Saucony ProGrid Guide 3

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  • Published Jul 23, 2010

As a stability trainer, the ProGrid Guide offers a secure fit for lower-volume feet and plenty of motion control, in a comfort-oriented and affordable package. Our testers found the fit on the snug side, the feel toward the luxurious end of the spectrum, and the ride a mix of comfortable stability with structure. The enhanced heel cup cushioning was duly noted.

Heel fit: Very snug
Midfoot fit: Super close-fitting
Forefoot fit: Narrow
Flexibility: Flexible
Perceived Weight: Light
Barefoot factor: Structured
Cushioning: Very soft
Stability: Very stable
Responsiveness: Bouncy

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