Saucony Peregrine 7

  • Support Type: Neutral
  • Surface: Trail

Saucony Peregrine 7 is a trail running shoe that has a sticky PWRTRAC rubber in the outsole designed to take serious grip of every terrain. Trail runners love this shoe because of its breathable upper unit, comfort that can prevent blisters and foot pain, fast and responsive midsole, and added protective components not found in its previous model. This shoe also seems to have more padding than its predecessor.

According to actual consumer reviews, Saucony Peregrine 7:

  • has a sole that is great on rocky and icy trails
  • is great for hiking and running on pavement also
  • really really great trail running shoe
  • is as good as its predecessor if not better
  • is very light, good sole, and is well constructed
  • is comfortable right out of the box even if you’re loaded with backpack
  • you’ll love the 4mm heel-to-toe offset
  • you’ll have no pain in the feet and joints
  • the cushioning is awesome
  • has the best traction among other trail shoes
  • good traction for agility running where you stop, turn, and kick off
  • has more room in the toe box
  • very stable on all sorts of terrain
  • nice close to the ground feel

This shoe can help heal the following problems:

Tip: Although, it’s more convenient getting a new pair of shoes online, make sure to measure your shoe size properly. If you’re shifting to a new brand, you may need to take time with your local running specialty shop to make sure you get the perfect fit.