Men's SAUCONY® POWERGRID HURRICANE 15 :: Run light and flexible while knowing you've got the stability to take the world by storm with the men's Saucony® PowerGrid Hurricane 15. Get superior, lightweight cushioning with the PowerGrid™ midsole technology, and lock in a secure, stable fit with the upgraded upper featuring the Support Frame FlexFilm™ heel locking system. Sleek styling keeps you looking slick while you're running strong. 11.2 ounces
I ordered these to stay with the hurricane line of shoes they have been treating me well. I owned two pairs of hurricane 12's they were great. Then I was forced to move up to the next model. Which I then chose the hurricane 13. The hurricane 13 was the best shoe I had until it wore out. I had over 300 miles on that pair. The hurricane 14 I skipped out on and went with the 15's. I love the way they look they started off great however lost their cushioning much more quickly. I feel that they have reached their age prematurely. I have about 180 miles on my shoes and I think their getting close for retire. I ran some of my long distances in these shoes and they don't seem to be up for the comfort level for the long distances of excess 13 miles. The picture I have is of the 12,13,and 15. If you look closely you can see less cushioning on the 15's in the heal and this they applied throughout the shoe. Lighter but not better. BRING BACK THE HURRICANE 13S!!!!
La Porte IN
Great shoe with some flaws...
First pair of Saucony shoes and I must say I'm rather impressed. The level of cushioning on this shoe is probably even greater than the shoe I initially held so high for cushioning: the Kayano 18s. Great for me since I'm a heavier runner and I've had recurring injuries, so I need a lot of cushioning from the forefoot to the heel. Some people mentioned the toe box was too narrow, so I went with a 2E instead of the usual D width and I've not had a problem with a tight toe box whatsoever. Pronation control is also very good.
My one complaint is the lack of sufficient arch support. I have normal arches and good arch support is an absolute must since I suffer from tendonitis. I don't feel like I quite get the adequate amount of arch support I need from these shoes. I'm not sure if it's because of the 8mm heel-to-toe drop or just overall absence of arch support, but it simply isn't there for me. Also, the 8mm heel-to-toe drop felt very comfortable initially, but now that I've had some time with the shoes, I think exerts some strain on my achilles tendon since the base of the shoe is flatter. Making it about 9 to 10mm would probably be better.
The Hurrican 15s are definitely worth taking a look at. If the issues I mentioned were resolved, I think they might be the perfect running shoes.
Great for Midfoot Running
I ordered these on a Monday and got them 2 days later. Pretty fast, considering I live in Hawaii. Anyway, I'm more of a casual runner, doing about 10-14 mi/wk. I'm 5'8" and have average to low arches and weigh 207 (ok, 208) lbs and have a midfoot strike when running. I've been using Asics Kayanos or NB 1225/1260s and this is my first Saucony. I'm very impressed at how this shoe MAKES you want to do mid/forefoot strikes. I also use a Superfeet orthotic when I run. These are very comfy, pretty good support, and just a joy to run in. I did 3 miles the first time out and my legs and feet didn't hurt as much as in my current NB 1260. Since it's so new, I'm not sure how it will do as far as durability, however, the fit and finish are top-notch. I personally think this is the way to go vs. minimalist shoes. I'm mightily impressed and I doubt that these will be my last pair from Saucony. Definitely recommended!
Feels great, durable
I've had great luck with the Hurricane 15. They have proven durable and very comfortable for road, treadmill and trails. Typically I wear out the forefoot cushion on shoe a bit early (like with the Saucony Progrid Omni), but the Hurricane is lasting quite well.
Another good point - decent pronation control, without having the problem the shoe feels tilted. The Progrid Omni in particular was not optimal when just standing or walking, like my feet were sliding to the outside of the shoe (though fine when running). The Hurricane feels great if just casually walking or hanging out.
I've now purchased 3 pairs. Two for rotation, and a spare. For reference, 5'9", 165lbs, 30 or so miles per week, typical pace around 7:45/mile but trying to drop under 7min/mile
Previous shoes include Asics 21xx series, Saucony Progrid Omni, New Balance 1260v2 (all worked well, Hurricane is better for me)
San Jose, CA
Great, but need to give them a chance
Very light comfortable shoe. My foot is between medium and wide. Finally went for a 2ee and took a little getting used too. These are very cushiony wide shoes and initially did not feel road and felt I was swimming in them. After a few runs I realized how comfortable after my feet swell a little..My old shoes were great for the first 3 miles and felt uncomfortable and tight after that. These are a pleasure and so cushiony and provide some support as well without feeling overpowering.
I would highly recommend you stick to them long enough to get used to them and you will swear by them. Helps to have road runner 90 day trial policy for VIP members in the event it doesn't work out.
Comfortable stability shoe
Good shoe. I'm even more appreciative, considering the problems I've had for about a year now finding a good successor to the old Keyano that seemed to lose its way starting with the 18's (haven't tried the 20's). The Hurricane is comfortable, and has a great cushioned feel, without being too "mushy." About the only problem is that I start noticing those infernal hot spots on the bottom of my right mid-foot after about 2 1/2 - 3 miles. I've only worn one shoe in the past 2 years that didn't produce hot spots. What's going on? Is it me? Anyway, I like the Hurricane 15's!
Beware - Not An Improved Hurricane 14
I was disappointed that after a short time on the market the Hurricane 14 was discontinued and replaced by the Hurricane 15. Not the same shoe. The toe box and uppers have been slightly modified so that I cannot wear this shoe. Tried two different pairs and both cause foot/toe pain and seemed to force me to run very flat footed. Saucony...why oh why did you discontinue the 14? Please bring it back!
The Wine Runner
El Cerrito, CA
I have been having issues with my ankles, so i called and spoke with someone in customer service. They recommended that i wear a stability Plus shoe. So after reading reviews and knowing how much i like Saucony, i went with the Saucony. I have loved these shoes right out of the box.
Do yourself a favor and get them. There light, and very comfortable.
Good solid choice, just what I needed.
Due to some knee and back issues I had to get away from the real lightweights. Tried the brooks and asics which had always been my go to choices. The Saucony just felt better. With runs of 6, 8 and 10 miles plus a few shorter trips, they are providing just what I wanted. A smooth ride, nice cushion and great feel. I would buy these again.
Pretty light, given the high stability
The in-store team helped me pick these out, and I immediately liked the support, as compared to my old Nikes. The slight bulge in the inside of the forefoot looked odd at first, but the support felt great once I started running. I haven't compared many running shoes yet, so I'll give it 4 out of 5.
San Jose, CA
Well wIth custom orthotic insoles.
Got custom orthotic insoles due to sever feet problems. Orthotics were problems in some other athletic shoes that I had. These shoes were referred to me at Road Runners. The size and width of the shoe makes it very comfortable to do long walks (5 to 7+ miles).
Sandy Springs, Ga
Great shoe so far!
I am over weight, trying to get back in shape Running 30 min every other day. Sp far they have had great support and cushion. I have a slightly wide foot, and the wide size fits me perfect. My only complaint is the color scheme, but that is minor. Will update as to how the wear.
Fast and comfortable
I was fitted for the Hurricane 15 for my 1st marathon and these shoes did not dissapoint. They are light weight, durable and comfortable. I have 2 pairs one which has close to 400 miles and is still very comfortable after long runs.
Very good shoe
Very good shoe at a great price as far as "stability plus" shoes go. For me at least, I needed the extra wide in the Hurricane 15 where I usually don't for other "stability plus" shoes. I got the extra wide and they're great.
De Pere, WI
Perfect shoe for my heavy load!
As a rhino sized runner with flat feet I have sought the perfect shoe for a long time. The custom fitting, insoles, and support offered by RRS and this shoe is the best of 9 attempted.
First time with this brand and very impressed. Walking right now, aim to get back to running, really great shoe for both. Even though bought one full size larger the fit is good.
shoe I was looking for and didn't know
soles wear quite quickly on asphalt, but shoe has lower heel and feels natural after I got used to that. good cushioning without being pillow soft. a great combination for me
If you tipically wear a wide shoe (2E) this shoe will feel tight. The Hurricanes have been my go to shoe; I was disapointed they did not fit and there was not a wider show option.
Very comfortable running shoe!
I run a combination of treadmill and pavement on a regular basis and this shoe has provided very good service. Even has help with my tendonitis problem.
Missouri City, Texas
super perfect cushion 4 beefcake runner
excellent cushion for full-size runners. the featherweights can do as they please without consequence. these shoes perfect for bruisers.
scenic city street by street
Excellent running/gym shoe. My feet and legs feel ten times better when I'm running. Definitely glad I got them!
Good running shoe.
Combined with cushioned insoles, these shoes usually last me about 350 miles, and no more plantar fasciitis problems.
Comfort for a big runner
I run about 10-15 miles/week. These shoes are comfortable and supportive. Very important since I'm 230lbs.
Not Brooks Trance Wide-Width!
Heel height is too low. I prefer the standard 12 mm height. This seems to put extra stress on my foot. Plenty wide enough.
My son loves them
My son really likes them. He wears inserts and tell me that they are very comfortable.
San Diego CA
These are nice running shoes. I run 20 miles a week and these shoes feel great.
Saucony Powergrid Hurricane 15
I have enjoyed running in Saucony products over the years, a very well made shoe
25-30 miles per week. My favorite shoe right now. Hope they don't do an update!
Great model shoe continues
Used exclusively for running. Ended my problems with sore shins and arches.
Good mix of stability and cushioning.
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