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It’s a great choice for those looking for a performance orientated shoe.
A firm favourite of our testers and many athletes, the latest edition of the Kinvara delivers again with a smooth ride and great cushioning in a lightweight package.
For another great but more stable lightweight trainer, check out the Saucony Liberty ISO 2
The cushioning comes from a new combination of the brands PWRRUN midsole and topsole; an additional, slim layer of cushioning sitting directly under the foot. Together this creates a responsive, lively feel that’s soft enough to put some miles on while being light enough to race in.
The upper wraps the foot beautifully and helps add to the race-day fit - light, soft and breathable.
Rubber is strategically placed in forefoot and heel offers added durability in high wear areas. The Tri-Flex design helps increase the flexibility and adaptability of the shoe.
It’s a versatile shoe, able to cope with any pace but ideally suited to those faster paced tempo runs and races.
PWRRUN+ topsole provides a lightweight and springy underfoot feel.
PWRRUN is a midsole material used for lightweight comfort, rebound, and durability.
FORMFIT midsole design allows your foot to sit inside the midsole for a more efficient stride.
Strategic Rubber placement in forefoot and heel offers added durability in high wear areas.
Tri-Flex design helps increase the flexibility and adaptability of the shoe.
Engineered Jacquard mesh comprises the upper, updated to flex more naturally with the foot while providing lightweight breathability
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|Weight||7.1oz / 201g|