What kind of Saucony Men's Kinvara 8 Running Shoe do you need?
100 Flexfilm. Imported. Rubber sole. EVERUN Top sole Construction, Flexfilm, Midfoot support system
Do you know what is the superiority of this Saucony Men's Kinvara 8 Running Shoe?
Shoes with a 4mm heel-to-toe offset deliver a more natural ride, letting your feet and body do more work while relying less on the shoes cushioning and stability features.
A breakthrough in cushioning. Livelier and more responsive, with smoother landings and stronger takeoff.
A strong, lightweight material is melded to the upper, which allows for fewer layers in the shoe. The result is a seamless, flexible feel.
The underfoot feel and amount of impact protection provided by the compressing materials between the foot and running surface.
The level of pronation control built into the shoe. Pronation is the inward rolling of the ankle through the gait cycle.
The difference in height between the heel thickness and forefoot thickness of the shoe.
Purposeful design and an amplified underfoot sensation come together in our most energized kinvara ever. With the addition of a full-length Everun top sole and stripped down upper, the Kinvara 8 gives back more energy with every stride while cradling the foot only where it s needed most. Challenge speed limits like never before in the Kinvara 8.
Saucony is among the most respected names in running shoes. We offer a wide range of running and walking shoes, each with the Saucony trademark fit, feel and performance. We ve spent years studying the biomechanics of top athletes. Our goal To develop creatively engineered systems that maximize your performance in your specific activity, allowing you to focus on the activity instead of the equipment. From our studies have come many innovative Saucony concepts. Advanced technologies-like Grid, the first sole-based stability and cushioning system–provide an advantage to athletes of all types.
Customer reviewsOkay gym shoe but didn t hold up
I don t want to get into the whole Saucony vs. Brooks debate, but as a test I bought a pair of these with a pair of Brooks running shoes. Every time I went to the gym or went for a run, I alternated between the Brooks and these Saucony s. These are a great looking shoe and feel good but developed a broken heel-tab after about 200 miles of walking running. The Brooks are coming up on probably 2,000 miles and still going strong. 200 miles is nothing for a shoe like this, so I was relatively disappointed.