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Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe

Women's Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5

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Women's Saucony® ProGrid™ Triumph 5 :: You'll find the women's Saucony® ProGrid™ Triumph 5 refines the major updates the ProGrid™ Triumph 4 brought to this plush cushioning running shoe. You get a lighter running shoe that's very responsive thanks to a more segmented, flexible outsole. 9.6 ounces

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NEUTRAL+ [?]
If you have a high arch, are a high-mileage runner, or want the maximum amount of cushioning, Neutral+ is your shoe style. Enjoy a smooth ride with enhanced cushioning and reduced impact with improved shock absorption. If pronation is not a problem then choose Neutral+ shoes. 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.

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Specifications:

  • Predecessor Product Type:  ProGrid Triumph 4
  • Shock Absorption: Heel and Forefoot|ProGrid|SRC|
  • Toebox Width: Medium
  • Shoe Construction: STROEBEL
  • Midsole Material: Compression Molded EVA|
  • Outsole Material: Carbon Rubber|
  • Upper Material: Mesh W/Synthetic Leather Trim|
  • Country of Origin: China

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5.0

I love this shoe! I am ...

By anonymous

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

I love this shoe! I am sorry to see it being discontinued. It has been a godsend for my long-distance running. I had been wearing the Nike Pegasus which gave me terrible blisters during a half marathon. I was subsequently advised to try this shoe which has felt like running on pillows--a delight for a foot that needs a neutral shoe! Unfortunately, the update of this model is a big difference--very stiff mid-sole--my toes actually go numb when I wear it. I will miss this shoe!!

 
2.0

These are the worst shoes ...

By Anonymous

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

These are the worst shoes I've ever owned. They have destroyed my feet - blisters everywhere. I have never put on a pair of shoes and not been able to walk. I am extremely disappointed.

 
5.0

This is hands down the ...

By Anonymous

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

This is hands down the best running shoe I've ever tried. I wear orthodics and the "neutral" aspect of this shoe works out perfectly for me. Running shoes no longer interest me because I will always know what shoe I will buy and am no longer open to other running shoes nor other brands. My Gold and Black pair were my favorite and I hope the next ones (Triumph 6) will be just as good!

 
3.0

Well, I debated over ...

By Nobody hehe

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

Well, I debated over rating a 3 or four. They feel funny at first, but then they are great after a few runs. I bought them to train for cross country season. (here comes the downside) I was very dissapoionted with their life-length. After 100 miles or so, they started to wear out. I am a person with achilles problems, and they helped ALOT at first, but I wouldnt recommend to a high mileage runner, they just dont last long enough. They were wonderful while they did, though!

 
1.0

These shoes are terrible! ...

By Christy

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

These shoes are terrible! My arches are killing me. I have been in pain for 2 days. They are like wearing tight boxes very clunky.

 
3.0

I have had several pairs ...

By Nancy

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

I have had several pairs of the Triumph 4 which were great, comfortable,etc..As always, tryng to replace a favorite shoe is impossible unless you can find a closeout of last years models. Manufacturers, please do us a favor and stop redesigning each year. It is not really for our benefit and as the comments suggest, we buy shoes for safety and comfort not for style.

 
4.0

Love this shoe! It's ...

By Christine

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

Love this shoe! It's changed everything about running for me. I hope the triumph 6 is as good. Sorry to see this one go.

 
1.0

I love Saucony, I hate ...

By jackie

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

I love Saucony, I hate the pro grid triumph five! I paid $120 for these shoes and had blisters and felt like I was running on broken toes the first time I wore these, and it didn't get better! I am not surprised this shoe is ENDANGERED- it should be OUTLAWED. Give me back my Saucony GRID FUSION!!!

 
5.0

I have been running ...

By Tracy

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

I have been running seriously for the past 3 years and this is hands down the best shoe I have ever worn. I have tried practically every brand, and this is the only shoe that I have not had to "break in". in the past I have always had severe pain and numbness in my feet while running. I even tried physical therapy and orthotics. From the very first run in this shoe to the day of the marathon, I felt like I was running on a cloud. I hope its not discontinued!

 
4.0

I started with - and ...

By Kbob

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

I started with - and loved - the 4s. They provided lots of cushion and a toe box that did not make my feet go numb. My first pair of 5s in white/gold were also wonderful. Contrary to another reviewer's experience, I found these shoes to be extremely comfortable. They were light and still possessed enough cushion. I ordered a second pair, but this time the only available colors were blue/white and rose/white. I got the rose ones and, as noted in reviews of the 4s (green vs blue), the different color shoes also felt completely different. The arch rubbed, and my Achilles flared up after the first time out with these things, so they are going back. Unfortunately, I can't find the white/gold ones anywhere. Sadly, I may need to switch brands...

 
3.0

I love these shoes, the ...

By abbie237

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

I love these shoes, the cushioning is great. I'm only giving them 3 stars though because they wear out so quick. I've logged 230mi on the 5's (only got about 325 out of the last two 4's I had befor the old knees started to ache) and I'm running on foam already. I'll be going to a different shoe thats a bit more durable. I'm only running 30-35mpw and although they're awesome while they last, these shoes have no longevity.

 
3.0

these are my first ...

By stanggurl17

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

these are my first running shoes (white/gold), at first they were great but now i have about 160something miles into it, i'm starting to get alot of soreness around my ankle. It maybe the miles im running now, but definitely going to be switching to new shoes, after my race.

 
4.0

Previous 2 reviews say it ...

By JAL

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

Previous 2 reviews say it all. First I bought the gold and loved it. Then I went to the light blue and found it mushy and not durable, and ugly to boot. Now I am wearing the red and they are in between. Don't understand it but the first gold pair was the absolute best.

 
2.0

Love the Saucony brand. ...

By Catherine

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

Love the Saucony brand. This Shoe didn't have enough cushioning and my arch was killing my by the end of my runs. Only had the shoes for three weeks and ended up breaking my foot because of not enough support. I will try another saucony.

 
2.0

The cushioning is great, ...

By Wanted to love these

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

The cushioning is great, and I love the way the shoe feels. But after about 4 miles, my toes feel like they're being bound with iron. Don't know if my forefoot has all of a sudden grown wider, but the pain is unbearable and I have to try something else. May go back to the Asics Nimbus if they improved the cushioning. Also, blisters on the arch no matter what socks I wear. So sad...

 
5.0

I LOVE thi shoe! Ran 6 ...

By Reena

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

I LOVE thi shoe! Ran 6 miles in them out of the box. Am training for my first half marathon in June and have been training in these since January. Alternating with the Saucony Progrid Trigon Ride (which actually hurts my pinky toe!). Was trying to save money by not buying two pairs of PGT5 and will not make same mistake. I hope this shoe will be available for years to come.

 
2.0

Trained for my last ...

By anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

Trained for my last marathon in the 4's and they were great (got a PB). These 5's have given me leg and foot problems. The forefoot cushioning is not as soft as the 4's. They only lasted me maybe 200 miles. I'm switching shoes.

 
4.0

After trying Muzinos and ...

By Kaye

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

After trying Muzinos and Asics I decided to give these a try. Finally some cushioning. I do have to adjust the tongue of the shoe as it rubs sometimes on my ankle. I have a wide toe box and these felt great. Finally I can get back to enjoying running.

 
2.0

The 4s rubbed me under my ...

By LR

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

The 4s rubbed me under my arch but they had great cushioning. I ran 8 miles in the 5s and my legs and back hurt. What happened to the cushioning?

 
5.0

These are simply the best ...

By Suzanne

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Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5 Running Shoe:

These are simply the best shoes for my foot type that I have tried. I have high arches, which require a lot of cushioning AND flexibility in a shoe as high-arched feet are already very rigid. I have had severe anterior Tibial Tendonitis in my left foot for the past 3 months and have tried several cushioning shoes (asics, new balance, etc.), but those shoes were too rigid and made my tendonitis worse. As soon as I took these Saucony's out of the box, I could tell they were different as they are very flexible. They have really helped my tendonitis and my trainer and physical therapist both immediately noticed a change in my stride and how I move. They are probably not the best for people who need a stabilizing shoe, but for high arches and rigid feet, these shoes are the best. BTW - I wrote so much about my foot type as I rarely see anyone discuss high arches and the need for flexibility in a shoe.

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1.    Nancy rated this product 3 stars
Thu, April 16,2009:
I have had several pairs of the Triumph 4 which were great, comfortable,etc..As always, tryng to replace a favorite shoe is impossible unless you can find a closeout of last years models. Manufacturers, please do us a favor and stop redesigning each year. It is not really for our benefit and as the comments suggest, we buy shoes for safety and comfort not for style.
2.    Christine rated this product 4 stars
Sun, March 15,2009:
Love this shoe! It's changed everything about running for me. I hope the triumph 6 is as good. Sorry to see this one go.
3.    Christy rated this product 1 star
Sun, March 01,2009:
These shoes are terrible! My arches are killing me. I have been in pain for 2 days. They are like wearing tight boxes very clunky.
4.    anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Thu, February 26,2009:
I love this shoe! I am sorry to see it being discontinued. It has been a godsend for my long-distance running. I had been wearing the Nike Pegasus which gave me terrible blisters during a half marathon. I was subsequently advised to try this shoe which has felt like running on pillows--a delight for a foot that needs a neutral shoe! Unfortunately, the update of this model is a big difference--very stiff mid-sole--my toes actually go numb when I wear it. I will miss this shoe!!
5.    Anonymous rated this product 2 stars
Wed, February 25,2009:
These are the worst shoes I've ever owned. They have destroyed my feet - blisters everywhere. I have never put on a pair of shoes and not been able to walk. I am extremely disappointed.
6.    Nobody hehe rated this product 3 stars
Fri, January 30,2009:
Well, I debated over rating a 3 or four. They feel funny at first, but then they are great after a few runs. I bought them to train for cross country season. (here comes the downside) I was very dissapoionted with their life-length. After 100 miles or so, they started to wear out. I am a person with achilles problems, and they helped ALOT at first, but I wouldnt recommend to a high mileage runner, they just dont last long enough. They were wonderful while they did, though!
7.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Mon, December 15,2008:
This is hands down the best running shoe I've ever tried. I wear orthodics and the "neutral" aspect of this shoe works out perfectly for me. Running shoes no longer interest me because I will always know what shoe I will buy and am no longer open to other running shoes nor other brands. My Gold and Black pair were my favorite and I hope the next ones (Triumph 6) will be just as good!
8.    Tracy rated this product 5 stars
Mon, October 20,2008:
I have been running seriously for the past 3 years and this is hands down the best shoe I have ever worn. I have tried practically every brand, and this is the only shoe that I have not had to "break in". in the past I have always had severe pain and numbness in my feet while running. I even tried physical therapy and orthotics. From the very first run in this shoe to the day of the marathon, I felt like I was running on a cloud. I hope its not discontinued!
9.    jackie rated this product 1 star
Sat, October 11,2008:
I love Saucony, I hate the pro grid triumph five! I paid $120 for these shoes and had blisters and felt like I was running on broken toes the first time I wore these, and it didn't get better! I am not surprised this shoe is ENDANGERED- it should be OUTLAWED. Give me back my Saucony GRID FUSION!!!
10.    Catherine rated this product 2 stars
Thu, September 18,2008:
Love the Saucony brand. This Shoe didn't have enough cushioning and my arch was killing my by the end of my runs. Only had the shoes for three weeks and ended up breaking my foot because of not enough support. I will try another saucony.
11.    stanggurl17 rated this product 3 stars
Sun, September 14,2008:
these are my first running shoes (white/gold), at first they were great but now i have about 160something miles into it, i'm starting to get alot of soreness around my ankle. It maybe the miles im running now, but definitely going to be switching to new shoes, after my race.
12.    JAL rated this product 4 stars
Sat, August 30,2008:
Previous 2 reviews say it all. First I bought the gold and loved it. Then I went to the light blue and found it mushy and not durable, and ugly to boot. Now I am wearing the red and they are in between. Don't understand it but the first gold pair was the absolute best.
13.    Kbob rated this product 4 stars
Mon, August 25,2008:
I started with - and loved - the 4s. They provided lots of cushion and a toe box that did not make my feet go numb. My first pair of 5s in white/gold were also wonderful. Contrary to another reviewer's experience, I found these shoes to be extremely comfortable. They were light and still possessed enough cushion. I ordered a second pair, but this time the only available colors were blue/white and rose/white. I got the rose ones and, as noted in reviews of the 4s (green vs blue), the different color shoes also felt completely different. The arch rubbed, and my Achilles flared up after the first time out with these things, so they are going back. Unfortunately, I can't find the white/gold ones anywhere. Sadly, I may need to switch brands...
14.    abbie237 rated this product 3 stars
Sat, August 02,2008:
I love these shoes, the cushioning is great. I'm only giving them 3 stars though because they wear out so quick. I've logged 230mi on the 5's (only got about 325 out of the last two 4's I had befor the old knees started to ache) and I'm running on foam already. I'll be going to a different shoe thats a bit more durable. I'm only running 30-35mpw and although they're awesome while they last, these shoes have no longevity.
15.    Roann rated this product 3 stars
Mon, July 28,2008:
Ironically I have to agree with both the good and the bad reviews. I've had 4 pairs of these, did find the previous Triumphs (the 4s) to be more cushioned, didn't mind the decreased cushioning in the 5s because it comes with a lighter shoe. But the two pairs which I returned felt like rocks.Quality control lacking?
16.    Rita rated this product 2 stars
Fri, July 25,2008:
LOVE THE 4's. I have been running in Saucony's for over 30 years, had made the mistake of going to other brands, then could not find Saucony for the longest time when all the "others" appeared, but this is still the best running shoe. Just wish they would of stayed with what works for many of us and that was the 4's. Tried the 5's do not like. Will be on a mad search to buy up every 4 I can find!! Keep Running!!!
17.    Debbie rated this product 1 star
Mon, June 30,2008:
Having been loyal Saucony and Mizuno fan, I was extremely disappointed with the Black/Gold version of this shoes. It is dreadful! After just working out in the gym, I couldn't wait to get these miserable shoes off my feet! They appeared to be narrower than my previous pairs of Saucony; no forefront cushioning and just generally horrible. Needless to say, I will be returning these shoes!
18.    anonymous rated this product 2 stars
Sun, June 29,2008:
Trained for my last marathon in the 4's and they were great (got a PB). These 5's have given me leg and foot problems. The forefoot cushioning is not as soft as the 4's. They only lasted me maybe 200 miles. I'm switching shoes.
19.    Suzanne rated this product 5 stars
Fri, June 27,2008:
These are simply the best shoes for my foot type that I have tried. I have high arches, which require a lot of cushioning AND flexibility in a shoe as high-arched feet are already very rigid. I have had severe anterior Tibial Tendonitis in my left foot for the past 3 months and have tried several cushioning shoes (asics, new balance, etc.), but those shoes were too rigid and made my tendonitis worse. As soon as I took these Saucony's out of the box, I could tell they were different as they are very flexible. They have really helped my tendonitis and my trainer and physical therapist both immediately noticed a change in my stride and how I move. They are probably not the best for people who need a stabilizing shoe, but for high arches and rigid feet, these shoes are the best. BTW - I wrote so much about my foot type as I rarely see anyone discuss high arches and the need for flexibility in a shoe.
20.    Kaye rated this product 4 stars
Fri, May 30,2008:
After trying Muzinos and Asics I decided to give these a try. Finally some cushioning. I do have to adjust the tongue of the shoe as it rubs sometimes on my ankle. I have a wide toe box and these felt great. Finally I can get back to enjoying running.
21.    Wanted to love these rated this product 2 stars
Fri, May 23,2008:
The cushioning is great, and I love the way the shoe feels. But after about 4 miles, my toes feel like they're being bound with iron. Don't know if my forefoot has all of a sudden grown wider, but the pain is unbearable and I have to try something else. May go back to the Asics Nimbus if they improved the cushioning. Also, blisters on the arch no matter what socks I wear. So sad...
22.    KY_walker rated this product 4 stars
Fri, May 02,2008:
This is the 3rd version of the Triumph I've owned, and I absolutely love everything about them - except one thing: the outside edge of the sole is too soft. I have a tendency to roll out (way under-pronate), and these shoes have no support on the outside edge of the forefoot. The heel is nice and snug on my narrow heel, the arch fits without making my foot go to sleep, and the forefoot is nice and roomy. Until I find a solution with another shoe, this is the one for me, but I really wish it was stiffer along the outside edge. ALSO... why are all these shoes so WHITE??? I've emailed Saucony about it many times - most of us wear black sweats or tights, so why can't they make a dark gray or black shoe? It's not like passing drivers are looking at the pavement anyway; that's what reflective vests are for. So here's yet another call for a DARK SNEAKER. PLEASE!
23.    Sandi rated this product 5 stars
Thu, May 01,2008:
Wow! Just came back from my first run in my new 5s and I ran without heel pain from my plantar facsitis (spelling?) in I don't know how long! Whatever they did to the heel in this shoe is just perfect. I wore the 4s before this and liked them, but my heels always hurt. Thought I was just going to have to live with it. Not any more. Thanks Saucony. P.S. The laces feel a little flimsy. Time will tell but I'm concerned they will wear out.
24.    bouzi rated this product 5 stars
Thu, April 24,2008:
I like the fit and the light weight.Cushioning is just enough for what I love, but I believe it is a better shoe for an efficient runner and I would say it is more a neutral than a neutral+.But I've ran long run with it without any problem.I'll recomand it.
25.    Lara rated this product 3 stars
Thu, April 24,2008:
bought the gold 5: likes: softer upper than the blue 4 which gave me toe blisters. nice fit and light weight. Dislikes: These 5's have noticeably less cushion than the #4. My worn out blue 4's still have more cushion than the gold 5's after about 1 month of 30 miles/week. Bottoms of my feet were sore after 8 mile long run and racing a 10k. Not sore after short runs. Buy this shoe if you are a low mileage runner. The shoe feels good but cushioning stinks. I'm considering returning them for something with more cushion.
26.    Reena rated this product 5 stars
Mon, April 21,2008:
I LOVE thi shoe! Ran 6 miles in them out of the box. Am training for my first half marathon in June and have been training in these since January. Alternating with the Saucony Progrid Trigon Ride (which actually hurts my pinky toe!). Was trying to save money by not buying two pairs of PGT5 and will not make same mistake. I hope this shoe will be available for years to come.
27.    Jill rated this product 5 stars
Wed, April 09,2008:
I am buying my second pair. I have had no complaints - the cushioning is fine for me. I usually buy neutral shoes and these are neutral plus; they lasted quite a bit longer than my last pair of neutral shoes. I only run in saucony and am currently training for a marathon.
28.    Mindy rated this product 5 stars
Thu, April 03,2008:
I have the Triumph 4 and was very confident that I would love the Triumph 5. I was right...it is lighter and I can feel the flexibility through the toe region.
29.    joyce from Etten Leur, the netherlands rated this product 5 stars
Thu, March 27,2008:
I use to run in Asics, the nimbus 7 to be correct but I did not like the nimbus 8 so I tried saucony 4 and like it but they wore out very fast. They then recommend me the saucony 5 and I really love this shoe especially the fit and the heel.We are visiting San Diego in May and I will definitely buy and other pair.
30.    L rated this product 5 stars
Sun, March 23,2008:
this is my favorite shoe, i run between 90 and 110 mpw and find its holding up better than most of my shoes do. i like that its soft but light enough for quicker runs.
31.    kelli rated this product 2 stars
Wed, March 12,2008:
What happened to the forefoot cushioning? In search of another shoe! The 4's were great (except, yes, I too noticed the green 4's were softer than the blue 4's-thought it was my imagination). Just bought my last pair of 4's and will be looking for another shoe when they wear out.
32.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Wed, March 12,2008:
I have not run in Saucony in many years, thought I'd give them a try again, and what a pleasant surprise. I alternate these with Asics Gel Nimbus and have not had any problems, had been alternating with Mizuno wave creation but they were breaking down too quickly for the $$$. I have a very high arch and have also been fighting with some shin pain, but so far so good with this shoe.
33.    lynn rated this product 2 stars
Sat, March 01,2008:
I don't love these shoes. I have worn them on a short run, long run, hill and speedwork. Little to no forefoot cushioning. This is actually the 2nd pair of Saucony I haven't been super pleased with, the last being my 2nd pair of Progrid 4's, although I was happy with the 1st pair of those. Maybe time to switch brands.
34.    Lea rated this product 5 stars
Fri, February 22,2008:
I had the 4s, but it was time for a new shoe. Tried these 5s and they're awesome. Light, squishy and comfortable. I definitely feel springier in my step. I like the new laces--easier to adjust for comfort. I'll definitely get another pair. I got the gold/black combo which is very neutral.
35.    Jennifer rated this product 5 stars
Fri, February 15,2008:
wow. Wow! WOW!! Just pulled these out of the box and did 5 mi. (after not running for 9 wks.) and they are amazing. There is no point on my foot where I can actually feel the shoe, but the support is awesome. No heel slippage! Thanks to NB for the 1061, but Saucony is back, at last.
36.    sunnbunny13 rated this product 5 stars
Wed, February 13,2008:
love these shoes. I switched from the Asics nimbus 9 (liked the 8) because Asics increased the stability of the shoe and they started causing knee pain. I have had no issues with the cushioning and they feel very light. Have ran a half marathon and 15K in them and couldn't be happier.
37.    LR rated this product 2 stars
Mon, February 11,2008:
The 4s rubbed me under my arch but they had great cushioning. I ran 8 miles in the 5s and my legs and back hurt. What happened to the cushioning?
38.    Running Mom of 3 rated this product 1 star
Fri, February 08,2008:
No forefoot cushioning. My legs and feet were sore after a 7+ mile run. Never had that problem with any other Saucony I've had. These are going back. Not worth the money.
39.    Lori rated this product 5 stars
Thu, February 07,2008:
I agree, no need to break these shoes in. I ran 6 miles right out of the box and I have no complaints, except for the color! Feels like I'm not wearing shoes. Very nice.
40.    JL rated this product 2 stars
Mon, February 04,2008:
Loved the 4's, really disappointed in the 5's. Yes, it very much lacks cushioning. I have blisters with these and NEVER had them with the 4's.
41.    JAL rated this product 4 stars
Sun, February 03,2008:
Pleasantly surprised. Expected little, due to seemingly flimsy mesh upper and nauseating powder blue color. BUT, outsole feels supportive and yet cushioned, it it has great medial foot and arch support is excellent, without a high arch that digs into the bottom of my foot. Still ugly though. would be so much better in navy or dark gray or anything else but baby blue. what are they thinking?
42.    Disappointed rated this product 3 stars
Sun, January 27,2008:
I loved the 4's! They were the best shoe I had every run in with plenty of cushioning and support. I had gone through three pairs without a complaint. I was excited for the 5's to come out, put very disappointed. The cushioning had disappeared and the shoes were not responsive. Feels like cushioning was sacrificed for weight.
43.    response to alecia rated this product 3 stars
Wed, January 23,2008:
I had the same situation with my Triumph 4s.I had to purchase the mens gold to fit my orthotics. They were great.I purchased the blue version and they were much stiffer, not to the point where they cannot be worn but there is an obvious difference.I thought it was just me.
44.    BK rated this product 3 stars
Tue, January 22,2008:
Seemed much stiffer and with less forefoot cushion. No heel blister like with the "4"'s. To me, they are too "hard". I returned them and bought the way heavier Mizuno's. I'm a 30+ mile per week runner.
45.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
Mon, January 21,2008:
Had the same issue, the green 4s were great, the blue 4s bruised my feet and forced me to change shoes. Now I run in New Balance... I am afraid to switch back
46.    Alecia rated this product 5 stars
Tue, January 15,2008:
This is a "question", not a review. For those who wore the Triumph 4, is the 5 "noticeably" lighter? I loved the cushioning in the "green" 4s, but seems like when I got the "blue" 4s, the shoe was much stiffer than the green ones. I thought that it should have been only a color change. But overall, I loved the comfort of the 4s, but felt like they were too heavy, I'm 117 lbs. I never wore the 3s, so I'm a little concerned that the cushioning and shock absorption have been taken away to make the shoe lighter. Anyone care to comment?
47.    tada rated this product 5 stars
Mon, January 07,2008:
I was fearful that the discontinuation of the $ would be the end of my favorite shoe.I must say I am pleasently surprised by the 5 version of this shoe.After my first run I felt the upper had improved by placing reinforcments points back off bony prominences,the forefort cushioning is excellent and the shoe is very light.One of the best shoes I have run in in a long time.Great for high, rigid arches and forefoot strikers.
48.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Thu, January 03,2008:
these shoes are great; very light, comfortable, and I agree with the previous review that it feels like you don't have shoes on. I always used to get heel blisters from new shoes, but these ones didn't give me any problems, even though I didn't spend any time breaking them in. A great shoe, and I'll definitely continue to buy them.
49.    Alex rated this product 5 stars
Sun, December 09,2007:
Loved the shoe. Ran 6+ miles right out of the box with no problems. No blisters, no toe pain. Ball of foot very cushioned. Had Asics 2120 prior- worst shoe ever.
50.    Christy rated this product 4 stars
Tue, December 04,2007:
Had the ProGrid Triumph 3 and loved them. Had the ProGrid Triumph 4, hated them. I got these last week and I love them, they are like the 3's. Ran great first time out, no need to break in these shoes.
51.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
Wed, November 21,2007:
This shoe is great! It didn't even feel like there was anything on my feet. Great cushioning and very sleek.
52.    Anonymous rated this product 4 stars
Tue, November 20,2007:
the shoe fits well and i enjoy running in it

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