anyone who has tried Asics 2100 series or anything similar.

 
5.0

I have always wanted to ...

By Bradley

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

I have always wanted to try Saucony shoes. This was my first pair. I was impressed with them on day one, and after three months of use, I'm still just as impressed. Very stable, light weight, and my foot rolls off the toe so easy it's almost like the shoe is running itself (wouldn't that be nice!).

 
5.0

great shoe.hit the spot ...

By stuart

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

great shoe.hit the spot from the first stride.cushioning and stability is perfect with the upper really offering great breathability.

 
4.0

Overall a very good shoe ...

By DCPattie

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Overall a very good shoe for the price. I rate these equal to the paramounts which cost double. Also, better outsole durability than the new huricanes.

 
2.0

I am female, 6', 138 lbs ...

By Cat

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

I am female, 6', 138 lbs give or take a donut, I run 20-30 miles a week, and I am trying to find a decent, cushioned stability shoe. Invariably I find myself in men's shoes since you have to size up a half or full-size, but women's shoe rarely come above size 12 (which fits like my street size 11). After reading the mostly positive reviews I had high hopes for this shoe, but it was disappointing. The ride is very hard. I ran a 15-miler in them this past Saturday and my feet really hurt by the time I was done. I had beat up soles and toes, like there was no cushioning right out of the box. The forefoot was a bit sloppy as well. I felt like I was slapping my foot and there was zero energy return. Oh well, the search continues.

 
4.0

I have enjoyed the shoe. ...

By Bob from Brentwood,TN

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

I have enjoyed the shoe. It fits well and it has held up well on the road and lite trails.

 
5.0

these shoes feel great. ...

By Alberto

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

these shoes feel great. they have great stability for such a lightweight shoe and offer great traction on any surface and are very confortable over any mileage

 
5.0

Lighter weight, Cushy but ...

By Eugene Asia

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Lighter weight, Cushy but Stable. This is the best trainer in the current market for high mirage runners with slight / moderate overpronation. One thing we have to be in mind is its medial support is smaller and less supportive than other brands such as Asics 2100 series. if you need more stability, I recommend Omni or Hurricane range.

 
5.0

these shoes are by far ...

By Nick

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

these shoes are by far the BEST shoes i have worn, i run an avg of 50 mpw and they feel like running on air. they are very supportative. i recomend these for anybody with a higher arch, or anyone in between.

 
5.0

Saucony seems to be ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Saucony seems to be making shoes better and better. I am extremely picky with my shoes as it seems 9 our of 10 shoes i try leave me injured and unable to run after 3 weeks of running in them. i am a slight OP i am 6' 145lb and this shoe is perfect. it is light enough for me to not feel like i am wearing a clunker and it does not give me too much support to where i feel like i am running on bricks. I wore out the first pair in the city and the second pair running on trails in the mountains of wyoming. I would say the only thing i dont like is that in extremely rocky areas my toes rub and start to blister but honestly i dont care because everything else about the shoe is great!

 
4.0

GREAT comfort! light ...

By crazy runner

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

GREAT comfort! light weight and good for narrow foot

 
5.0

Fantastic overall shoe. ...

By Alex

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Fantastic overall shoe. Lightweight and durable. Comfortable and smooth. What more could you ask for in a shoe?

 
3.0

Nice and light, good fit, ...

By Larry

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

Nice and light, good fit, good cushioning, very little stability. I could use this shoe for interval training, short training runs, and short races (10K or less) but not as a daily stability trainer. I'm 5'10", 165 lbs., moderater OP.

 
5.0

awesome shoe! comfort ...

By jharris

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Guide Running Shoe:

awesome shoe! comfort right out of the box. Saucony really nailed it with this one.

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1.    Al B rated this product 3 stars
Sat, October 03,2009:
Decent shoes, but a very poor replacement for the old Grid Swerve LS. I have not found anything that comes close yet. If someone knows of a shoe that approximates the LS, please let me know
2.    dave c rated this product 4 stars
Sat, February 14,2009:
6'2", 185, high arch, mild O.P.,ran for last 8 months in kayano13, good shoe, but maybe not for high arch. First run in guides felt great,support for my high arches, super light, adequate stab. control, bye bye shin splints! 2 minutes faster in 3 mile....just sayin'.
3.    Sherwyn rated this product 5 stars
Wed, December 31,2008:
I have been committed to the Triumph recently, but switched to the ProGrid Guide to try to save a few bucks. They are not as cushioned as the Triumph, but still have that narrow heel that Saucony is famous for. These are a great fit, and I'll probably buy another pair. I'm 6'0, 150 lbs., and use these for marathon training.
4.    Mark rated this product 5 stars
Sun, December 07,2008:
Tremendous shoe....ran a 1/2 marathon in these right out of the box...love the stability and light weight..would recommend to anyone who has tried Asics 2100 series or anything similar.
5.    john rated this product 4 stars
Fri, November 28,2008:
Outstanding stability. Forefoot cushioning is fine. It needs more cushioning in the heel to make the ride more confortable.
6.    Bradley rated this product 5 stars
Fri, November 14,2008:
I have always wanted to try Saucony shoes. This was my first pair. I was impressed with them on day one, and after three months of use, I'm still just as impressed. Very stable, light weight, and my foot rolls off the toe so easy it's almost like the shoe is running itself (wouldn't that be nice!).
7.    Bob from Brentwood,TN rated this product 4 stars
Wed, October 29,2008:
I have enjoyed the shoe. It fits well and it has held up well on the road and lite trails.
8.    Alberto rated this product 5 stars
Tue, October 07,2008:
these shoes feel great. they have great stability for such a lightweight shoe and offer great traction on any surface and are very confortable over any mileage
9.    Cat rated this product 2 stars
Tue, September 23,2008:
I am female, 6', 138 lbs give or take a donut, I run 20-30 miles a week, and I am trying to find a decent, cushioned stability shoe. Invariably I find myself in men's shoes since you have to size up a half or full-size, but women's shoe rarely come above size 12 (which fits like my street size 11). After reading the mostly positive reviews I had high hopes for this shoe, but it was disappointing. The ride is very hard. I ran a 15-miler in them this past Saturday and my feet really hurt by the time I was done. I had beat up soles and toes, like there was no cushioning right out of the box. The forefoot was a bit sloppy as well. I felt like I was slapping my foot and there was zero energy return. Oh well, the search continues.
10.    stuart rated this product 5 stars
Tue, September 23,2008:
great shoe.hit the spot from the first stride.cushioning and stability is perfect with the upper really offering great breathability.
11.    DCPattie rated this product 4 stars
Mon, September 22,2008:
Overall a very good shoe for the price. I rate these equal to the paramounts which cost double. Also, better outsole durability than the new huricanes.
12.    Eugene Asia rated this product 5 stars
Sat, August 23,2008:
Lighter weight, Cushy but Stable. This is the best trainer in the current market for high mirage runners with slight / moderate overpronation. One thing we have to be in mind is its medial support is smaller and less supportive than other brands such as Asics 2100 series. if you need more stability, I recommend Omni or Hurricane range.
13.    Nick rated this product 5 stars
Fri, August 22,2008:
these shoes are by far the BEST shoes i have worn, i run an avg of 50 mpw and they feel like running on air. they are very supportative. i recomend these for anybody with a higher arch, or anyone in between.
14.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Tue, July 22,2008:
Saucony seems to be making shoes better and better. I am extremely picky with my shoes as it seems 9 our of 10 shoes i try leave me injured and unable to run after 3 weeks of running in them. i am a slight OP i am 6' 145lb and this shoe is perfect. it is light enough for me to not feel like i am wearing a clunker and it does not give me too much support to where i feel like i am running on bricks. I wore out the first pair in the city and the second pair running on trails in the mountains of wyoming. I would say the only thing i dont like is that in extremely rocky areas my toes rub and start to blister but honestly i dont care because everything else about the shoe is great!
15.    Alex rated this product 5 stars
Wed, July 16,2008:
Fantastic overall shoe. Lightweight and durable. Comfortable and smooth. What more could you ask for in a shoe?
16.    bareyb rated this product 5 stars
Fri, May 23,2008:
I bought the new Saucony Progrid Guides to replace my aging Trigon 5 Guides. This is the replacement for that model and as good as the Trigons were, these are even better. My new "Guides" are awesome. Very similar to their predecessors. Little more mid-foot room and slightly more robust forefoot cushioning. I'm usually happy if my shoes simply "don't do anything wrong" but these go beyond that. All in all couldn't be happier with them.
17.    crazy runner rated this product 4 stars
Wed, May 21,2008:
GREAT comfort! light weight and good for narrow foot
18.    Larry rated this product 3 stars
Fri, April 04,2008:
Nice and light, good fit, good cushioning, very little stability. I could use this shoe for interval training, short training runs, and short races (10K or less) but not as a daily stability trainer. I'm 5'10", 165 lbs., moderater OP.
19.    jharris rated this product 5 stars
Fri, March 07,2008:
awesome shoe! comfort right out of the box. Saucony really nailed it with this one.

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