Saucony Men's Ride 14 Running Shoe
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Saucony used its TRIFLEX outsole technology beneath the Ride 14. The rubber outsole adds traction on pavement and improves the shoe’s durability, but it also prioritizes a natural roll from heel to toe. Fit: A- (Really comfortable and padded upper that is still lightweight, mild creasing in tongue as it transitions into toebox) Mile after mile, year after year, the Saucony Ride 14 is a reliable trainer that keeps getting better.
Shoe Review: Saucony Ride 14 | Fleet Feet Shoe Review: Saucony Ride 14 | Fleet Feet
Saucony built the shoe to work for a wide variety of foot shapes. Fleet Feet reviewers say the newest Ride fits securely thanks to the accommodating forefoot and dialed-in heel cup reinforced by a rigid internal heel counter. DPT/Footwear Science: A- (Softer midsole coupled with forefoot flexibility and sole flaring make for a nice platform and fun geometry, however the bevel could further help refine this ride to smoothen it out more) The Saucony Ride 14, lateral view. A bright blue upper with a Saucony logo in red stretching across. Moderate heel padding and a traditional white midsole.While running in this shoe, I wouldn’t say the midsole excites the soul, but it’s pleasant and doesn’t feel dull or heavy. This shoe is great for daily training. No break-in period needed The wide, soft tongue feels cushy and is the main driver behind the amazing feel of this shoe on your foot. Matt: The Ride 14 continues to a stable neutral shoe. There is a heel counter that wraps almost into the midfoot, yet is still cushioned enough that it did not irritate my heel. The heel bevel is smoother now thanks to the softer ride. The wider outsole last really helps in the midfoot as it is more consistent with the rest of the shoe. The very flexible forefoot helps continue forward progression. Saucony shoes also tend to have a little higher arch, which does give a little more proprioceptive cue into the medial arch. This isn't arch support necessarily (certainly not a post), but can still be supportive. Classically Saucony, there is also medial and lateral midsole flare throughout the length of the shoe. Those that need mild support (me) will do fine in this shoe and those sensitive to posting/arch support will not notice this.
Cut in half: Saucony Ride 14 Review (2023) | RunRepeat
You’ll see a difference between the Ride 13 and Ride 14 when you compare them side by side. Reviewers unanimously appreciated the speedier look and low-profile silhouette, and the new colors stand out.It’s added more ventilated areas around the upper to make it a more breathable shoe to run in on hot days and it seems to have tweaked the material on the heel collar for something that feels smoother than what was used on the 13.