Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe

Men's Saucony ProGrid Ride

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Men's SAUCONY® ProGrid™ RIDE :: Get superior cushioning, flexibility and responsiveness from the smooth ride of the men's Saucony® ProGrid™ Ride running shoe. Your feet will revel in the new, more comfortable, lightweight upper that hugs your foot like a glove. 11.6 ounces

Category Type:

NEUTRAL [?]
If you have high arches and need minimal support, Neutral shoes are right for you. Your feet will guide themselves more naturally through each step for your perfect running gait. 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:  Pro Grid Trigon 5 Ride
  • Shock Absorption: Heel|ProGrid|Heel and Forefoot|SRC|
  • Toebox Width: Medium
  • Shoe Construction: STROEBEL
  • Midsole Material: Compression Molded EVA|
  • Outsole Material: Carbon Rubber|
  • Upper Material: Mesh W/Synthetic Leather Trim|

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3.0

Very comfortable and a ...

By Jim

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Very comfortable and a good fit. I may be too heavy for the shoe (200lb). After running only 3 miles a few times I experience shin and calf problems. Could be me more than the shoe. Went back to wearing the Omni with more cushioning.

 
5.0

Maybe the best cushioned ...

By Joe

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Maybe the best cushioned shoe I've ever had. Asics Nimbus seem to be 'too much shoe', tho the Cumulus line has been solid for me, but this shoe is just right. Light, very cushioned, great fit. My left foot is 1/2 size larger than my right, and these fit both feet very well (unlike Mizuno Creations and Wave Riders, which fit well for one foot, but not on my other). This shoe should immediately be made a 'classic' shoe offering. in case they mess something up with the update.

 
2.0

Used the Saucony model ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Used the Saucony model that preceded this one with no problems what-so-ever. Shoes would last 200 miles. With this new show, I can't run 6 miles w/o knee or shin issues. I'm 195 pounds.

 
3.0

I was pushed into these ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

I was pushed into these shoes by retail store as better for my normal arch/neutral-to-supinate gait. Problem is that there's not enough cushion for me (6' & 210 lbs). These are good for tempo runs of at most 5 miles before soreness begins. Not worth buying another pair.

 
5.0

Light, soft, fleixble, ...

By Runner

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Light, soft, fleixble, great shoes for light weight runners. If you liked Tangent, but want bit more forefoot cushion, give this one a try. Like the boxy toes, too.

 
4.0

I am really a heavy ...

By Alan

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

I am really a heavy runner (Flat footed high arched 20-30 miles/week) and had no problems but after 300 miles I was ready for a new pair.

 
3.0

I bought these shoes in ...

By Josh

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

I bought these shoes in large part because of their incredibly high rating on this site. They're a decent neutral shoe. I'm 5'5" 155 lbs and have feet that are slightly wider than average. I found the Ride's fit to be a bit narrow. Most medium width shoes work for my feet, but these are a little too snug. The durability was substandard. I haven't yet hit 300 miles and the soles are essentially shot. The synthetic leather on the side has cracked. For less than $70 they aren't bad, but I'll probably just stay with Brooks.

 
4.0

I liked the shoes. I dint ...

By 5krunner

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

I liked the shoes. I dint have a proublem with them though but after 2 or 3 months they had a hole in the oe of the heel. But before they wore out i really liked them.

 
3.0

Shoe feels great - but I ...

By Rob in Orlando

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Shoe feels great - but I started experiencing knee and back pain for the first time after wearing.

 
1.0

The e shoes look ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

The e shoes look great.
Buy them if you want so set them up in the living room with a little light on them for guests to view.
They simply wore out to quickly.
The outer soles we badly worn after 30, perhaps due to my 145 lbs..
I do not shuffle or drag my feet either.
These shoes would leave little black marks on the sidewalk !

 
5.0

This is an outstanding ...

By Riggs

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

This is an outstanding shoe! I weight between 160-170 I run about 40-70 miles per week and I've ran 500+ miles in this shoe and it still feels great. My NB 1062 I could squeeze 500 miles out of the and my NB 826 only about 300 miles. I like that these feel light, but still provide a lot of cushion.
Don't change this shoe!

 
4.0

A little above average. ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

A little above average. Nice fit, no problem with hotspots or blisters. Ran 18 out of the box. Cushioning is a little firm in the heel, a little better in the forefoot, outsole is a little slippery on wet pavement. 110 miles so far. Overall a decent trainer, but cushioning just not up to the Lunertrainer. Ideal shoe- Saucony fit, lunartrainer sole.

 
5.0

I had a pair of the last ...

By Eric

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

I had a pair of the last edition of this shoe, the "Trigon 5" Pro Grid Ride. They were my first official running shoes. I trained and ran my first 5k in them. I am a heavier runner, started out around 215, now at 180. I bounced around to a couple of different shoes since then and have been disappointed. I will be using these as long as they don't change them. Great shoe right out of the box, great looking shoe as well, at least the red ones are.
Size wise order them a half size up. Some shoes are just different, but if you usually wear a 9-9 1/2 order it in 9 1/2. Don't go all the way to 10.
These shoes are so well ventilated that they are not so good for cold weather running, your tootsies will get cold. I assume they will be great for summertime.

 
5.0

This shoe has the perfect ...

By Drfredl

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

This shoe has the perfect blend of cushioning and support with a great color for winter running. It may lack alittle in heel-toe transition, but it's a 5.

 
5.0

Love this shoe. So, ...

By Dennis C

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Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Love this shoe. So, comfortable, fits like a sock. Much less fatigue on my legs than the Nike's I had prior.
So good, I bought a second pair to wear daily just cause I love them that much.

 
3.0

5-11/175 lbs/High ...

By Erik

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

5-11/175 lbs/High Arch/Underpronate/20-30 miles. Training for a half marathon. With that said, I really LIKED these shoes in the beginning. Heel felt great and the toe box accommodated my bunion due to mesh and little overlay of materials. Here comes the bad part. The forefoot felt very thin. Before I hit the 100 mile mark in them my forefoot, legs, hips and knees started to hurt. You know the subtle fatique and later overall pain when a shoe is on the way out. I am going return try the Triumph 6 in hopes of more forefoot cushioning and longer life.

 
4.0

Love these shoes. At 6-2, ...

By Michael

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Love these shoes. At 6-2, 200lbs neutral, and running about 25 mi/wk, I've found these to be great everyday run shoes. I am a little disappointed as the seem to flatten out after about 300 mi for me.

 
5.0

Great shoe, just run 18K ...

By Danilo

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

Great shoe, just run 18K out of the box and feels ok. First time using these brand. I have being using Asics kayano and is also great. Ill update further. I use stability and neutral

 
5.0

This shoe has perfect fit ...

By Ben S

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

This shoe has perfect fit no heel slippage, has the right amount of cushion. I run about 25-40 miles/week. I highly recommend these shoes.

 
5.0

The name says it all. A ...

By Sean

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Saucony ProGrid Ride Running Shoe:

The name says it all. A sweet ride. Comfortable and durable with about 500 on latest pair. Another Saucony winner. (neutral, high mileage, competitive runner.)

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1.    Runner rated this product 5 stars
Thu, June 18,2009:
Light, soft, fleixble, great shoes for light weight runners. If you liked Tangent, but want bit more forefoot cushion, give this one a try. Like the boxy toes, too.
2.    Josh rated this product 3 stars
Wed, June 10,2009:
I bought these shoes in large part because of their incredibly high rating on this site. They're a decent neutral shoe. I'm 5'5" 155 lbs and have feet that are slightly wider than average. I found the Ride's fit to be a bit narrow. Most medium width shoes work for my feet, but these are a little too snug. The durability was substandard. I haven't yet hit 300 miles and the soles are essentially shot. The synthetic leather on the side has cracked. For less than $70 they aren't bad, but I'll probably just stay with Brooks.
3.    Anonymous rated this product 3 stars
Fri, June 05,2009:
I was pushed into these shoes by retail store as better for my normal arch/neutral-to-supinate gait. Problem is that there's not enough cushion for me (6' & 210 lbs). These are good for tempo runs of at most 5 miles before soreness begins. Not worth buying another pair.
4.    Anonymous rated this product 2 stars
Wed, June 03,2009:
Used the Saucony model that preceded this one with no problems what-so-ever. Shoes would last 200 miles. With this new show, I can't run 6 miles w/o knee or shin issues. I'm 195 pounds.
5.    Jim rated this product 3 stars
Thu, May 28,2009:
Very comfortable and a good fit. I may be too heavy for the shoe (200lb). After running only 3 miles a few times I experience shin and calf problems. Could be me more than the shoe. Went back to wearing the Omni with more cushioning.
6.    Rob in Orlando rated this product 3 stars
Tue, May 26,2009:
Shoe feels great - but I started experiencing knee and back pain for the first time after wearing.
7.    5krunner rated this product 4 stars
Sun, May 24,2009:
I liked the shoes. I dint have a proublem with them though but after 2 or 3 months they had a hole in the oe of the heel. But before they wore out i really liked them.
8.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
Tue, May 12,2009:
The e shoes look great. Buy them if you want so set them up in the living room with a little light on them for guests to view. They simply wore out to quickly. The outer soles we badly worn after 30, perhaps due to my 145 lbs.. I do not shuffle or drag my feet either. These shoes would leave little black marks on the sidewalk !
9.    Joe rated this product 5 stars
Tue, May 12,2009:
Maybe the best cushioned shoe I've ever had. Asics Nimbus seem to be 'too much shoe', tho the Cumulus line has been solid for me, but this shoe is just right. Light, very cushioned, great fit. My left foot is 1/2 size larger than my right, and these fit both feet very well (unlike Mizuno Creations and Wave Riders, which fit well for one foot, but not on my other). This shoe should immediately be made a 'classic' shoe offering. in case they mess something up with the update.
10.    Alan rated this product 4 stars
Fri, April 24,2009:
I am really a heavy runner (Flat footed high arched 20-30 miles/week) and had no problems but after 300 miles I was ready for a new pair.
11.    Michael rated this product 4 stars
Sat, April 11,2009:
Love these shoes. At 6-2, 200lbs neutral, and running about 25 mi/wk, I've found these to be great everyday run shoes. I am a little disappointed as the seem to flatten out after about 300 mi for me.
12.    Erik rated this product 3 stars
Mon, April 06,2009:
5-11/175 lbs/High Arch/Underpronate/20-30 miles. Training for a half marathon. With that said, I really LIKED these shoes in the beginning. Heel felt great and the toe box accommodated my bunion due to mesh and little overlay of materials. Here comes the bad part. The forefoot felt very thin. Before I hit the 100 mile mark in them my forefoot, legs, hips and knees started to hurt. You know the subtle fatique and later overall pain when a shoe is on the way out. I am going return try the Triumph 6 in hopes of more forefoot cushioning and longer life.
13.    Sean rated this product 5 stars
Sun, March 01,2009:
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Mon, February 16,2009:
This is an outstanding shoe! I weight between 160-170 I run about 40-70 miles per week and I've ran 500+ miles in this shoe and it still feels great. My NB 1062 I could squeeze 500 miles out of the and my NB 826 only about 300 miles. I like that these feel light, but still provide a lot of cushion. Don't change this shoe!
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Tue, January 27,2009:
I had a pair of the last edition of this shoe, the "Trigon 5" Pro Grid Ride. They were my first official running shoes. I trained and ran my first 5k in them. I am a heavier runner, started out around 215, now at 180. I bounced around to a couple of different shoes since then and have been disappointed. I will be using these as long as they don't change them. Great shoe right out of the box, great looking shoe as well, at least the red ones are. Size wise order them a half size up. Some shoes are just different, but if you usually wear a 9-9 1/2 order it in 9 1/2. Don't go all the way to 10. These shoes are so well ventilated that they are not so good for cold weather running, your tootsies will get cold. I assume they will be great for summertime.
16.    Drfredl rated this product 5 stars
Sat, January 03,2009:
This shoe has the perfect blend of cushioning and support with a great color for winter running. It may lack alittle in heel-toe transition, but it's a 5.
17.    Danilo rated this product 5 stars
Sat, December 13,2008:
Great shoe, just run 18K out of the box and feels ok. First time using these brand. I have being using Asics kayano and is also great. Ill update further. I use stability and neutral
18.    Ben S rated this product 5 stars
Mon, December 08,2008:
This shoe has perfect fit no heel slippage, has the right amount of cushion. I run about 25-40 miles/week. I highly recommend these shoes.
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Thu, November 27,2008:
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