Zero Drop - 1:1 ration between the heel and forefoot, meaning there is no difference in hight from the tarmac between your heel and forefoot
XT900 Compound - provides great durability on the heelstrike and rearfoot strike respectively The midsole is made up of compression-molded EVA to control pronation and provide metatarsal cushioning. Suggested Mileage 1 to 20 miles per week
MINIMALIST RUNNING / BAREFOOT RUNNING Say hello to Saucony's new Hattori running shoes - a new range of minimalist running shoes designed and created to give you an unparalleled running experience. The Hattori is a super-lightweight, neutral running shoe and is acclaimed to be Saucony's lightest general purpose running shoe, ever! Featuring a unique 'mitten' like toe box, the Hattori allows your toes to naturally arch, grip and push off, which in turn will give you more power, a comfortable ride and increase muscle power (through continued use and training). And if that wasn't enough, the Saucony team have designed the shoe to further leverage natural toe movement through the use of a visible flex groove in back of the toes and in front of the metatarsals. Featuring sculpted foam of the sole and strategically placed impact cushioning, the Hattori delivers a slight piston effect without ever compromising natural motion.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Saucony
- Title: Saucony Lady Hattori Running Shoes
- Color: Pink
Welcome to the Saucony Lady Hattori Running Shoes, which is one of our choices in our range of leading running shoes for men and women. This classification of running shoe is the one for you if you're searching for the nearest thing to barefoot running, while benefitting from appropriate defence for your feet. Within the natural running shoe category, you have a variety of choices. The most minimal of our natural running shoes fit like a second skin. Your toes can all move independently. Then there's a half-way option: shoes that are set in the middle in between completely barefoot running and a conventional cushioned running shoe. You'll feel closer to the ground than you do in a common running shoe, with less of a drop from the heel to the forefoot. This will help you to land more on the midfoot and forefoot. Meanwhile, you'll have a fair amount of cushioning.