Saucony Ride 7 Review
The Saucony Ride is a neutral trainer that is lightweight and flexible, and offers a lot of cushion support. Other Saucony Ride 7 Review will agree that among all the Ride series by Saucony, Ride 7 is the best version yet. The decision to cover the pair from heel to toe with their Power Grid EVA Foam provided a very smooth ride on just about any surface. The heel drop has been lowered to 8mm, similar to Saucony Triumph but more lightweight. The Ride 7 is a good pair of running shoes for those looking for a lightweight cushion support coupled with smooth transition for fast paced running.
Let’s get down to a more detailed Saucony Ride 7 review.
Saucony made great improvements to the Ride 7 by lowering the heel drop but still providing ample support and comfort, quite great for typical running shoes on the market. The outsole is equipped with a full rubber clad, making it durable and versatile. The upper is made of a combination of dual density mesh, synthetic leather and a rand extending from heel to toe to provide additional support. A common thing among all other Saucony Ride 7 Review we’ve read is that we applaud the pairs traditional shoe execution, durability and versatility combined, while maintaining the lightweight feeling. It does a great job of keeping your foot locked down while running a couple of miles. The price value is on point with $120 dollars making it very affordable for what it has to offer.
A high mileage trainer will definitely enjoy the Ride 7. It provides comfort without sacrificing durability. The fit is snug and bit roomy past your small toe. When it comes to style, the pair also delivers. The colorway available a great and the pair scores high when it comes to aesthetics. The reflective bits on the shoe are bright enough to draw attention to you while out running. Night runners will love this bit of feature. The material used under the tongue is also smooth and soft to the touch adding big points on comfort.