As a FitFluential Ambassador, I was recently given the opportunity to try out the new Saucony Triumph 10 running shoes. I'm typically a Nike girl, and had just purchased a new pair to use while training for the Hot Chocolate 15K, but I wasn't about to turn down a pair of Saucony running shoes.
I've heard great things, to say the least. And I'm not necessarily a one-brand girl, so I laced up with an open mind.
Speaking of comfort, I tend to have problems with shoes because I have bunions. The bump on the inside of my big toes often gets squished in shoes, making for some major discomfort. But I had plenty of room in these shoes. I honestly felt like the front of the shoe was a bit wide, actually—but I think that's because of the "deeper flex grooves" built into the soles of the shoes.
an updated version. They're lighter, have a new crashpad and (going back to that "snug as a bug" feeling) feature a new ComfortLite sockliner that hugs your foot for added support (particularly around the arch of your foot).
Oh, AND. They come in some pretty sweet colors.
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Question: How many pairs of running shoes do you have in your rotation? Do you run in Saucony shoes, and if so, which model?
Note: I received a free pair of Saucony Triumph 10 running shoes from Saucony via FitFluential, Inc. I was not compensated for this review in any additional way. All opinions are my own.