Saucony Mirage 5 – "Who says steady has to be slow?"
Runners seeking a responsive, flexible ride with a touch of guidance need look no further, the Saucony Mirage 5 has it all, with a modest 4mm Offset for smooth transitions and a sturdy Midfoot Arch for mild pronation control. It’s also sleek and speedy so you get lightweight responsiveness in every stride. Whoever said “steady has to be slow” has clearly never laced up a pair of these!
Specifically designed for the neutral or mildly overpronated runner, the Saucony Mirage 5 delivers just enough cushioning and breathability to help you pick up the pace and go the distance. The upper has been completely revised and now incorporate a Pro-lock Lacing System for an adaptive fit and incredible locked-down support. While a redesigned RunDry Heel Collar wicks away sweat and moisture for a plush and comfy feel round the foot and ankle.
No-sew, FlexFilm Overlays and a super-soft Breathable Mesh also ensure chafe-free comfort and outstanding ventilation; while Saucony’s new PowerGrid Midsole delivers 20% more cushioning than standard platforms for maximum shock absorption and peerless ride quality.
It also improves the efficiency of your stride. Centring the foot, dissipating impact force and firing excess energy back into your stride for greater efficacy and ultra-smooth transitions. A TPU Unit in the midfoot also provides the extra support mild overpronators need, counteracting inwards roll for a smooth, efficient gait.
Whether you’re tackling tempo runs, speed intervals, or high-mileage road work, the Mirage 5 will never let you down.
Saucony: Find your Strong.
- Designed for runners seeking a responsive, flexible ride with a touch of guidance
- Pro-Lock lacing system has been added to the midfoot for an adaptable, locked-in fit
- No-sew overlays and a soft breathable mesh deliver a lightweight, seamless feel
- 4mm offset encourages a smooth, efficient gait
Start Right. Train Right – Start Fitness.
|Manufacturer Colour||Grey / Vizicoral / Green|
|Footwear Type||Natural Running|
|Season||Spring 2015, Summer 2015|