Have you heard?! We will be at Pace Athletic Manly tonight with a new demo fleet for you to test out 🙌
We'll be there at 6pm with the Liberty, Freedom and Kinvara for you to try before Run Club at 6.30pm 👟
See you there! #SauconyAU #RunYourWorld
Been meaning to do this for a while... both myself and my wife have a pair of Saucony Excursions
. They are without question the best running shoes I have ever had. I have run on roads, along beaches a...nd over mountains and these have carried me everywhere I have taken them. As well as numerous trail half marathons we ran the 32km Routeburn Classic this year. That’s a solid day’s work I can tell you! These shoes never faltered, never slipped and after hundreds and hundreds of kms the soles are hardly worn. If it wasn’t for the mesh going around my little toes I’d be running in them for years. I just wanted to let you know the pleasure these have brought. To the design team and the manufactur ers - you guys are top shelf. You make things of beauty that enable people like me to enjoy the planet and the life I’ve been given. Just wanted to say thankyou.
I got my first pair of omni 15's a few weeks ago and they were good to go straight out of the box. The longest ive done in them so far is 15k so I'll hold off completely
raving about them until i go i...nto the 20's and further. I also need to see what the outsole durability is like but im hopeful of good durability .
I bought the 2nd latest Saucony Hurricanes
on specia (iso 3)l, was trying them out after finding the latest Asic Kayanos, not up to scratch, I bought for cushioning and added support, having a low arc...h and liking good bounce in my runners. Sadly I found the cushioning and bounce average, also after only a couple of wears on the road, joggng at 1-2km max the under tread started to come undone. I have just returned form Europe where I wore these for general trail walking and general street use at most. Sadly the treat continued to lift, the tread is the zigzag style and it has lifted on most parts of both shoes. I am quite light footed and also only weigh around 50kg. Sadly Saucony, I have not found your ISO 3 to be up to the standard I had hoped, they feel flat if I had to describe the cushioning , and the quality is clearly not high enough even for basic use as I found. The uppers, body and style wer nice, I have no complaints here, breathable , lightweigh t and stylish but the undersole and response is really sub parr sadly. I had hope to find a new, go to brand for cushioning and quality and support but sadly these hurricane 3s are about ready to be tossed after only a handful of wear,
Inger Torres DeOliveira
ed I brought two pairs of the triumph ISO trainers as on special a year ago. As very runner knows you need to swap your trainers 2 - 3 times a week so they can recover too. So now I'm u...p to my second pair and have only 73km and the soles are falling apart. Sadly saucony have told me it's wear & tear and I'm not covered as a year old, have showed all evidence as keep record on strava. Trainers aren't cheap so when you find the ones you love and are on special you do buy a few. Very disappoint ed �
to get Saucony field spikes from Saucony Australia (long jump spikes, high jump spikes, jav boots etc) Saucony make them, but won't sell them in Australia. Not all athletes do tra...ck events! Have asked numerous times and have had to purchase Saucony high jump spikes via Eastbay again.
The Best Shoes to Run in / Race - Training and or just to feel free !!!
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