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Saucony Men's PowerGrid Triumph 10 Running Shoe - Dick's Sporting Goods

Saucony Men's PowerGrid Triumph 10 Running Shoe

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The Saucony® PowerGrid™ Triumph 10 running shoe has the perfect balance of cushion, support and durability for the runner looking for a highly cushioned ride. PowerGrid cushioning is built into the midsole and will ensure each step boasts comfort while the redesigned crashpad facilitates a smooth landing and transition. Start logging those miles as the Sauc-Fit heel system and supportive underlays keep your foot locked in place.

FEATURES:

  • Shoe type: Neutral
  • Supportive underlays cradle your foot inside the shoe
  • Sauc-Fit™ system will lock your midfoot and heel into place
  • HydraMAX collar lining enhances breathability around the ankle
  • ComfortLite™ sockliner contours to your feet to reduce pressure points and increase comfort
  • HRC+ Strobel Board for in-step cushioning with an extra 3mm of foam
  • PowerGrid™ cushioning system absorbs and distributes impact
  • Impact Interface cushions and isolates heel impact
  • SRC™ impact zone for a smooth transition and shock absorption
  • IBR+ outsole is 33% lighter with more cushioning
  • XT-900™ premium carbon rubber outsole for durability
  • 8mm heel-to-toe offset
  • Weight: 10.4 oz
  • Style: 20176-2
  • Saucony


Country Of Origin: Imported

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great shoes These are really comfortable shoes with good support. April 7, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Saucony Triumph 10 Purchased Saucony Triumph 10 after finally wearing out my pair of Saucony Triumph 9's after around 400 miles of great support and cushion! The Triumph 10 still has the great support and cushion but the toe box has been narrowed so much that my toes felt like they were being pushed forward in the shoe. I was so disappointed in the changes in the toebox of the Triumph 10's. I returned them for a pair of the Brooks Ghost 6 which fit my feet well, lock in my ankles, along with a wider tounge that doesn't slide to the outside of my anke like the Triumph 9's had a tendency to do. They also lend themselves to more of a midfoot strike due to the heel to toe drop of 10.5. February 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saucony running shoes I love these shoes. Plenty of cushioning and air flow. Glad to be back in Saucony shoes. September 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome I wore these on a trip that needed extensive walking, and these were great! On the last night of the trip, they were washed into the ocean, because i left them too close to the water on the beach. Best shoes that I have ever owned! Plus they look awesome. Must buy for anyone! July 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Running Shoes Shoes provide good support for running on hard surface. May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by sacony shoes Love these shoes just what I needed? Fit the foot wonderful. Extremely comfortable, both inside and outside arches exactly where I needed. May 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good cushion, wears well It is difficult to find a cushioned running shoe that does not try to change your gate with a "stability" feature. This is a great one. April 17, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not same as 9 Wear men's wide, but this shoe doesn't have the heel depth for orthotics, like the 9. Waste of money. Eats your socks an you walk out of the shoe. Recommended by my foot doctor the 9. He was upset about the change in the 10, so now we are off o find another shoe. All his patients patients wore the 9 a lot of runners wear orthotics. February 1, 2013
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