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Saucony Ride 8
Saucony Ride 8

Saucony Ride 8

"This shoe has a great balance of cushioning and responsiveness. It's soft while still being responsive, and at a light weight. This is a hard thing to pull off, but Saucony has done it in this shoe. It leaves you felling more refreshed after your run." RunningShoes.com customer
  • Updated FlexFilm upper enhances fit
  • Highly breathable, lightweight open air mesh upper
  • An exceptionally smooth, responsive ride

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Saucony Ride 8

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