Sauconys go-to training shoe for runners seeking lightweight stability, the Guide 5 arrives a full 1.5 oz./40 gm lighter than its predecessor version! ProGrid foam running from heel to toe provides the ideal blend of cushion and responsiveness, and an 8mm offset encourages a smooth transition with less impact. Specifications: Shoe CategoryStability Ideal UseRoad Running Weight258 gram Glossary: Sauc-FitA unique system in the upper that not only locks the midfoot onto the platform but also keeps the heel secure and comfortable. HRC Strobel BoardIncreases cushioning and step-in comfort. Memory FoamStrategically placed Memory Foam in the heel provides a heel pocket for a snug fit. Comfortride SocklinerSaucony's exclusive open cell foam sockliner. It is antimicrobial and breathable while providing superior cushioning and ride. Lightweight Breathable MeshProvides lightweight breathability. Full Length ProGrid LITESaucony's lighest version of ProGrid that absorbs impact, dissipates shock and sets the foot up for a smooth transition. Dual Density SSL EVAOur most advanced EVA blend that maximizes rebound and durability while minimizing weight. Heel ProGridSaucony's latest cushioning technology, ProGrid absorbs impact, dissipates shock and sets the foot up for a smooth transition. SRC Impact ZoneProvides shock attenuation and sets the foot up for a smooth transition. XT-900A carbon rubber outsole material that offers exceptional traction properties without sacrificing durability.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Saucony
- Title: Saucony Women's Pro Grid Guide 5
- Color: White/silver/blue
The Saucony Women's Pro Grid Guide 5 is one of our choices within the RunningInjury category of stability running shoes for men and women. These running shoes offer a mix of features, such as cushioning, medial support and resilience. They typically avoid excessive motion. And they are usually thought of as offering a compromise between motion control and cushioned running shoes. Are stability shoes for you? Well, stability running shoes will typically be appropriate those runners with mild to moderate overpronation and who usually have low to normal arches.