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- Distance is trivial when you're riding in the supreme comfort of the Saucony® ProGrid™ Stabil CS 2.
- A running shoe built for the severe overpronator who requires a combination of cushioning and reinforced stability.
- Open mesh upper for a highly breathable environment.
- Synthetic leather overlays supply durable, targeted support.
- Stability Arch-Lock is composed of lightweight stretch materials in the arch that extend up through two of the eyelets and help promote a secure, snug fit.
- Hydrator Collar Lining offers great step-in comfort and enhanced moisture wicking to keep you drier.
- Comfortride Sockliner is exceptionally breathable and anti-microbial for a healthier environment.
- HRC Strobel Board for increased cushioning.
- SRC Forefoot Cushioning provides superb forefoot comfort and supports a more fluid toe-off.
- Heel ProGrid™ with Respon-Tek™ delivers maximum shock absorption and helps promote smoother transitions.
- Dual-density SSL EVA midsole offers maximum energy return and long-lasting wear, while minimizing overall weight.
- SRC Impact Zone supplies supreme shock attenuation and sets the foot up for a smoother ride.
- CS Zone (Controlled Stability Zone) provides optimal stability, while maintaining flexibility.
- Blown rubber outsole compound offers light cushioning for a smooth ride.
- XT-900 carbon rubber outsole supplies optimal durability and off-road traction.
- Heel Height: 1 in
- Weight: 11 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 8.5, width B - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Four years later, the Saucony® Jazz O, the most popular Saucony (now Saucony® Original) shoe to be made, was launched and in 1991, offered a midsole comprising both cushioning and stability-GRID® resulting in men's and women's shoes that delivered a superior ride.
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3% Full size too large
10% Half size too Large
79% True to size
8% Half size too small
0% Full size too small
79% Felt true to width
5% Felt narrower than marked
15% Felt wider than marked
64% Excellent arch support
26% Moderate arch support
10% No arch support
Saucony ProGrid™ Stabil CS 2
Average rating is 4 out of 5 from a total of 39 reviews.
Top Positive Review
4 people found this review helpful.
I have been a long time wearer of Brooks shoes for stability and I got the opportunity to buy one of these at a discount and I wanted to buy a new shoe and try it out. I still like my Brooks, but this shoe really does a nice job of providing overpronation support. I feel this shoe is adequately wide, that I am not walking on the edge and getting a blister along my arch as I do in other shoes... In addition, they are easy to lace and adjust the fit. I often find myself having to buy man's shoes to feel this well supported, and I appreciate that this is a woman's shoe and is holding up very well (as I am heavy and an extreme overpronator). I am very happy with them and will likely buy another pair in the future.Read more » « Show less December 30, 2011 by Terri C
Top Critical Review
2 people found this review helpful.
I did not like these at all. They really hurt my feet I should have stuck to my brooks Ariel, they have motion control and comfort. I have true flat feet not fallen arches or obesity maybe that is why these did not work for me not even with my custom orthotic are they comfortable. My feet hurt for the rest of the day after I wear them. I should have returned them.Read more » « Show less November 13, 2011 by Mo G
I have been a long time wearer of Brooks shoes for stability and I got the opportunity to buy one of these at a discount and I wanted to buy a new shoe and try it out. I still like my Brooks, but this shoe really does a nice job of providing overpronation support. I feel this shoe is adequately wide, that I am not walking on the edge and getting a blister along my arch as I do in other shoes... In addition, they are easy to lace and adjust the fit. I often find myself having to buy man's shoes to feel this well supported, and I appreciate that this is a woman's shoe and is holding up very well (as I am heavy and an extreme overpronator). I am very happy with them and will likely buy another pair in the future.
I'd also recommend: Brooks
- Terri C - customer
- from Norman, OK
- December 30, 2011
I've bought this same make and model of running shoe for a few years now. While last year I was excited about the switch to purple coloring, I'm even more excited about this year's change. The mesh over the toes is way more flexible than before. I'm training for my second marathon, and both my 2nd toenails had turned purple after the halfway point in training. I got these a few weeks later, and the increased flexibility in the shoe's upper has allowed my toes to start getting better, instead of worse. Way to go, Saucony! Also, I have very flexible feet which means I have no arch when my foot pounds down, and the stability of the sole means I never have any discomfort or problems in that area. I will definitely keep buying this shoe. Love it!
- Julie M - customer
- from Chicago, IL
- September 20, 2011
The Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS 2 doesn't have much arch support. I would classify this shoe as low to moderate arch support. Also the arch support isn't quite in the right place for my foot. (I need moderate to high arch support.) Since I have a high instep, I don't think it would work for me to try to replace this shoe's insole with an insole with greater arch support...the shoe wouldn't fit right as then it wouldn't accommodate my high instep. The mesh on this shoe is sheer enough to allow water in and you can almost see your socks...just thought someone would like to know. The mesh is made with large holes.
I'd also recommend: Brooks Ariel
Felt true to size
Felt true to width
No arch support
- Anonymous - customer
- from San Diego, California
- November 3, 2011
Great shoe for those needing stability and cushioning. My heel and Achilles discomfort has greatly decreased since I switched to this shoe. The shoe offers great arch support for an overpronator...Great for walking on pavement or trails. Good looking for a sneaker.
I'd also recommend: Keen
- Anonymous - customer
- from New York
- July 13, 2011
I like very much how lightweight these are compared to previous versions of the Grid Stabil I have worn. Same comfort and support, but without so much heft. However, within a week of buying these, part of the sole started to come off, so perhaps they aren't as well made as previous versions.
- Ellen F - customer
- from Westchester County, New York
- July 17, 2011