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Saucony ProGrid Ride 3–($95)

  • By Mario Fraioli
  • Published Sep. 1, 2010

2010 Fall Running Shoe Review Homepage

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Those with narrow feet will appreciate the close fit and somewhat enveloping snugness of the Ride 3’s foot hugging. As Saucony’s simple version of a neutral trainer, the Ride 3 is more noticeable for what it isn’t than for what it is: utilitarian. Our testers enjoy this relatively light, no-frills package and find the Ride comfortable and well cushioned. They also say that it offers a graceful heel-to-toe transition thanks to its noteworthy flex.

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Mario Fraioli

Mario Fraioli

Mario Fraioli is a senior editor at Competitor magazine. A cross-country All-American at Stonehill College in 2003, he now coaches the Prado Women's Racing Team in San Diego and was the men's marathon coach for Costa Rica's 2012 Olympic team. His first book, The Official Rock 'n' Roll Guide To Marathon & Half-Marathon Training (VeloPress, 2013) is available in bookstores, running shops and online.

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