Saucony PowerGrid Guide 6

A excellent everyday shoe, the Saucony PowerGrid Guide 6 now come in increased in midsole volume and additional flex grooves. Keeping in line with its much popular product, the PowerGrid Guide 6 has a 8mm heel to forefoot drop for a more natural stride, a redesigned overlay to improved fit and comfort.

MSRP : US$110
Weight : 9.8 oz / 227 gm
Predecessor : ProGrid Guide 5
Product Cycle : RY.2013.DY.20XX.
Features : Style : Gender Specific, 8mm Offset : Upper : Open Mesh, Hydrator™ Collar, ComfortLite™ Sockliner, Strobel Last : Midsole : PowerGrid™ Midsole, Dual Density SSL EVA, Midfoot Support Bridge : Outsole : XT-900™, IBR™ Plus

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8mm Heel-Toe Offset : The Heel to Toe hight differential, by reducing the differential, it will encourage a more natural foot (Midfoot / Forefoot Strike) movement as compared to the traditional 12mm differential.

ComfortLite™ Sockliner : Contoured to cradle the foot, support the arch and reduce peak pressures in the forefoot.

Dual Density SSL EVA : An advanced EVA blend that maximizes rebound and durability which is placed at the medial midfoot to control overpronation.

Hydrator™ Collar : Lining which gives next to skin comfort and maxizes wicking.

IBR Plus™, Forefoot : A Flexible lightweight material which has enhanced cushioning and durability properties then traditional blown rubber.

Midfoot Support Bridge : A rigid material in the shank area of the midsole keeps the foot neutral in the midfoot phase of the gait cycle.

Open Mesh : A breathable lightweight open weave mesh with overlays to lock down the foot while providing un-restricted movement.

PowerGrid®, Rearfoot : Saucony's lightest version of ProGrid. A lighter, more effective way to dissipate shock and absorb impact to sets the foot up for a smooth transition.

Strobel Last : The upper is attached to a thin material that is patterned on the shape or silhouette of the midsole. Traditional strobel lasts use a thin cloth material, while newer variations use a thin sheet of EVA for a more cushioned feel.

XT-900™, Rearfoot : Carbon rubber provides durability in the heel and medial forefoot.

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