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Womens Saucony PowerGrid Triumph 10 Running Shoe

Women's Saucony PowerGrid Triumph 10

Item #SCN1037
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Women's SAUCONY® POWERGRID® TRIUMPH 10 :: Get ready to be wowed by the 10th edition of this neutral running favorite! You'll rejoice in the half ounce weight loss of the women's Saucony® PowerGrid® Triumph 10. Cradle your feet in comfort with sensational updates to this running all-star. You'll skip for joy thanks to this updated runner's deeper flex grooves through the forefoot. Support your arch and avoid foot cramping with new sockliner, and transition more smoothly through every step with the redesigned crashpad. 9.2 ounces

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Features & Benefits:

  • Enjoy an exceptionally smooth ride, thanks to the power of PowerGrid® PowerFoam compound that centers feet while absorbing and redistributing shock for a cushy, springy feel
  • Appreciate the springy feel of midsoles made from durable, rebounding SSL EVA
  • Flex your feet even further with the Saucony® PowerGrid® Triumph 10's even deeper forefoot flex grooves
  • Breathe easy with open mesh uppers that improve air flow around your feet
  • Stay cool, dry and cut down odor with the anti-microbial ComfortRide sockliner
  • Experience a smoother landing and transition with fully decoupled pods at the crash pad
  • Keep steady on your feet, thanks to superior traction and grip from XT-900 carbon rubber in the heels and light, cushy IBR+ in the forefoot
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Product SCN1037 Review

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Loving my new shoes!

5

I'm currently training for a fall marathon and the 2014 WDW Goofy Challenge (half and full marathons at Disney in Jan.) Since I'll be putting on alot of miles in the next few months I went to RR Sports to find a replacement shoe for the Brooks model I'd been wearing for the past two years which is now discontinued. The Triumph 10 was recommended so I purchased a pair along with a pair of custom inserts that RR Sports made for me. Since I have wide feet I got the shoe in an 8W rather than the 8.5 medium width I've been in the habit of wearing. Shoe was very roomy in the toe (but not excessively.) This should allow space for my foot to swell during long, hot runs and room for heavier socks during the winter. Triumph 10 felt a little loose on my right foot and my heel felt like it was slipping out a bit,however the problem was easily corrected by lacing through the top eyelet on the shoe. I've had these shoes for 2 weeks and have put about 70 miles on them - all miles along the road. I'm so happy with them I plan on purchasing another pair (or two!) to get me through the fall running season and my marathons. I have some biomechanical issues on one leg which causes soreness in my knee area. I've had this problem on and off for a couple of years and have been doing PT and massage to help. Since running in these shoes with the inserts made by RR Sports (Shoe Dog analysis) my knee feels GREAT! My feet and legs are smiling!

Coach B

Poughkeepsie, NY

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Lightest Neutral+ shoe available

5

At the beginning of 2013 I developed Plantar Faciitis, so I was looking for a Neutral+ shoe to give me more cushioning. I'm a Brooks loyalist, but after some research and RRS suggestion I came across the Triumph so decided to give them a try. My past experiene with Saucony was that they felt heavy, so I was amazed at how light and airy these felt when I tested in the store. I did a 15 mile run last weekend and was very happy with how good I felt afterwards - no hot spots and my legs were not sore at all. They provide cushion, but are not squishy. I prefer a roomy toe box (Brooks meets my needs here), and these are just right. My only negative is that they seem to run slightly large; I always run in 1 full size above my street shoe, but for this shoe I think I could have just gone .5 size up. I'm also not fond of the laces, as they are flat and silky so they don't 'grab' the shoe material to hold in place when tieing. If these trainers continue to perform I expect I'll be able to train for another marathon, which I didn't think I could due to the PF.

Runner for Life

San Diego, CA

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Great replacement for the Vomero

5

Bought this shoe on recommendation from a RRS service rep after discovering that the new Nike Vomero did not work for me at all. It seems like Nike has decreased cushioning and added stability to the Vomero and it did NOT work for my rigid, high-arched, under-pronated arthritic feet. I returned them and tried the Triumph instead and couldn't be more pleased. The cushioning may not be quite as soft as the Vomero 5 and 6 models, which I loved, but they're still plenty plush, and the wide toebox makes my feet very happy. Some might find the toebox a bit wide, but I really need the additional space for chronically inflamed joints and the love the fit of this shoe. Did need a bit of time to break them in - they feel rigid out of the box, particularly with an orthotic, but they softened up quickly. Recommend.

Snowy Owl

PacNW

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This shoe just keeps getting better

5

I run 10-15 mi a week on pavement, concrete, and treadmill. I usually wear a 7.5 or and 8. The 8 fit perfectly. had Triumph 5's several years back and ran over 350 road mi in them (in Florida on hot pavement), including a half marathon, before I retired them. I tried out a few different shoes over the last few years and just went back to the Triumphs. The Triumph 10 is light, breathable, with perfect amount of cushion. I ran a 10K in them with minimal break in. I never should have left the Truimphs and am now a fan for life. The small negative: The flat shoelaces drive me crazy. The tangle easily and are not always easy to unknot.

Runner Girl 13

Philadelphia, PA

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Hurt my arch after 1 mile

2

I have used the Triumph 9 for a few years and love them. I was excited about the colors and the reviews on the Triumph 10s so I thought I would give them a try. I am 5'4" tall and weight 130#. As soon as I put them on I felt that they were a bit stiffer than the 9's but sometimes that can be good. About 1 mile into the run, the arch on one foot was extremely stressed and painful. I ran 3 miles but had to slow down and finally walk the last 1/4 mile becasue I was scared I would really hurt myself. The next day I ran in my 9s and they were fine. Too bad. These are sharp shoes - very pretty - but they are going back! Thank goodness for the wear them and return policy with road runner sports. I will have to get another pair of the 9s.

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Tons of reseach lead me here; good call!

5

Love the roomy toe-box, supportive arch and relatively tight heel. As long as I lace the shoes tightly, I'm in good shape without slippage. I ordered my actual size, despite various reccommendations to order a 1/2 size up or down. Saucony is a well-established running shoe company; why would I think I need to order anything but my actual shoe size? I ordered true to size and I think that was the right call. The toe box is wide and roomy, but overall I think ordering true to size is the correct way to go.

RO3

Rockaway, NJ

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Can feel every rock and bump

2

OK, so I've used the Triumph Neutral+ line for a long time, and still want to. What I wouldn't give for the Triumph 9. They took too much sole material out. I can feel every rock and bump on the road, from the first time I put them on. I use Superfeet insoles too (cuz I need additional arch support). The worst thing is the return of my knee pain. I started rotating in my old worn out Triumph 9s, just to help my knees not be bad two days in a row. I am switching away from Saucony for the first time in a long time, because of my disappointment and injuries with this shoe.

Chris

Brooklyn

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not for me

2

I have been running for over 40 years and have had multiple knee surguries.I am a supinator.For me, a running shoe must capture my heel while allowing extra support for the lateral side of my foot.This shoe just didn't work for me! It was heavy and caused my feet to roll inward too much. I had aching knees for days following a 5 mile run. I also had difficulty feeling like my foot was well enough seated into the shoe. The midfoot section just barely came together when I was lacing them up.

J2

Syracuse, NY

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Improvements and not

4

Been wearing Saucony for 9 years. I have been in the Triumph for most of these years. The 10 feels like there is less arch support and more fore foot cushion. I have a neutral gait, high arch, and land mostly on my forefoot. It feels OK, but I liked the previous versions better through the arch. On the plus side, the outer toe box does not rub my pinky toes, like the last 2 versions (8, 9). Plus in 9 the lateral toe would rip out by 300 miles (3 months). 10 is better there.

roadrunner

Michigan

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Secure sockliner

5

This is a great shoe. I run 20-30 miles a week and haven't experienced any blisters, as I often do with my narrow feet. The updated sockliner in the PowerGrid Triumph 10 keeps my foot secure, and I like the feel of this light shoe.

Diane

Thousand Oaks, CA

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Love this shoe!!

5

I love the Triumph 10s! I couldn't wait for the 11s to come out so I had to get my 3rd pair of Triumph 10s (I run lots of miles...training for multiple marathons and my first 50k). I have never had an issue such as pain or injury with these shoes. These shoes haven't let me down! I purchased them on Road Runners Sports because they have the best prices around...and the VIP discount!!

Cassie

Fayetteville, AR

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Great shoe

5

I bought these for my new Crossfit training class. They are not the recommended shoe, but I needed more cushion than those shoes provide. I have used them for 2 weeks now and have been very happy. They are light enough for some of the workouts yet give me the support I need. My experience at Roadrunner was like no other. Very helpful staff. They took a lot of time helping me find the right shoe!

Holleyaz

Phoenix, AZ

Powergrid Triumph 10 scores again

5

I need to be careful of knees and arthritic hips. I've worn Powergrid Triumphs for years and they keep me going. With the Triumph 10 Saucony finally came up with some really cool, fun colors for women. The laces get twisted up no matter what I do. But it doesn't affect the comfort or performance of the shoe, so I guess it's just a minor annoyance. I love these shoes. Nothing else fits my funny feet.

Prairie Girl

Grayslake, IL

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Lightest most comfortable Triumph!

5

I have tried a variety of running shoes and always come back to Saucony because of the cushion and fit. I ordered Triumph 10s and am amazed at how light, flexible and comfortable they are. I was able to run my first half marathon after recovering from a metatarsal fracture and improved by time by several minutes! I have 2 pairs and plan to order more! Love them, hope they don't change!!

RunninSuz

Salt Lake City, UT

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Hurt my knees

2

I bought these for my daughter for track and cross country training. She was excited to have such pretty shoes but they felt a little stiff to start. About a mile into the run, she said her calf was hurting a bit. After another mile, she was complainig of knee pain in that same leg. After the third mile, both knees were hurting and we were forced to walk back. Somehow thay must have changed the way she was running to cause the knee main. She is 5' tall and weighs 90#. We sent them back!

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Saucony PowerGrid Triumph 10

5

This is my 2nd pair of Triumph 10's I ordered them so that I have a pair when my 1st pair run out of life... I hate finding new running shoes that I like... I probably should have ordered 2 more pair... LOL They are a great shoe... I was an avid Brooks wearer and didnt like the 11's so the people at Road Runner had me try these and I fell in love with them...

4mrstar

Portland, Oregon

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Preferred the Triumph 9

3

I have worn the Triumph since its inception and have always loved them, as the fit has been spot on with absolutely NO break-in time. However, something has changed in the Triumph 10. The toe box seems narrower, heel cup a bit wider, the shoe not as durable - I can't seem to put my finger on the real issue. I will keep this one and hope the 11 is better.

chaperal

Bonita Springs, FL

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Love this shoe

5

I have alot of problems with my feet and I have to be very careful with my shoe selection. These shoes are working really well for me. They are light weight and have a ton of cushion and support. They felt great the first time I put them on. Make sure that you order 1/2 size larger than your regular shoes because they do run small.

LRM

Craig, Colo

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Love Triumphs

5

These shoes are the best ever that I have used for running. I ran for years in other brands and always had shin splints, not knowing why. First time in Triumphs were the 8s and was also the first time with no shin pain. Love them! 9s werent great at all, am so happy the 10s are back to true Triumph form.

Avid runner

Southlake, TX

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Better fit than last year!

5

I bought these for longer recovery runs and they feel great. A nice compromise between a low profile shoe and a full size trainer. The cushioning is protective yet firm enough to not be squishy. I wanted to love triumph 9 but the upper was too deep and sloppy. This year's is way better! You won't believe how light they feel!

Runner for life

Orlando, FL

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Good cushioning for high arches

5

Am a heavy walker with high arches. Both Triumph 10 and 11 provide excellent arch support and accomodate orthotics. Wish it had a bit more cushioning under the ball of foot as this wears out first. Triumph 10 has more conservative colors than newer models which is a plus for older folks who wear them to work.

50+ half marathon walker

Riverside, CA

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Why did they change it!

2

I have been using these shoes for years. I am a mature 50ish triathlete and road racer. These shoes just don't fit correctly. The 9 was perfect. Not sure what they changed but I have started to get knee pain and my feet feel terrible in them. sending them back with a heavy heart because I loved the previous models.

Cathy

Massachusetts

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Great Shoe

4

I have only used them to run 4 times and the first 2 I was sure, tried with inserts that didn't work, tried with out... the last couple of times have felt good and not aches and pains.. I have very high arches and they seem to be doing the job

4mrstar

Portland, Oregon

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So-So fit

3

I run at least five days a week. I rotate between two pair of shoes. The fit on the Triumph 10 is too tight, not as comfortable as previous models with a rounder toebox.

a.m.runner girl

Tacoma, WA

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Heaven on feet

5

I bought this big to get the width and to wear with orthotics. I have forefoot problems and it is very comfortable and has great cushioning. I like how lightweight it feels.

JoKath

San Diego

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PERFECT SHOES!!!

5

I ran a full marathon with these shoes with no problem. No pain on the bottom of the feet. PERFECT for my feet, can't ask for more. I will buy more the same shoes with different color.

Lynnette

Porltand, OR

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Super comfortable!

4

Very comfortable shoe! The cushion is excellent. The only downfall is the heel isn't very deep but I will buy another pair based on the comfort!

CT

Los Angeles

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ohhhhh ahhhhhhh :)

4

oh my gosh i needed a new pair so bad. when i put these on it was like heaven. you never know how badly you need a new pair until you put on a new pair. LOVE!

melbel

Houston, TX

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My favorite shoe!

1

I run 3 times a week and these shoes are very comfortable! This is the second pair I have bought and I will continue to buy them as long as they make them!!

Running Grandma

Ohio

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Lightweight , comfortable

4

I was looking for a comfortable running shoe but stylish at the same time I ran 7 miles the first time I used it , it was comfy ... I love it

4luvoffitness

San Diego,Ca

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