About Saucony

Whether you are seeking to PR at your next half marathon, or are taking your first strides into the running world, Saucony® challenges you to find your strong.

What began as a brand known among a small group of runners has become one of the leading names in the running industry. Saucony strives to stay on top of the market with innovative designs, and offers a variety of running, cross-training, trail running, track and field, and walking shoes.

Each foot is unique, as is each athlete. You will find running shoes in the neutral, guidance, and stability categories to accommodate runners of all shapes, sizes, and gait types. Athletes who require wide shoes or narrow shoes need not look any further, because Saucony has your back (and your soles).

You can’t find your strong if you’re not looking for it. Lace into your favorite Saucony® running shoe and see where the road takes you!

Latest Reviews

  • Hurricane ISO 2 Posted: Sep 28, 2016 Reviewer: from Overall: 3 Stars Comfort: 3 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    The heel on these is really low. So low I felt like my foot was going to fall out when I pushed off.
  • Triumph ISO 2 Posted: Sep 28, 2016 Reviewer: JadesFire from CA Overall: 4 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 3 Stars
    I bought these shoes for walking, not running. I needed a well-cushioned, flexible, wide, light pair of shoes for walking on man-made surfaces. These hit every one of those needs perfectly. I have weird feet that rub painfully in weird spots on shoes (usually the arch support in the wrong place), which befuddles shoe store workers trying to help. These don't do that (victory!). Plus they feel really good on hard surfaces. They will be my Disneyland shoes for sure.
  • Progrid? Integrity ST 2 Posted: Sep 28, 2016 Reviewer: Margaret Calhoun from Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    Wonderful shoe, just runs big. I reordered it a half size smaller. Love it!
  • Kineta Relay Posted: Sep 27, 2016 Reviewer: from Overall: 2 Stars Comfort: 3 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    These are really cute sneakers, but have NO arch support. They were too small in length. The tongue is quite different. It's attached to the inside of the sneaker where you would tie the shoe. So you have to manipulate the shoe to get it on. The tongue is also slightly padded, which was nice. Very light weight.
  • Redeemer Posted: Sep 27, 2016 Reviewer: from Awesome Austin Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    I have been wearing Sauconey shoes for many years. The Redeemer is sized differently and doesn't fit. The Stabil C3 was the best shoe for pronation. I am sorry they no longer make it.
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