Saucony Women's Progrid Peregrine 2 Trail Running Shoes
One part off-road training shoe and one part minimalist runner, the Saucony Progrid Peregrine 2 Trail Running shoes for women are the perfect blend for seasoned veterans of the trail and those looking to take their workout off the local sidewalks. The Progrid Peregrine 2's minimal offset from heel to toe delivers the natural feel that minimalist runners are after, while Saucony's multi-directional lugged sole and secure heel pocket provides sure-footed traction and needed stability on loose and rugged trails. The full package offers a balanced, breathable and trail-worthy platform to take your workout into the woods and up the nearest mountain.
- Upper: Mesh and synthetic
- Lining: HydraMAX
- Midsole: ProGrid LITE
- Footbed: Ortholite with anti-microbial treatment
- Outsole: XT-900 carbon rubber
- Hydramax collar lining wicks moisture
- HRC+ Strobel Board uses an extra 1.5mm of EVA to up the comfort factor even more
- Heel ProGrid Lite adds balance and control on the trail
- SSL EVA blend maximizes rebound and durability without adding unnecessary weight
- 4-mm offset heel-to-toe differential gives you a close-to-the-ground feel
- External Bedrock outsole protects your foot from sharp rocks and roots
- High-traction rubber with multi-directional tread for all-terrain grip
- Minimalist uppers reduce bulk and weight
- Gaiter-compatible for foul weather fun
- Weight: 8.2 oz
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Reviews - Saucony Women's Progrid Peregrine 2 Trail Running Shoes
I bought these for hiking, not running, so I can't say anything about how they do as a running shoe. I love them for hiking though - very light and comfortable, breathable, great on trails, and very cute.
Great trail shoes
I really like these shoes. They have a thick sole and plenty of traction. They run true to size. I wear a size 7. The only reason that I am not giving them 5 stars is because after a lot of research, everything suggested that they will have very minimal arch support, and that was not the case. For most people, this will actually be a good thing, but I have flat feet and a minor ankle injury from my ankle rolling outwards.