Saucony Grid Sinister

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Saucony Grid Sinister
Not a shoe to run hundreds of miles in, but an interesting, fast training model.

Our Review

The Sinister is a new, stripped-down shoe for neutral runners. Its USP is the Flexion Plate, a plastic plate running right along the shoe which pushes the wearer onto the forefoot to give a faster heel-to-toe transition. The Grid adds some stability and cushioning, while HRC midsole and OrthoLite liners ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

2 user reviews of Saucony Grid Sinister See all

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KJ
Just a pity they're so hard to get hold of. They should be on "general release" everywhere and I don't see why so few stores took stock. Continue reading...
Strange is not a word I would use for shoes,but the Sinisters are a bit of a weird feel.The heel is has a fair amount of cushioning and forefoot has very little by comparison however you do feel in contact with Continue reading...

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  • Price: £75.00
  • Year: from 2007