Saucony ProGrid Triumph 7

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charlie sharpe
Reviewed: 29 November 2011

Great! Seem perfect for my foot just bought 5th pair.

Very comfy, durable (i run quite high milage thus wearing through so many pairs) and good value (£50 on sale but have seen them frequently around 65 delivered) orange colour is great too.
Can't say i've had any problems.
This year i have worn through 3 pairs of 7s and a pair of triumph 6, just yesterday got the 8s and although only done 30miles so far in them they were perfect as always straight out of the box.
Score breakdown



Fit:
5.0
Responsiveness:
4.0
Cushioning:
5.0
Comfort:
5.0
Breathability:
5.0
Durability:
4.0
Value:
4.0

charlie sharpe would recommend this product
michele Firth
Reviewed: 23 February 2011

very disapointed, Paid £85.00 from Tri and Run very hard does not feel like a cushioned shoe.

This shoe is very hard to run on, having run in Saucony for the last year and decided to upgrade to the next Triumph found them very hard and didn't feel like they had any cushioning in them, they have not softened over the 4 months that I have had them and am now looking at moving away from saucony and finding a new make to get the comfort that I am looking for in a cushioned shoe. Having had an operation to allow me to run again I had thought that the top range shoe would assist but very dissapointed in this shoe.
Not good very poor, can't think of anything good about this shoe. Should have sent them back to the shop when they came through the wrong colour having ordered the orange and got the blue. Am now looking for a new manufacturer to give me the cushioning I origianlly got from the previous Saucony shoe I had.
Score breakdown



Fit:
3.0
Responsiveness:
1.0
Cushioning:
1.0
Comfort:
2.0
Breathability:
3.0
Durability:
3.0
Value:
1.0

michele Firth would not recommend this product
Louise Warren
Reviewed: 21 February 2011

Very disappointing - waste of money.

The orange colour ws nice!
Very stiff and inflexible.
Having worn the Saucony Triumph shoes for years, I had no worries about spending £85 on the Triumph 7. As it turned out this was a big mistake. The shoes were stiff and inflexible and caused numerous problems with blisters and aching knees (never ever had these problems before).

Very disappointing - after 100 miles I gave up on them and have now purchased a pair of Asics Gel Nimbus. Much better!
Score breakdown



Fit:
4.0
Responsiveness:
2.0
Cushioning:
1.0
Comfort:
1.0
Breathability:
4.0
Durability:
3.0
Value:
1.0

Louise Warren would not recommend this product
Sprouts
Reviewed: 19 September 2010

wasted my money one this version

None
Heavy shoe,inflexible,seems to be very much different to the triumph 6.














After useing the triumph series since no 4 I was happy to shell out £90 for this version. What a mistake. It seems big and heavily constructed with huge heal cusioning but strangely it is extremly firm and inflexible, more like a stability shoe. Not for me.Now going to ditch saucony and move to another make.Very disapointed

Score breakdown



Fit:
3.0
Responsiveness:
2.0
Cushioning:
2.0
Comfort:
1.0
Breathability:
3.0
Durability:
3.0
Value:
1.0

Sprouts would not recommend this product
Magpie37
Reviewed: 16 May 2010

Very disappointing version of a shoe that i have used for years

A good snug fit around foot and will be more responsive at the price of cushioning
Whats happened to the fantastic cushioning that triumphs were good for. Much firmer compared to older versions
I have used grid triumph shoes for many years now (think the first ones I used were No2's that i first picked up) , I have had all versions since then but the 7th version of this shoe has been desperately disappointing. They have always had fantastic cushioning but this version felt wrong from the off.
They are much firmer and just don't suit someone like myself who needs cushioning to help my injury prone Achilles and calf muscles
. I feel i have wasted £85 and have since spent £70 on lunarglide+ which so far have been much comfortable (shame about the hideous colour mind) . I hope saucony are listening as they have produced great shoes over the years but not the No7's.
I will be very reluctant to go back to them, shame
Score breakdown



Fit:
4.0
Responsiveness:
3.0
Cushioning:
2.0
Comfort:
3.0
Breathability:
4.0
Durability:
4.0
Value:
2.0

Magpie37 would not recommend this product
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