Two of Saucony's cornerstone models will be available in June, and they have been updated to make your run even better.
The Saucony Ride 6 will be released in June 2013. One of the most recognizable shoes among neutral trainers, it has undergone a significant midsole makeover. Saucony replaced ProGrid with a heel-to-toe insert of PowerGrid to improve the overall performance of the shoe, allowing for more cushioning and responsiveness. Also, with a more breathable mesh and deeper flex grooves underneath the forefoot, the new Ride will feel even smoother throughout your gait cycle. The men's size 9 weighs 9.9 ounces and the women's size 8 weighs 8.8 ounces--a very light shoe that is still quite cushioned.
The Saucony Ride 6 is recommend for neutral-footed runners or very mild overpronators.
Watch the video below to hear more about the new Ride 6 from Saucony's Mark Johnson:
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The Omni 12, Saucony's premier stability or "stability plus" model, will be released in June 2013 as well. Product designers have added a PowerGrid heel-to-toe insert for a better overall ride. The crash pad in the heel has been decoupled to promote a smoother transition from landing to toe-off. Arch-Lock and and SupportFrame technology ensures a great fit.
The Saucony Omni 12 is recommended for mild to moderate overpronators.
In the video below, Mark tells us what to expect in the new Saucony Omni 12:
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