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Peregrine 7

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Saucony Peregrine 7
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Introducing a new form of grit in the Peregrine 7. Like runner like shoe, this ride doesn’t fear the off road, taking serious grip of every terrain with a PWRTRAC outsole. The TPU exoskeleton secures the foot with added protection from the elements, while EVERUNTM cushions every footstrike with resilience and energy. Runners's World is a registered trademark of Rodale, Inc. All rights reserved.

OVERVIEW

  • Successor to the Peregrine 6
  • PWRTRAC outsole for optimal grip and traction across multiple surfaces
  • Newly added EVERUN Topsole construction for enhanced energy return and continuous cushioning throughout the run
  • TPU exo-skeleton frames the foot for optimal support and protection
  • RUNDRY Collar Lining wicks moisture away quickly
  • External heel support for lockdown fit and hold
  • Awarded: Runner's World Best Buy, Winter 2016

SPECS

  • Shoe Category: Neutral
  • Pronation: Neutral
  • Cushion: Responsive
  • Construction Type: Trail
  • Surface: Trail, Grass
  • Arch: Normal (Mid)
  • Water Resistant: No
  • Waterproof: No
  • Offset: 4mm
    • Heel Stack Height: 21.5mm
    • Forefoot Stack Height: 17.5mm
    • Weight: 9.4 oz. | 266 g.

  • Cheat Sheet: technical running term help! Visit our glossary >
Technology

4MM

Saucony 4mm Technology

Shoes with a 4mm heel-to-toe offset deliver a more natural ride, letting your feet and body do more work while relying less on the shoes’ cushioning and stability features.

ALL-TERRAIN

Saucony All-Terrain Technology

High traction outsoles, protective overlays and rugged construction take the performance of our RunAnyWhere line to the next level. This is what happens when real runners make trail shoes.

EVERUN

Saucony EVERUN Technology

A breakthrough in cushioning. Livelier and more responsive, with smoother landings and stronger takeoff.

PWRTRAC

Saucony PWRTRAC Technology

Tacky, durable rubber providing exceptional traction and abrasion resistance.

Peregrine 7 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.

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4 5
Almost there Intitial impressions are good + mid foot and forefoot fit are great. Spot on. Nice room in the toe box. + it's a comfortable shoe - the tongue is too short , like defect short. I have trouble lacing the right shoe without going over the tongue onto my ankle. That shouldn't happen. - the heel counter is too shallow in my opinion. My foot sits too much on top and not enough in. Perhaps it was an adjustment to the 6 , but like the tongue issue , it was immediately noticeable Summary : clean up the back 1/2 of the shoe and you got yourself an absolute winner. Thank you.

Almost there

Oct 17, 2017
Intitial impressions are good + mid foot and forefoot fit are great. Spot on. Nice room in the toe box. + it's a comfortable shoe - the tongue is too short , like defect short. I have trouble lacing the right shoe without going over the tongue onto my ankle. That shouldn't happen. - the heel counter is too shallow in my opinion. My foot sits too much on top and not enough in. Perhaps it was an adjustment to the 6 , but like the tongue issue , it was immediately noticeable Summary : clean up the back 1/2 of the shoe and you got yourself an absolute winner. Thank you.
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4 5
Canadian trail tough These shoes sum up the idea of embracing the spirit of (trail) adventure. You can throw knee-high mud puddles, rocky flash descents, melting ice patches, river crossings at this shoe and it'll adapt each time. Year over year, the Peregrines continue to be the trail running shoe I reach for to take on whatever a Canadian trail has to offer. The Peregrine's strength is its versatility and its relative comfort. While the lugs hint shorter distances, the shoe can be pushed from 10ks to 50ks with enough comfort to not even think about swapping in a maximalist shoe. The toebox offers some room to splay with enough rockplate protection underneath. The midfoot can be dialled in snug and securely -- needing some tightening after running through water. The heel cup is softer on the ankle than the blister-generating previous models. Although I found a heel lock lacing pattern to be necessary to keep my foot from sliding on steep downhills. The build quality of the shoe continues to get progressively better. The flat laces hold tight when locked down. The overlay has more protection in key little toe and big toe tearing hot spots. And the colour is FINALLY the colour of trails: mud black. The neon lugs shed trail debris fairly easily, rarely even needing to use a stick or nearby tree stump to kick out any underfoot trail buildup. Refinements like a strap of elastic to tuck the shoe laces under would be great, but it almost doesn't fit the rugged character of the shoe. Everything on the Peregrine works, every time. If your definition of trail running is challenging and gnarly (and not fire roads and park paths) the Peregrine will let you focus on having fun and not worrying at all about what's on your feet.

Canadian trail tough

Jul 03, 2017
These shoes sum up the idea of embracing the spirit of (trail) adventure. You can throw knee-high mud puddles, rocky flash descents, melting ice patches, river crossings at this shoe and it'll adapt each time. Year over year, the Peregrines continue to be the trail running shoe I reach for to take on whatever a Canadian trail has to offer. The Peregrine's strength is its versatility and its relative comfort. While the lugs hint shorter distances, the shoe can be pushed from 10ks to 50ks with enough comfort to not even think about swapping in a maximalist shoe. The toebox offers some room to splay with enough rockplate protection underneath. The midfoot can be dialled in snug and securely -- needing some tightening after running through water. The heel cup is softer on the ankle than the blister-generating previous models. Although I found a heel lock lacing pattern to be necessary to keep my foot from sliding on steep downhills. The build quality of the shoe continues to get progressively better. The flat laces hold tight when locked down. The overlay has more protection in key little toe and big toe tearing hot spots. And the colour is FINALLY the colour of trails: mud black. The neon lugs shed trail debris fairly easily, rarely even needing to use a stick or nearby tree stump to kick out any underfoot trail buildup. Refinements like a strap of elastic to tuck the shoe laces under would be great, but it almost doesn't fit the rugged character of the shoe. Everything on the Peregrine works, every time. If your definition of trail running is challenging and gnarly (and not fire roads and park paths) the Peregrine will let you focus on having fun and not worrying at all about what's on your feet.
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4 5
The Best Iteration of the Peregrine Yet Historically, one always paid for the Peregrine twice. First at the store, and then on the trail. On my first run with the Peregrine 6's I neglected to tape up and ended up walking home, shoes in hand and heels bloody. This was despite having owned many Peregrine's prior to the 6's. The blisters were the price one paid for the ability to find purchase on any surface, to fling mud without care. the Peregrine 7 changed that; every negative aspect of the shoe seems to have disappeared. The hard heel cup is gone, yet there is no discernable difference in control. The front of the shoe has changed as well: on all five of my old Peregrine's I have holes where my big toes rubbed through the uppers. The toe box is now covered in much tougher material, hopefully meaning I wont be able to see my socks pushing through the upper after 200 or so miles. This shoe is known for being ornery, and would only submit to a new owner after a blood sacrifice. The Peregrine used to be a trail shoe you bought because the positives vastly outweighed the negatives. No longer. The Peregrine 7 retains the meaty teeth of it's predecessors, and will still give you everything you need to fly through every mud-soaked, rain-lashed trail with glorious ease. The Peregrine 7 also has enough cushioning to let you navigate the roads to and from the trail with ease, which is a departure from form when it comes to neutral trail shoes. This shoe is still the Peregrine you have come to love, with none of the qualities you tried your best not to hate.

The Best Iteration of the Peregrine Yet

Jun 05, 2017
Historically, one always paid for the Peregrine twice. First at the store, and then on the trail. On my first run with the Peregrine 6's I neglected to tape up and ended up walking home, shoes in hand and heels bloody. This was despite having owned many Peregrine's prior to the 6's. The blisters were the price one paid for the ability to find purchase on any surface, to fling mud without care. the Peregrine 7 changed that; every negative aspect of the shoe seems to have disappeared. The hard heel cup is gone, yet there is no discernable difference in control. The front of the shoe has changed as well: on all five of my old Peregrine's I have holes where my big toes rubbed through the uppers. The toe box is now covered in much tougher material, hopefully meaning I wont be able to see my socks pushing through the upper after 200 or so miles. This shoe is known for being ornery, and would only submit to a new owner after a blood sacrifice. The Peregrine used to be a trail shoe you bought because the positives vastly outweighed the negatives. No longer. The Peregrine 7 retains the meaty teeth of it's predecessors, and will still give you everything you need to fly through every mud-soaked, rain-lashed trail with glorious ease. The Peregrine 7 also has enough cushioning to let you navigate the roads to and from the trail with ease, which is a departure from form when it comes to neutral trail shoes. This shoe is still the Peregrine you have come to love, with none of the qualities you tried your best not to hate.
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5 5
Best trail shoe since Peregrine 4 After Peregrine 4, Saucony introduced a stiff heel cup in Peregrine 5 and 6 which resulted in nasty blisters (after only 2mi) when going up steep inclines. Other runners had the same problem too. Happy to report that they got rid of these terrible heel cups in Peregrine 7 so I can happily run on trails again. They are a bit more bulky (more padding) than the 4s but the traction on these shoes is the best on the market in my opinion. Only have 20 miles on these shoes but confident that they will keep me happy for another 300 mi. PLEASE PLEASE do not reintroduce still heel cups in future trail shoes....not necessary for heel stability. Runners who need a snug heel fit would benefit from using last eyelet and special lacing techniques.

Best trail shoe since Peregrine 4

Mar 25, 2017
After Peregrine 4, Saucony introduced a stiff heel cup in Peregrine 5 and 6 which resulted in nasty blisters (after only 2mi) when going up steep inclines. Other runners had the same problem too. Happy to report that they got rid of these terrible heel cups in Peregrine 7 so I can happily run on trails again. They are a bit more bulky (more padding) than the 4s but the traction on these shoes is the best on the market in my opinion. Only have 20 miles on these shoes but confident that they will keep me happy for another 300 mi. PLEASE PLEASE do not reintroduce still heel cups in future trail shoes....not necessary for heel stability. Runners who need a snug heel fit would benefit from using last eyelet and special lacing techniques.
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3 5
Why mess with perfection?? The Peregine 6 was my favorite trail runner of all time. The Peregrine 7 tried too hard to build on that and failed. In what appears to be an effort to make the lightest trail runner in it's class it made several compromises. First the good... The PWRTRAC outsole is scary good. It sticks like glue to any surface making you feel confident when traversing the most difficult trails. The EVERUN midsole provides above average cushioning for a shoe in its class. The shoe is super lightweight and breathable. One the negative side, the heal support in the Peregrine 7 is inferior to that in the Peregrine 6. The former sucked my heal into the shoe. Heal support in the Peregrine 7 is lacking and lateral stability compromised. In what I can only imagine is the desire to shave a few fractions or a gram off the weight the tongue is also shorter. This might seem like nitpicking but my feeling is it compromises comfort at the point where the laces are tied. If this is your first Peregrine purchase you may look right past these items, but if you're a Peregrine faithful these changes are noticeable.

Why mess with perfection??

Feb 20, 2017
The Peregine 6 was my favorite trail runner of all time. The Peregrine 7 tried too hard to build on that and failed. In what appears to be an effort to make the lightest trail runner in it's class it made several compromises. First the good... The PWRTRAC outsole is scary good. It sticks like glue to any surface making you feel confident when traversing the most difficult trails. The EVERUN midsole provides above average cushioning for a shoe in its class. The shoe is super lightweight and breathable. One the negative side, the heal support in the Peregrine 7 is inferior to that in the Peregrine 6. The former sucked my heal into the shoe. Heal support in the Peregrine 7 is lacking and lateral stability compromised. In what I can only imagine is the desire to shave a few fractions or a gram off the weight the tongue is also shorter. This might seem like nitpicking but my feeling is it compromises comfort at the point where the laces are tied. If this is your first Peregrine purchase you may look right past these items, but if you're a Peregrine faithful these changes are noticeable.
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