For a super responsive ride and great cushioning, slip your feet into Saucony ProGrid Mirage 3 running shoes. An ounce lighter than its predecessor, they have superior stability that allows you to have a more confident gait. Just the right amount of guidance makes these shoes a great pick for slight overpronators seeking a minimal shoe.
Upper: Lightweight FlexFilm™ welded overlays are thin and flexible, and support the foot. Air mesh provides breathability. HydraMax™ collar lining offers great moisture wicking and a plush hand feel. Reflective elements increase visibility and safety. Flat laces decrease pressure points on the top of the foot.
Midsole: Removable perforated insole. An EVA sockliner offers plush, in-step comfort. ProGrid™ dissipates shock and absorbs impact for a smoother transition. HRC™ Strobel Board enhances the step-in comfort for a plush ride. The TPU Arch offers support for slight overpronation.
Outsole: XT-900™ carbon rubber material provides outstanding abrasion resistance and traction. Lightweight and flexible Blown Rubber adds cushioning and helps to maintain durability.
Runner's World Best Update
"Offering a touch of stability, the Mirage joins the Kinvara and Virrata in a lightweight collection Saucony has dubbed its Natural Series. This update has grooves that extend much deeper into the forefoot midsole, resulting in greatly improved flexibility at toe-off. Lighter materials in the shoe's upper—including thinner overlays that are melted on instead of stitched—contributed to nearly an ounce of weight savings. Wear-testers appreciate both changes. 'I like the shoe's flexibility and how it bends according to terrain without the foot slipping,' says Travis Broadnax, a 194-pound runner from San Diego. While the shoe's 7.3mm offset is a flatter platform than an average running shoe, the difference is small enough for most runners to adapt quickly."
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