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Lightweight for speed but cushioned and structured for distance.

Your old running shoe feels like a fat ham on your foot but you're not sure about running in glorified slippers. Saucony knows you need lightweight cushioning and protection from overpronation, which is why it made the Women's ProGrid Mirage Running Shoe. For daily runs and training, this breathable shoe's mesh upper and supportive mid-foot Arc meet you in the middle of traditional and minimalism so you can take your running to new heights.
  • With the HRC Strobel Board, EVA midsole, and heel ProGrid Lite technology, you get the cushioning and impact protection that a minimalist shoe can't offer
  • A Hydrator collar lining and EVA footbed help wick away sweat as you blast over hot asphalt
  • Blown rubber and XT-900 carbon rubber are arranged in an effective tread pattern for gripping streets, sidewalks, and trails through the park

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5 5

Great sneakers!

I bought these shoes because of the color combination and was a bit skeptical on how they would fit, but they are perfect! I have a high instep and slightly wide feet, but these shoes have been very comfortable. They are also light weight and I have received many compliments every time I go to the gym! I would highly recommend them to anyone!

3 5

look nice, run small, narrow

Got a great deal on these shoes, nice material. Not what I had in mind though. Much more substantial shoe than Saucony would have you think, not anything like barefoot style running. Also, these seem to run small. This is my first pair of Saucony sneakers, so I don't know if this is a common thing with them, but I am euro 45 in Vivo, and 10.5 in New Balance. I ordered 11/45 and they are snug to say the least. Hoping they will break in well and be ok. Also, since they're sold as a kind of transition-to-barefoot shoe, I expected the toe box to be wide but it's definitely not. Overall because of the fit I would probably return these if I hadn't gotten them off SAC, but dealing with the shipping makes it not worth it.

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China according to the label inside