This model may still be available on clearance. But we've reviewed a newer version since we published this.
On the surface, the updated Hurricane looks a lot like its predecessor, but when you look deeper you see that an already fine shoe has been improved further.
The most important change is in the midsole, where the second midsole density has been extended upwards in the rearfoot. This
makes the Hurricane more stable. Also, while it still has the rearfoot GRID device, the configuration of the GRIDs Hytrel strings has
In its predecessor, the strings that protruded through the midsole had been evenly spread out. Now theyre thicker and closer together on the medial side of the shoe (for better stability), and thinner and more spread out on the lateral side (for a softer ride). The result: weartesters noticed the new Hurricanes softer landing.
In the forefoot, some of the rubber has been removed and replaced with a more flexible configuration, similar to Asicss DuoSole. Saucony is also using more open mesh in the Hurricanes forefoot to make it slightly wider.
The 3D Hurricane has never been a light shoe, but it is smooth, stable and built to last. The softer cushioning in this new version makes it more luxurious than before, which should widen its appeal to incorporate lighter runners.
Try it on if you liked Asics Gel Kayano (£100)
; Mizuno Wave Creation (£90)
; New Balance 1220 (£100)