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Low, but not too low.

If your Achilles tendons go crazy when you try pure minimalist shoes but you'd still like to experience a little bit of the barefoot movement, take a more gradual approach with the Saucony Men's ProGrid Mirage 2 Running Shoe. Featuring a 4mm offset that gives you a close-to-the-road feel without overly stressing your lower leg, the lightweight Mirage 2 provides medium arch support and stability to satisfy runners with neutral gaits as well as slight overpronators.
  • Breathable mesh upper and HydraMAX lining vent and wick moisture to create a more comfortable environment around your foot
  • HRC Strobel Board, EVA midsole, and heel ProGrid Lite technology deliver cushioning and impact protection
  • Carbon rubber XT-900/IBR blown rubber compound outsole grips the blacktop, sidewalk, or trail

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5 5

My high mileage shoe

My favorite shoe for regular training runs on the road and non-technical trails. Unlike the Kinvara (a great racing shoe), these hold up for 600+ miles for me. Fits true to size and provides just enough to support to make them comfortable on a long run but still promote good form and a mid to fore foot strike. I'm on my third pair and wish I had a couple more in waiting!

5 5

Awesome

The Mirage is basically the Kinvara with some light pronation control. The arch support is very little, but you can tell the difference from a neutral shoe. There's also more rubber on the bottom than the Kinvara which I think will help with durability. I've used them about a dozen times now and I'm totally stoked on them!