Saucony Progrid Triumph 4

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Saucony Progrid Triumph 4
Great cushioning, and also rides better than before.

Our Review

Until now Saucony has only placed GRID - a cushioning technology which resembles the strings of a tennis racket - in the heels of its shoes. The Triumph 4 has full length ProGrid, incorporating the foam/rubber material Respon-Tek to aid cushioning and energy return. Although our lab test doesn't rate ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

14 user reviews of Saucony Progrid Triumph 4 See all

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Very disapointed with this shoe. ran i the 3's and no problems. Too much change for change sake! Continue reading...
Lovely cushioning, but I always get blisters on the instep on both feet after about 3 miles.
Real shame as I can't really use them any more for this reason.
My favs are the Grizzly approach, but not really a Continue reading...
Switched to this shoe after wearing Nike Pegasus for years. The pegasus used to be the benchmark for plush cushioning, but recently the cushioed and the fit have gone downhill.

The saucony Progrd Triumph 4 Continue reading...
I was very happy with this shoe until my one ankle became uncomfortable and I had my gait analysed. The softer rearfoot midsole(compared to Asics Nimbus for example) has led to my ankle dropping in, after only Continue reading...
This shoe will run and run, Saucony's best neutral shoe yet. This shoe will eat up the miles and still deliver every time. Continue reading...

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