Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe

Women's Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6

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Women's Saucony® ProGrid™ Triumph 6 :: Saucony® responded to you and added more cushioning in the updated women's ProGrid™ Triumph 6. Enjoy a snug heel and midfoot fit in the running shoe known for lightweight, performance cushioning. 11.5 ounces

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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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Features & Benefits:

  • Arch-Lock: Provides snug midfoot fit
  • Full-Length ProGrid: Absorbs impact, dissipates shock and provides a seamless transition from heel through forefoot
  • HRC Strobel Board: Increases cushioning and comfort
  • Impact Interface: Cushions and isolates heel impact
  • Lightweight mesh upper: Ventilation and breathability
  • SRC Impact Zone: Provides shock absorption and a smooth transition
  • XT-900 outsole: A carbon rubber outsole material that offers exceptional traction properties without sacrificing durability
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Specifications:

  • Predecessor Product Type:  ProGrid Triumph 5
  • Shock Absorption: Heel and Forefoot|ProGrid|Forefoot|SRC|
  • Toebox Width: Wide
  • Shoe Construction: STROEBEL
  • Midsole Material: Compression Molded EVA|
  • Outsole Material: Carbon Rubber|
  • Upper Material: Mesh W/Synthetic Leather Trim|
  • Country of Origin: Honduras

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3.0

i had to return these. ...

By anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

i had to return these. something was hurting my arches, not sure if it was the rigidity of the plastic arch lock wrap on the medial side (not pictured) or the footbed. i am an ave-high arched neutral-slight underpronator, and anything rubbing against the arch causes pain. so....back to the asics nimbus for me.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

I have high arches and ...

By SMS

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I have high arches and supinate/over-pronate, so I need a very cushioned, very flexible shoe. I've been dealing with anterior tibial tendonitis on my left foot/ankle for the past year, which the super-flexible ProGrid Triumph 5's helped with a lot. After reading the reviews about the better cushioning, I had high hopes for the 6. I could tell upon removing the shoes from the box that they were much more rigid than the 5's but as the cushioning is really excellent I thought I'd give them a try. After wearing them a month, I now have anterior tibial tendonitis on my right foot/ankle. I think these shoes are probably 5 stars and great for people who need a more rigid shoe, but are not good for those (few) of us who need super flexibility. I describe my situation in detail as I rarely see anyone with similar conditions/feet write review.

 
5.0

When I started running, I ...

By elizabeth

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

When I started running, I got severe shin pains. But with these shoes and special arch support insoles, things got a whole lot better. Now I am running pain free and feel great. These are a GREAT buy. Love them.

 
5.0

I bought these after ...

By Courtney

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I bought these after working with a fit expert at the Road Runner Sports Store. They fit me really well and I just ran the NYC Marathon in them. They are great! Please don't discontinue them!!!

 
3.0

Good cushioning, good ...

By d k

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Good cushioning, good fit. Something in these particular Sauconys does not allow normal pronation on me and I wound up supinating in them. Painful after just 10 minutes on a treadmill. I suspect the design of the shoes with the rigid plastic arch-lock on the instep is to blame. (this is not shown in the picture) Personally, I would class this as a stability shoe because of that feature.

 
4.0

You have to break them in ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

You have to break them in at first. 3o mins jogging my feet would cramp up! Takes about 2wks. Then after they are great for long distance 6-10miles.They are really light.I like them.

 
5.0

LOVE THIS SHOE. I ...

By Janet

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

LOVE THIS SHOE. I generally go with a stability shoe; but, with the advice of a road runner expert, I went with this neutral shoe, since I already have orthodics to fix my over pronation. Light weight, cushion is great. Ran 7 miles first time on, and NO problems (blisters), etc.

 
1.0

Each time that I wore ...

By Pherby

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Each time that I wore these shoes, it caused my knees to ache so badly that I couldn't even squat without pain. I am normally an ASICS wearer and thought I would try out the shoes that my family does. They did not have the cushioning I expected and the soles got pretty hot when running. Returned the shoes. I'm back to (b)ASICS.

 
5.0

My feet were happy the ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

My feet were happy the minute these shoes surrounded them. I am a HUGE fan of Saucony...they seem to be created on a shoe last that mimics my feet. This shoe breathes well and has a nice amount of "cush" in the forefoot; a spot that seems to take abuse due to my stride.

 
3.0

I agree...very stiff ...

By dentalrunner

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I agree...very stiff shoe. Used my orthotic insert and got arch pain. Will not wear the shoe to run in again! The shoe fits more like a stability shoe than a neutral shoe. Need to buy half size up. Like the 5's better, but the laces in the 5's aren't good quality.

 
5.0

Love this shoe. Since ...

By Jacki

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Love this shoe. Since they discontinued the Triumph 4 I didn't think I'd find another shoe that would give me the stability and cushioning I need. I don't know what the company was thinking when they made the 5's. I have high arches and a neutral, high mileage runner. If they can't bring back the 4's, this shoe is the next best thing.

 
5.0

great for othotics and ...

By nebraskarunner

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

great for othotics and bunions. love them so far. midfoot is snug and suppotive as is the heel area. toe box is nice and smooth woithout the stiching friction in the 5s.maybe they got it right this time. too soon fome to tell about durabiity.

 
3.0

Lots of cushioning, but ...

By LAD

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Lots of cushioning, but really stiff. If you liked the 5s, then these will be a real disappointment. I'm now looking for more 5s to tide me over.

 
4.0

This shoe took a while ...

By Lauren

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

This shoe took a while for me to break in. I almost returned it the first two weeks but decided to give it a chance and am very happy I did. I love how light it is and it's great for long runs. It does push my foot outward more than I would like since I tend to underpronate anyway but all in all this has been a great shoe to run with. No sore arches after a run which would always happen with the Nike Pegasus. I would recommend this shoe.

 
5.0

I originally was ...

By GG

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I originally was recommended these at a specialty store to train for a half marathon. I have wide feet and an underpronator with all the existing injuries and these shoes really do the trick. Great support, the insole really helps with my knee pain and even the colors are great. I am not the girly type so I hate bright pink sneakers but the purple color is girly enough and looks really nice. A little expensive compare with others but they are worth every penny. I'm already on my 3rd pair and getting a couple more to keep in stock.

 
5.0

I adore this shoe. This ...

By Amy

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I adore this shoe. This is the second pair I have owned. I have a neutral foot but need lots of cushioning. These shoes do the trick. I run on a country road...banked and lots of gravel. Usually at nite or the early morning when it is hard to see. These shoes have good grip and keep me balanced. Nice wide toe box too! I have a regular width so I have to lace them pretty tight. But no worries. I will be back for more.

 
5.0

I just bought these and ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I just bought these and wore them once - I LOVE THEM! My feet felt like they were springing off the ground and I ran over 1 min/mile better than usual on a 3.8 mile run. I felt great after the run as well. I am 37 and 153 lbs. I have worn ASICS, Mizuno and Nike in the past. I liked all of those - I LOVE these. Can't wait to run again!!!!

 
5.0

Just ordered my third ...

By Stacy

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Just ordered my third pair to break in for my first marathon. Love them and even though I didn't originally choose these shoes for their look, they ARE cute. Let's face it - the grey base shoes hide the dirt better! I graduated from the Saucony Ride at the recommendation of the folks at my local running store and am so please w/ them. The wide toe box is perfect for my Fred Flinstone feet and the cushion is just what I need for the longer distances! LOVE THEM and can't wait to get my grey/purple ones!

 
5.0

I haven't twisted my ...

By Lisa Nancollas

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I haven't twisted my ankles yet in these shoes. I Love Them!

 
5.0

These are the most ...

By fb

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

These are the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn. Not quite as springy as my Nike Vomero, but more comfortable. I can wear them for running and then not even want to take them off when I get home. Perfect!!

 
5.0

Goes to show we are all ...

By Teri

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Goes to show we are all different - I'm 46, 120 lbs. This is the first shoe that I don't feel an ongoing quad issue and I didn't lose any toenails in Boston. Shocking! I've used Nike, Asics, Muzuno. My feet issues are because they're wide at the bunion but not everywhere. I lose toe nails on all marathons regardless of toebox. This shoe isn't quite as comfy as the Vomero but I'll take no injuries! Obviously, I really like this shoe.

 
4.0

I was wearing the Asics ...

By JB

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I was wearing the Asics Gel Kayano which caused an injury for me as I didn't need as much support as it was giving me. I switched to the Triumph a month before my first marathon and have never looked back. I love this shoe.

 
5.0

Much better than the 5! ...

By MM8

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Much better than the 5! Doesn't have the "blister on the heel" problem of the 4, is comfortable to run in, and continues to have the wide toe box design. I feel they are more lightweight than the 4 (more like the 5 on this issue), but much more supportive and comfortable than the 5. Thank goodness Saucony got it right this time!

 
3.0

I loved the 5's and ...

By sgfruns

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I loved the 5's and thought I would like these too, but they just wreaked havoc on my feet. I have normal arches with a neutral stride, but these shoes have too much stability for me. Blisters on my arch, toes and heels after wearing them! I used to be able to take the 5's out of the box and wear them in a marathon no problem. I would suggest trying on the new model before buying if you liked the 5's.

 
5.0

Thank goodness, it's ...

By SLS

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Thank goodness, it's back! This shoe is awsome, my feet are happy again. Because of the poor design of the Triumph 5 I was forced to try other shoes, thus for a year now I've had plantar fashia problems. I agree with the first review, it doesn't seem as cushy overall as the 4's but the toe box on these seems even more comfortable, if that's possible.

 
5.0

Love it! My first running ...

By Jennifer

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Love it! My first running shoe was a lower end Saucony and I was unfortunately persuaded to try other brands as I invested more. Perfect fit on the heel with plenty of wiggle room in the toe. Glad to be back in a great feeling shoe.

 
5.0

I love this shoe. I have ...

By Polly

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

I love this shoe. I have tried other "neutral" type shoes. This one is the most comfortable, and still has the cushion my foot needs to train for the next marathon. The wide toe box is also so perfect for my foot.

 
5.0

Very comfortable and lots ...

By Audrey

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Very comfortable and lots of support. I agree that you need to buy a 1/2 size up. Great shoe... I'm buying a backup!

 
4.0

Not quite as cushy and ...

By BK Gilbertson

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Not quite as cushy and comfy as the ProGrid Triumph 4, but this shoe is back on track after the disaster that was the Triumph 5. I have about 70 miles on these new shoes with a 10 mile as the longest run. I have a feeling they may be more supportive for long runs than the 4, so these may be my new marathon favorites. Thanks to saucony for listening to their customers. I am a 140 #, orthodic wearing, 35 mile a week, medium-high arch who has been running for 30 years. Thanks

 
5.0

Right out of the box, 6 ...

By Paula

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Saucony ProGrid Triumph 6 Running Shoe:

Right out of the box, 6 mile run in the ran. No blisters. Loved the cushion. Plenty of toe room. For a small person Saucony is the way to go.

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I bought these after working with a fit expert at the Road Runner Sports Store. They fit me really well and I just ran the NYC Marathon in them. They are great! Please don't discontinue them!!!
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I adore this shoe. This is the second pair I have owned. I have a neutral foot but need lots of cushioning. These shoes do the trick. I run on a country road...banked and lots of gravel. Usually at nite or the early morning when it is hard to see. These shoes have good grip and keep me balanced. Nice wide toe box too! I have a regular width so I have to lace them pretty tight. But no worries. I will be back for more.
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Mon, July 27,2009:
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Fri, July 17,2009:
i had to return these. something was hurting my arches, not sure if it was the rigidity of the plastic arch lock wrap on the medial side (not pictured) or the footbed. i am an ave-high arched neutral-slight underpronator, and anything rubbing against the arch causes pain. so....back to the asics nimbus for me.
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Thu, July 16,2009:
My feet were happy the minute these shoes surrounded them. I am a HUGE fan of Saucony...they seem to be created on a shoe last that mimics my feet. This shoe breathes well and has a nice amount of "cush" in the forefoot; a spot that seems to take abuse due to my stride.
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Sat, July 04,2009:
You have to break them in at first. 3o mins jogging my feet would cramp up! Takes about 2wks. Then after they are great for long distance 6-10miles.They are really light.I like them.
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Thu, July 02,2009:
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Lots of cushioning, but really stiff. If you liked the 5s, then these will be a real disappointment. I'm now looking for more 5s to tide me over.
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Fri, May 29,2009:
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Mon, May 25,2009:
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Fri, May 15,2009:
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Mon, March 02,2009:
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Fri, February 27,2009:
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Wed, February 18,2009:
Love it! My first running shoe was a lower end Saucony and I was unfortunately persuaded to try other brands as I invested more. Perfect fit on the heel with plenty of wiggle room in the toe. Glad to be back in a great feeling shoe.
28.    MM8 rated this product 5 stars
Thu, February 12,2009:
Much better than the 5! Doesn't have the "blister on the heel" problem of the 4, is comfortable to run in, and continues to have the wide toe box design. I feel they are more lightweight than the 4 (more like the 5 on this issue), but much more supportive and comfortable than the 5. Thank goodness Saucony got it right this time!
29.    Polly rated this product 5 stars
Sun, February 08,2009:
I love this shoe. I have tried other "neutral" type shoes. This one is the most comfortable, and still has the cushion my foot needs to train for the next marathon. The wide toe box is also so perfect for my foot.
30.    SLS rated this product 5 stars
Mon, January 12,2009:
Thank goodness, it's back! This shoe is awsome, my feet are happy again. Because of the poor design of the Triumph 5 I was forced to try other shoes, thus for a year now I've had plantar fashia problems. I agree with the first review, it doesn't seem as cushy overall as the 4's but the toe box on these seems even more comfortable, if that's possible.
31.    BK Gilbertson rated this product 4 stars
Sun, December 14,2008:
Not quite as cushy and comfy as the ProGrid Triumph 4, but this shoe is back on track after the disaster that was the Triumph 5. I have about 70 miles on these new shoes with a 10 mile as the longest run. I have a feeling they may be more supportive for long runs than the 4, so these may be my new marathon favorites. Thanks to saucony for listening to their customers. I am a 140 #, orthodic wearing, 35 mile a week, medium-high arch who has been running for 30 years. Thanks

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