Saucony GRID Triumph 3

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Saucony GRID Triumph 3
Decent stability for a cushioned shoe but it's not as comfortable as some other models on the market and it is a little heavy.

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The latest Triumph is built on the Jazz X last which makes for a snugger heel. The upper is a breathable mesh with a new arch-lock overlay designed to wrap the foot more securely. Wear-testers loved the fit of the shoe around the rearfoot, but some did comment that the ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

12 user reviews of Saucony GRID Triumph 3 See all

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I loved these trainers and was very dispointed the change in design for a year later did not agree with my feet. Sorry saucony had to move to brooks !!! Continue reading...
Average cushioning shoe with uncomfortable ankle support. Continue reading...
Took only a couple of 6-8M runs to break them in, then it was straight into 10-12M long runs with no probs.
Very comfy and cushioned.
Not a shoe to be doing speed-intervals in, but not the point. Have given t Continue reading...
Have worn really well, and the fit is super. I wear them with orthotics and they are super confortable no rubbing or sore sports. Continue reading...


I bought these shoes as a replacement for Asics 2120, which I found tight and uncomfortable, they also rubbed on the arch of my foot causing blisters. Went to my local running shop and was recommended a pair of Saucony Triumph 3's. Wow! they were so comfortable and fitted beautifully in all the right places (toe box, heels, arch). If you are looking for a pair of neutral shoes, then I would thoroughly recommend taking a look at these. I am now enjoying my running again! What a difference! Try them, you just might like them.

Posted: 03/12/2006 at 11:40

I have these shoes and I think they are fab. Went to a 'proper' running shop for the first time rather than the local JJB and tried on several different pairs after having my feet examined by the assistant. Main observation was that the Triumph seemed to have a wider fit then other shoes so I found them more comfortable for my wide feet compared with the other models I tried.

Posted: 02/03/2007 at 18:28

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