Don’t just feel like a champion when you run, be a champion with the Women´s Saucony Triumph 11, an athletic shoe with technology second to none. This trainer has everything a serious female runner could want and it’s a great looking shoe, too!
The Saucony Triumph 11 comes in three stylish, contemporary color combinations which include gray and purple, blue and red, and my personal favorite, blue and coral.
The thing that so many female athletes seem to enjoy about the Saucony Triumph 11 is how extremely lightweight the shoe is, considering the amount of cushioning that it offers. So far the reviews for the new edition of the Triumph are as good as reviews for the Triumph 10, which isn’t surprising considering much of the technology is the same, although some of that technology itself has been updated as well.
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It has a low profile design and works great not just as a running shoe but an everyday athletic shoe as well. That being said, the technology that is used in the Triumph is what makes it a first choice for distance runners time and time again.
The Saucony Triumph 11 is built for the neutral runner, so although it has great cushioning, it would be lacking in a number of ways for those women that have more serious arch or stability issues. Those individuals need a shoe that will provide support in specific areas and that will offer motion control in order to prevent injury. The Triumph 11 is not just your average, every day running shoe, but far superior to so many others out there.
There are many reasons for this being a favorite for runners of all levels:
- Helps prevent pain from shock caused by impact and supports a smoother ride by centering your foot within the shoe with the PowerGrid midsole technology.
- Even more shock absorption every time your foot hits the ground provided by the Super Rebound Cushioning Impact Zone
- Keep your feet dry even when you run long distances due to the moisture wicking technology of the HydraMAX collar lining, allowing for all day comfort.
- Your shoes will last longer and allow you to maintain excellent traction even on slick, wet roads because they’re made with durable XT 900 rubber.
- Experience a secure fit with the heel locked in place and the midfoot over the midsole at all times thanks to the original Sauc-Fit technology.
- Feel reduced pressure and better support for your arch area as a result of the unique ComfortLite Sockliner that contours the shape of your foot.
- Enjoy step-in comfort like never before with the HRC+ Strobel Board that provides an extra 3mm of foam cushioning.
- You will experience improved functionality with every running step as a result of the 8mm heel to toe differential.
All of these features make this a first-rate choice for an athletic shoe for those women that are without foot or stride issues. The Saucony Triumph 11 offers all the right cushioning in all of the right places to provide a comfortable run every time and to help prevent injuries.
The reviewers that are neutral runners provide good reviews on a consistent basis, because this shoe is designed with that particular type of athlete´s body in mind.
Even though the Saucony Triumph 11 is a great shoe for so many runners, it may not be the shoe for you. If you overpronate when running and are looking for more support there are some better options offered by Saucony that offer much of the same great technology as the Triumph 11. They include the…
- Saucony Stabil CS 3 offers the most support for women with overpronating strides
- Saucony Guide 7 comes with less support than the CS3, but with impressive cushioning, nevertheless
- Saucony Mirage 4 is great for women who need a combination of performance and stability
These are great options for those women looking for more support and stability due to the foot rolling inward or outward.
But if you like the Saucony Triumph 11 and you’re not experiencing any knee or ankle pain when exercising, then I say you go for it because this technologically advance athletic shoe can seriously improve your next workout.