Saucony Progrid Guide 5

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Saucony  Progrid Guide 5
An everyday training shoe for runners looking for speed over comfort.

Our Review

A stability shoe under 300g for both sexes is, in the world of running geekery, a major talking point. The Guide has shed over 40g, but the light stability features were uncompromised and fans noticed the 8mm heel drop, which tipped them towards a midfott landing. Forefoot cushioning could be ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

5 user reviews of Saucony Progrid Guide 5 See all

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A decent shoe, but maybe geared towards heel striker's who are looking to change to a mid/forefoot strike. Saucony made big noises about the 8mm heel/toe drop, but as a mid-foot runner, i didn't really seem to Continue reading...
Gret shoe fully recommend these! Continue reading...
Having had Guide 3's & 4's and liked then it was natural to go for this cool looking new shoes and must say I'm not disappointed.

I could immediately feel my running style change from pronounced heel strike Continue reading...
Brand new pair of ProGrid 5 available for only £50.00 plus postage (or collect from Milton Keynes or Northampton). Won in a competition but unsuitable for my neutral running style.

Still boxed, totally unus Continue reading...


I like these trainers as i found they fit my style of running and they grip the road good as well, I dont have much to fault these trainers.

Posted: 21/05/2012 at 19:03

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Light stability features.
Forefoot cushioning needs work.
  • Price: £95.00
  • Year: from 2012

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