On rest days, you're the queen of comfort, and thanks to the Saucony Women's Kinvara 8 Running Shoe, you're able to extend your reign come tempo training day. As a Saucony fan favorite, the Kinvara touts a low-drop (4mm) construction and lightweight constitution that's akin to your favorite race shoes--just without the sausage-casting-inspired fit. In turn, this design makes the agility-oriented Kinvara ideal for long, endurance-focused cruises and short, tempo ones alike. Now, such a claim is pretty audacious. And in order back up that statement, the designers at Saucony outfitted the Kinvara with a newly redesigned, seamless mesh upper, complete with minimal FlexFilm overlays for structural support. The mesh not only prevents the build up of hot spots and chafing, but it also promotes on-the-go breathability, allowing you to focus on your run rather than your hot foot. And, since customer feedback is crucial, Saucony listened to your reviews and tossed out the 7's old Pro Lock feature, in turn preventing pressure-points and hot spots often caused by its predecessor's design. However, the Kinvara 8 won't leave you flopping around in your shoe like a fish out of water--it's equipped with an internal strap system to keep your foot secure. The Everun topsole and midsole is proven to be more durable and cloud-like, so you can trust it to absorb impacts, enhance energy return, and maintain cushion underfoot--even when running in cold temperatures. And, in keeping with the Kinvara 7, the Kinvara 8 touts an extremely flexible outsole for unencumbered dexterity.
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