The tenth anniversary of this iconic running shoe has been whittled down to exactly what a runner needs. The flexible EVA+ outsole and midsole material is lightweight and durable enough to withstand tough miles. FORMFIT and EVERUN provide plenty of responsive cushioning for daily training miles or racing longer distances. This shoe will disappear on your foot with a breathable one-piece engineered mesh upper so you won't have to worry about your shoe.
Features & Benefits:
- EVERUN™ Topsole: Provides a firmer ride while maintaining responsiveness
- EVA+ Cushioning: High Abrasion EVA foam that is a lighter alternative to rubber in the midsole and outsole construction
- FORMFIT: Utilizes three contoured layers of foam to cradle the foot
- Engineered Mesh: One-piece construction is so light and breathable it disappears on the foot
- Flexifilm: Lightweight yet strong material allows for fewer layers in the upper for a seamless, flexible feel
- Stack Height: Heel: 23mm Forefoot: 19mm
- Weight: 7.8 oz
CUSTOMER RATINGS & REVIEWS
I get a new pair of Kinvaras once e dry six months and continue to love what they offer. They fit snug and are extremely lightweight without sacrificing support.
My original order was lost by USPS, and Marathon Sports was prompt with a reissue. While they didn't have the color in stock anymore, they gave me other suitable color options, which I am (and my knees) are grateful for.
I was a big fan of the first two iterations of the Kinvara, decidedly less so for everything over the next 7+ years. the 10 brings back much of the fit and feel of the original while adding in new Saucony technology. I have quite a few pairs of Freedom ISO/ISO2s and have grown to LOVE the EVERUN and FORMFIT aspects of the shoe but my feet definitely grow tired from the soft/spongy feel on a daily basis. thus, the Kinvara seems to be more responsive and solid with it's use of the EVA tech. and it feels just like I remember, maybe only better. I ended up buying four pair, this one just a week ago before they're all gone! (as we all understand)
All as said would be, good
They are a comfy feel. I can put around 200-300 miles on them before they start losing that cushy feel and the tread starts to get smooshed and worn down. I’ve always enjoyed training in the kinvara and racing longer races in them but wish they could handle more miles especially the heel and outsole just get destroyed on long runs. I’ve run in every version of the Kinvara and this was a nice treat to get back to the original which was a boss. Hoping the 11’s are a nice tweak to this model with detail paid to the out sole and it’s durability. I want to get more miles out of these shoes. I’m always a shoe behind because I can’t imagine paying $110 for a shoe. The original kinvara use to start at $90 but over time it has increased to $110. I pay on average $60 for discounts and waiting for them to hit clearance.
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