I've been wearing this running shoe - - - and ONLY this running shoe - - - since its debut in 1991. It's the last shoe Saucony made that depends solely on compressed EVA rather than gimicky (clunky) inserts for cushioning. (Saucony uses a unique last with a broad toebox and narrow heel which is the only one that my foot fits so my choices are limited to its product line.) The company makes one production run of these annually whose output becomes available in the spring and I've found that if one doesn't jump on the new shipment right away the most popular sizes become unavailable quickly.
In my eighth decade, my marathoning days are but a memory, but these shoes still enable me to putter down the pavement with the same ease with which I used to fly by water stations. (Like a gazelle, as I recall.)