Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS

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Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS
Recommended for big runners who need plenty of motion control.

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Pitched by its makers as the 'ultimate stability shoe', the latest Stabil features a support post that runs into the forefoot area for maximum pronation control. The shoe is also based on a new last that's wider in the midfoot and roomier in the toebox – meaning orthotic inserts can ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

4 user reviews of Saucony ProGrid Stabil CS See all

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this is the eight time i have bought this or the previous incarnation of this motion control shoe and despite going into my running shop to try something different for a change I keep coming out with these. Continue reading...
Amazing shoes, does what it's supposed to do, and does it well. I am converted to Saucony based on these shoes alone! Continue reading...
I’ve tried just about everything on the market including top spec versions of Asics, NB, Nike, Adidas, Mizuno, I could go on. This is by far the best shoe I’ve tried for my over pronation issues. As for where Continue reading...
I've had problems with hamstrings which seem to have lessened since moving to this shoe from a stability Mizuna so in spite of its ugliness, I would definitely recommend. Continue reading...

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Wow, I bought these yesterday 2 days after they came out in dubai, originally after doing research i wanted the brooks addiction, but thankfully they aren't available in Dubai.  I'm 110kg and 6ft so I needed something that would support me, as I've sufferred a lot of knee injuries with my ignorance on running shoes.  Last year I walked into the Asics shop here in Dubai, told them I suffer from overpronation and the sales assistant handed me a pair of kayanos, and they absolutely ruined my knees over the course of the year.  I have now purchased these progrid stabils and been on 2 runs, only 2 weeks after being unable to walk after a run, and I have not felt a thing in my knee, absolutely amazed and these shoes are a must.  I must admit I had never heard of Saucony but now I am a fan and will find it hard to switch to any other brand, saying that it's only day 2 and 2 runs, so lets see after 3 months, but this is the first time in years i have had no pain in my knee after going for a run. thank you geniuses at saucony!

Posted: 14/02/2010 at 10:27

Been running in a pair of these for about three months now; they are comfortable, extremely supportive and do also help with over-pronation issues.

 I had been running in Mizuno Wave Creation trainers until I was injured during the winter. i bought a pair of orthotic insoles for my 'new' Mizunos (which I have had for almost a year and only worn once) so I will try these and compare. 

Posted: 22/07/2010 at 19:21



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Above-average flexibility
Soft cushioning
  • Price: £90.00
  • Year: from 2009

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