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Si vous portez la Type A, vous avez la course dans le sang. Un profil plus bas est parfait pour les courses de plus grande intensité, alors qu'une semelle intercalaire ferme permet une rotation plus rapide lorsque vous êtes à la poursuite votre meilleur temps.

APERÇU

  • La chaussure plate de route ultime conçue pour être légère et réactive
  • Le profil plus bas est parfait pour parcourir des distances allant de 5 km à des demi-marathons
  • La semelle intercalaire plus ferme permet une rotation plus rapide alors que la maille légère et le FlexFilm offrent un ajustement ultra confortable du talon aux orteils

SPÉCIFICATIONS

  • Catégorie de chaussure : Route, piste, cross country
  • Pronation : Neutre
  • Coussin : Molleton
  • Type de conception : Neutre
  • Surface : Route, piste
  • Voûte plantaire : Haute, normale (moyenne)
  • Résiste à l'eau : Non
  • Imperméabilité : Non
  • Déviation : 4 mm
    • Épaisseur de l'assemblage de talon : 16 mm
    • Épaisseur de l'assemblage de l'avant-pied : 12 mm

TYPE A INFOGRAPH

Cushioning

The underfoot feel and amount of impact protection provided by the compressing materials between the foot and running surface.

Support

The level of pronation control built into the shoe. Pronation is the inward rolling of the ankle through the gait cycle.

Offset

The difference in height between the heel thickness and forefoot thickness of the shoe.

Technologies

4MM

Technologie de 4 mm de Saucony

Des chaussures dotées d’une déviation de 4 mm du talon à la pointe qui offrent une sensation plus naturelle, permettant à vos pieds et à votre corps de fournir davantage d’efforts tout en se fiant moins sur le coussinage et la stabilité des chaussures.

FLEXFILM

Technologie FlexFilm de Saucony

Un matériau fort et léger est moulé à la tige, ce qui permet de réduire le nombre de couches dans la chaussure. Il offre ainsi une sensation sans coutures et souple.

IBR+

Technologie iBR+ de Saucony

iBR+ est un caoutchouc de semelle extérieure extrêmement léger, mais durable qui améliore les autres éléments de coussinage de vos chaussures.

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1 5
Looking forward to update The previous Type A6 is still my favorite triathlon race shoe, but this model is a bit of a disaster. The upper is a cheaper, stiffer material that forms a firm crease, in the wrong spot. This is not helped by the Saucony logo (more material - adds more thickness/stiffness) being longer than on the 6 model - it now reaches down to the critical area near toes. The shoe is not as breathable as the 6, also because of the upper. The most unfortunate side-effect of the upper is that it does not expand horizontally in toe off sufficiently, which makes this shoe narrow. I return from my first run in these with bleeding outside toes (never a problem in 6). The tongue is a backwards step, too. It much thicker than the 6, which is unnecessary in a race shoe and just makes it more difficult to put on, in a hurry. Overall, it looks like this shoe was put on a very strict budget and no-one thought to get the feedback from the 6's designers and customers. If it's not broken, don't fix it. Hopeful for a return to form on upcoming new model as I have faith that Saucony is still the best out there.

Looking forward to update

juin 08, 2017
The previous Type A6 is still my favorite triathlon race shoe, but this model is a bit of a disaster. The upper is a cheaper, stiffer material that forms a firm crease, in the wrong spot. This is not helped by the Saucony logo (more material - adds more thickness/stiffness) being longer than on the 6 model - it now reaches down to the critical area near toes. The shoe is not as breathable as the 6, also because of the upper. The most unfortunate side-effect of the upper is that it does not expand horizontally in toe off sufficiently, which makes this shoe narrow. I return from my first run in these with bleeding outside toes (never a problem in 6). The tongue is a backwards step, too. It much thicker than the 6, which is unnecessary in a race shoe and just makes it more difficult to put on, in a hurry. Overall, it looks like this shoe was put on a very strict budget and no-one thought to get the feedback from the 6's designers and customers. If it's not broken, don't fix it. Hopeful for a return to form on upcoming new model as I have faith that Saucony is still the best out there.
Saucony's reply

We're sorry to hear about your experience with these shoes. We've reached out to you at the email address you provided. For on the spot service give our team a shout at 800.282.6575.

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3 5
REMOVE THE HOLES ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SHOES! I run marathons and do triathlons. I've worn the last few generations of these shoes and loved them. Comfortable, lightweight, and fast. My one complaint - Why are there all these holes on the bottom??? On a dry day the holes collect rocks and pebbles. Usually you can't feel them, but they still weigh you down. Sometimes you can feel them and have to stop and pry them out. Very annoying. On a wet day, water gets forced up through the holes to soak your feet with every step. Doesn't matter if its raining - if the ground is wet, your feet will be soaked. Again - very annoying. On a cold/wet day - don't wear these shoes. Now you have freezing cold water bathing your feet. I tried to do a 10 miler in these shoes at temps around 36 degrees and wet. My toes were completely numb and burning. I was seriously afraid I had frostbite. There really is no point to having these holes. I've started using Shoe Gu to seal up the holes with each new pair, but eventually that wears off. PLEASE GET RID OF THE HOLES ON THE BOTTOMS OF THESE SHOES!!!!!

REMOVE THE HOLES ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SHOES!

avr. 12, 2017
I run marathons and do triathlons. I've worn the last few generations of these shoes and loved them. Comfortable, lightweight, and fast. My one complaint - Why are there all these holes on the bottom??? On a dry day the holes collect rocks and pebbles. Usually you can't feel them, but they still weigh you down. Sometimes you can feel them and have to stop and pry them out. Very annoying. On a wet day, water gets forced up through the holes to soak your feet with every step. Doesn't matter if its raining - if the ground is wet, your feet will be soaked. Again - very annoying. On a cold/wet day - don't wear these shoes. Now you have freezing cold water bathing your feet. I tried to do a 10 miler in these shoes at temps around 36 degrees and wet. My toes were completely numb and burning. I was seriously afraid I had frostbite. There really is no point to having these holes. I've started using Shoe Gu to seal up the holes with each new pair, but eventually that wears off. PLEASE GET RID OF THE HOLES ON THE BOTTOMS OF THESE SHOES!!!!!
Saucony's reply

We value your opinion and we will forward this to the product team. The Type A is a race shoe designed to be used on a track. The holes allow drainage, if necessary, and breathability. If we can help with anything please let us know at 800.282.6575. Thank you.

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1 5
Design Flaw in the Upper for new Type A I had been racing and training solely in Type A4-A6 from 5K to Marathons. I log through 6-7 pairs of them a year. I started switching over to the new Type A when it was introduced. Form, fit, and ride are fairly close to A6. The outer sides near the small toe (where front foot flexes) began to tear with just 30-40 miles. Also, the front toe region (where you point your toe up) tore with a hole. I thought it was just the specific pair I was using so tried 2 other pairs, exact same behavior. It did not happen with A4-A6 due to the different upper material, and also with A6 because the thin plastic layer around the bottom edge goes further around the shoe past the fore foot flex. I am very disappointed with the upper build material of the new Type A and I can not wait for a possible fix or revision to come in 6 months or longer. It is not just another revision of running shoe for serious runners like myself. It is very unfortunate but I am trying to transition to other comparable low-drop neutral racers right now. My opinion on the new Type A is shared by other serious runners and on popular running forums. (I tried to upload an image (700kb) of the different versions of Type A upper and new Type A problem, but site is giving me error uploading.)

Design Flaw in the Upper for new Type A

janv. 10, 2017
I had been racing and training solely in Type A4-A6 from 5K to Marathons. I log through 6-7 pairs of them a year. I started switching over to the new Type A when it was introduced. Form, fit, and ride are fairly close to A6. The outer sides near the small toe (where front foot flexes) began to tear with just 30-40 miles. Also, the front toe region (where you point your toe up) tore with a hole. I thought it was just the specific pair I was using so tried 2 other pairs, exact same behavior. It did not happen with A4-A6 due to the different upper material, and also with A6 because the thin plastic layer around the bottom edge goes further around the shoe past the fore foot flex. I am very disappointed with the upper build material of the new Type A and I can not wait for a possible fix or revision to come in 6 months or longer. It is not just another revision of running shoe for serious runners like myself. It is very unfortunate but I am trying to transition to other comparable low-drop neutral racers right now. My opinion on the new Type A is shared by other serious runners and on popular running forums. (I tried to upload an image (700kb) of the different versions of Type A upper and new Type A problem, but site is giving me error uploading.)
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5 5
excellent lightweight racer/trainer Great shoe, true to size, nice snug fit, superb insole stability (no slippage), laces stay put in the knot and a nice responsive ride. I looked for a replacement for my New Balance MRC1600 V2, which is discontinued, and I found the Saucony Type A to match the characteristics of my former favorite shoes. They have a better outsole. these consist of three big sheets of "sticky rubber" at the proper thread instead of knobs welded on plastic sheets. The insole does not slide when doing sprint workouts, and the laces are sticking better in the knot. Another difference is that the shoe is slighly more flexible yet still very responsive. The grip of the outsole is remarkable under wet conditions. Slight disadvantages are the stonecatcher holes under the toes, but that does in general not pose (any) problems on asphalt or tracks and the limited color options. They are slightly heavier than my former favourite, And a last "disadvantage" of these shoes are is that you wanna go fast, its difficult to resist. These will certainly become my favorite trainers for the future.

excellent lightweight racer/trainer

nov. 27, 2016
Great shoe, true to size, nice snug fit, superb insole stability (no slippage), laces stay put in the knot and a nice responsive ride. I looked for a replacement for my New Balance MRC1600 V2, which is discontinued, and I found the Saucony Type A to match the characteristics of my former favorite shoes. They have a better outsole. these consist of three big sheets of "sticky rubber" at the proper thread instead of knobs welded on plastic sheets. The insole does not slide when doing sprint workouts, and the laces are sticking better in the knot. Another difference is that the shoe is slighly more flexible yet still very responsive. The grip of the outsole is remarkable under wet conditions. Slight disadvantages are the stonecatcher holes under the toes, but that does in general not pose (any) problems on asphalt or tracks and the limited color options. They are slightly heavier than my former favourite, And a last "disadvantage" of these shoes are is that you wanna go fast, its difficult to resist. These will certainly become my favorite trainers for the future.
Saucony's reply

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4 5
A downgrade from the A6 I really wanted to like this shoe, because I loved the Type A6 so much. But these were a little disappointing. It hurts me, as a loyal Saucony customer, to write this review. I ran close to 500 miles in the Saucony Type A6 last year and I loved every single mile in them. The sole was close to the ground, responsive, and provided just enough protection to keep me injury-free. The upper was thin, light, and fit my foot well. However, the Type A7 is different. The sole fits very much the same, but the sockliner tended to bite a little right at the base of the arch. The upper, though, is where the shoe loses its quality. Saucony lost the thinness: it has heavier overlays on the midfoot. The heel has a shiny new overlay that I think is a step down from the A6. The real problems are in the forefoot. The oversized Saucony logo on the lateral side of the forefoot is not breathable and sometimes that side of my foot would overheat. It also causes a crease between the logo and the toe bumper, and it wears out quickly, leaving a tear. On the medial side of the shoe, there was also ripping, right by the base of the big toe. Another feature that I liked that was missing was the lace loop on the tongue. However, on the A7 the tongue had a sewn-on logo that fell of pretty quickly. I put about 300 miles on one pair this year and they are in pretty bad shape; I feel like the upper around the forefoot will come apart any day now. I'm also disappointed in the color. Even the green/yellow colorway from the A6 is better than these orange/red ones. I hope Saucony will keep the sole that they have developed on this racer, but the upper needs some serious TLC. A move back to the design on the A6, with a more even overlay, would be better, I think. Hopefully Saucony can improve on this product! I would love to see the next product in this line return to the greatness of the A6.

A downgrade from the A6

nov. 26, 2016
I really wanted to like this shoe, because I loved the Type A6 so much. But these were a little disappointing. It hurts me, as a loyal Saucony customer, to write this review. I ran close to 500 miles in the Saucony Type A6 last year and I loved every single mile in them. The sole was close to the ground, responsive, and provided just enough protection to keep me injury-free. The upper was thin, light, and fit my foot well. However, the Type A7 is different. The sole fits very much the same, but the sockliner tended to bite a little right at the base of the arch. The upper, though, is where the shoe loses its quality. Saucony lost the thinness: it has heavier overlays on the midfoot. The heel has a shiny new overlay that I think is a step down from the A6. The real problems are in the forefoot. The oversized Saucony logo on the lateral side of the forefoot is not breathable and sometimes that side of my foot would overheat. It also causes a crease between the logo and the toe bumper, and it wears out quickly, leaving a tear. On the medial side of the shoe, there was also ripping, right by the base of the big toe. Another feature that I liked that was missing was the lace loop on the tongue. However, on the A7 the tongue had a sewn-on logo that fell of pretty quickly. I put about 300 miles on one pair this year and they are in pretty bad shape; I feel like the upper around the forefoot will come apart any day now. I'm also disappointed in the color. Even the green/yellow colorway from the A6 is better than these orange/red ones. I hope Saucony will keep the sole that they have developed on this racer, but the upper needs some serious TLC. A move back to the design on the A6, with a more even overlay, would be better, I think. Hopefully Saucony can improve on this product! I would love to see the next product in this line return to the greatness of the A6.
Saucony's reply

We do value and appreciate your thorough feedback. We will pass this along to our product team. Thank you.

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