Saucony does it again with the newest version of the Kinvara line. The Saucony Kinvara 10 running shoes are sticking with their roots, launching with the classic colors of the original Kinvara. Saucony kept all the things that you love about the previous iterations of these sneakers, only improving on a few aspects to make them even better than before.
You will still get the EVERUN topsole and the EVA+ midsole that will give you a high comfort level and a responsive ride. Customers loved the past iterations of the Kinvara and it is expected that these ones will be even better. If you are looking for an all around great pair of running shoes for race day then the Saucony Kinvara 10 sneakers may be the best choice for you.
There are two friction pads located on the bottom of the sneakers, one on the external side of the heel and the other on the internal side of the toe box. The pads are placed in the high friction areas and give you an extra layer of rubber to help combat premature wear and tear.
The second feature you can expect from these great shoes is the guidance system that is located in the middle of the outsole. It is carved on the outsole starting at the heel, splitting around the middle of your foot and ending at your toes. The guidance system helps keep your shoes straight when you land on them and gives you a more flexible toe-off.
Inside these sneakers have not changed too much from the previous versions either. The one big change is that there are now two new heel pads that are located at the sides of your feet a little below your ankle which will help give you additional support and keep your feet locked into place. You will also get a Formfit footbed that gives you one last layer of cushioning.
You will also get the Formfit footbed that is new to this iteration of the Kinvara line which will give you one last layer of cushioning. The materials that make up the upper are also designed to give you a comfortable fit and feel while wearing them. There are only a few layers of engineered mesh material that make up the upper and the addition of the 3D printed overlays give you a seamless feel for a higher comfort level.
Saucony also opted to use good quality materials for the upper of these shoes so they could use fewer layers to keep the weight down without sacrificing durability. If this iteration is going to be anything like its predecessors then we can expect good quality and durable pair of running shoes that customers will love.
The first is the outsole, this is designed to help protect the bottoms of your feet from sharp and abrasive objects that you may come into contact with while you are on the run. The outsole also provides a decent amount of traction which can help reduce your risk of slipping and falling.
Another great feature is that the EVA+ midsole of these sneakers offers great shock absorption while you are running. That is extremely important because it will take some of the pressure off of your joints which will greatly reduce your risk of joint injury or discomfort during or after your run.
This will save you a little bit of energy with each step you take that can, in turn, be used to help you run faster and longer. A highly responsive shoe is great for those who are participating in races, as they can shave precious seconds off of their time and give them a slight advantage over their competition.
-EVERUN topsole gives you an extremely responsive ride
-Great shock absorption
-EVA+ midsole that is flexible and lightweight
-Helps to reduce arch stress (which makes them some of the best running shoes for high arches on the market)
-Internal heel support to help lock your feet in place
-Durable outsole due to friction pads on high-friction areas