The strength of the Saucony Guide is that it suits a wide spectrum of runners. The cushioning rides well for runners of a wide range of weights, the transition from heel to forefoot is fine and it has no problems coping with forefoot strike. The fit is true, with an upper that holds your foot both securely and comfortably.
The shoe mixes good support and guidance for over-pronators with a level of responsiveness that you wouldn’t expect from a normal training shoe.
That means you can crank up the pace in faster sessions or just enjoy the feeling of an easier pace over steady miles. Also comes in a neutral-runner version called the ProGrid Ride.
Contact : Saucony 023 9282 3664 www.saucony.co.uk