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Guide 10

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Saucony Guide 10
Product Details
The Guide continues to outpace the pack by driving innovation with each update. The 10th edition delivers the ideal Guide running experience with a streamlined midsole design, dynamic engineered mesh upper and TRI-FLEX outsole with enhanced forefoot flexibility. Fast feels a little faster in the Guide 10.

OVERVIEW

  • Successor to the Guide 9
  • Newly added engineered mesh upper for a dynamic, lightweight fit
  • EVERUN Topsole construction for enhanced energy return and continuous cushioning throughout the run
  • Refined TRI-FLEX outsole design provides greater ground contact and optimal flexibility
  • Added midfoot structure for the ideal hold and support for the runner in motion
  • Lightweight FLEXFILM overlays provide structure and support

SPECS

  • Shoe Category: Guidance
  • Pronation: Moderate
  • Cushion: Plush
  • Construction Type: Stability
  • Surface: Road, Track
  • Arch: Normal (Mid), Low
  • Water Resistant: No
  • Waterproof: No
  • Weight: 8.9oz
  • Offset: 8mm
    • Heel Stack Height: 27mm
    • Forefoot Stack Height: 19mm
    • Weight: 8.9 oz. | 252 g.

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Technology

8MM

Saucony 8mm Technology

Cushioning is distributed more evenly between the heel and forefoot in shoes with an 8mm offset. The result? Your body stays in a more balanced and comfortable position with every foot strike.

EVERUN

Saucony EVERUN Technology

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

FLEXFILM

Saucony Flexfilm Technology

A strong, lightweight material is melded to the upper, which allows for fewer layers in the shoe. The result is a seamless, flexible feel.

TRI-FLEX

Saucony TriFlex Technology

Increases force dispersion over a greater surface area while also delivering optimal flexibility and traction.

Guide 10 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.

Ratings & Reviews (17.0)
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1 5
These hurt and the lace loops fell apart I have had several pairs of Saucony running shoes in the past and they were the most comfortable things. I went into a local running store to be fitted and walked away with these. The first day I ran in them the balls of my feet had shooting pain which lasted for several days. I switched out the insoles and that helped but they are still painful. The loops the laces go through on the sides are also fraying to the point that I think they may fall apart soon. I am sorely disappointed as I loved my guide 8 and 9s. I would avoid these until Saucony releases a new version that addresses these issues.

These hurt and the lace loops fell apart

Jun 03, 2017
I have had several pairs of Saucony running shoes in the past and they were the most comfortable things. I went into a local running store to be fitted and walked away with these. The first day I ran in them the balls of my feet had shooting pain which lasted for several days. I switched out the insoles and that helped but they are still painful. The loops the laces go through on the sides are also fraying to the point that I think they may fall apart soon. I am sorely disappointed as I loved my guide 8 and 9s. I would avoid these until Saucony releases a new version that addresses these issues.
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1 5
The Guide 9 was so much better I loved the Guide 9, had them for over a year. I went back to the running store and tried these. They were terrible, too short and too narrow. I had to take them back. I love Saucony but have severe pronation and flat arches. I was so disappointed! I had to move over to Asics which I do not like as well. But Asics offers a wide width shoe. I miss my old Guide 9 wides!

The Guide 9 was so much better

Jun 01, 2017
I loved the Guide 9, had them for over a year. I went back to the running store and tried these. They were terrible, too short and too narrow. I had to take them back. I love Saucony but have severe pronation and flat arches. I was so disappointed! I had to move over to Asics which I do not like as well. But Asics offers a wide width shoe. I miss my old Guide 9 wides!
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1 5
Very Disappointed With the Guide 10 I am actually encouraged to see so many other reviewers report that the fit on the Guide 10s runs small and narrow. I've been wearing these since the Guide 5s and have suspected that Saucony moved to a new last since the 10s feel a bit more snug than previous versions. I feel better knowing that I am not imagining this. The Guide 10s are the first version that I have not been able to wear comfortably straight out of the box - and I've done 20 milers on brand new pairs of earlier versions. It's not just the smaller and narrower fit on the Guide 10 that I personally find uncomfortable. There is also a very uncomfortable ridge on the inside of the shoe that digs in to the side of my foot. This ridge never existed in previous versions and I am not sure why it is there other than to squeeze an extra tenth of an ounce out of the shoe weight. I would much rather have the extra weight back to get a smooth interior that doesn't dig in to my foot. I am hoping that the Guide 11 will be released soon and that it will correct these issues. Until then, I will be running in something else.

Very Disappointed With the Guide 10

May 29, 2017
I am actually encouraged to see so many other reviewers report that the fit on the Guide 10s runs small and narrow. I've been wearing these since the Guide 5s and have suspected that Saucony moved to a new last since the 10s feel a bit more snug than previous versions. I feel better knowing that I am not imagining this. The Guide 10s are the first version that I have not been able to wear comfortably straight out of the box - and I've done 20 milers on brand new pairs of earlier versions. It's not just the smaller and narrower fit on the Guide 10 that I personally find uncomfortable. There is also a very uncomfortable ridge on the inside of the shoe that digs in to the side of my foot. This ridge never existed in previous versions and I am not sure why it is there other than to squeeze an extra tenth of an ounce out of the shoe weight. I would much rather have the extra weight back to get a smooth interior that doesn't dig in to my foot. I am hoping that the Guide 11 will be released soon and that it will correct these issues. Until then, I will be running in something else.
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Have you reached out to the team yet? We'd be happy to help. Feel free to contact us at 800.282.6575 or email us at customerservice@saucony.com. Thank you.

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2 5
Toe box much narrower than previous Guides I've worn the Guide model for about 8 years and have loved them. Not the Guide 10. After only one run, my toes hurt and felt squashed. Thinking they just needed breaking in, I tried them again, but had the same problem. I spoke with an associate at the store where I purchased them and she told me that Saucony had in fact changed the area of the toe box, making for a tighter fit. I've stocked up on Guide 9s, but hope Saucony will return to previous design for the Guide 11. If not, I will need to find a different shoe.

Toe box much narrower than previous Guides

May 22, 2017
I've worn the Guide model for about 8 years and have loved them. Not the Guide 10. After only one run, my toes hurt and felt squashed. Thinking they just needed breaking in, I tried them again, but had the same problem. I spoke with an associate at the store where I purchased them and she told me that Saucony had in fact changed the area of the toe box, making for a tighter fit. I've stocked up on Guide 9s, but hope Saucony will return to previous design for the Guide 11. If not, I will need to find a different shoe.
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 the team a ring at (800) 282-6575.

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2 5
Not the comfort I expect in a Saucony I have been a loyal Saucony customer for about 12 years. I purchase my Saucony's at the most reputable running stores here in Louisville to be fitted properly. In the store they felt pretty good. I have been walking about 5 miles a day and thought I was having foot issues and even saw my orthopedic. I am now thinking the problem is more with these shoes than my feet. I bought wides and they still feel snug and narrow and also the toe box seems low. I paid more for these shoes based on the sales person recommendation but from now on I will be trying any future purchases on the treadmill so that I can return them. I hate to say this but I may try a different brand. I need a shoe that can accommodate a moderate wide high arch foot and these are not doing the job.

Not the comfort I expect in a Saucony

May 12, 2017
I have been a loyal Saucony customer for about 12 years. I purchase my Saucony's at the most reputable running stores here in Louisville to be fitted properly. In the store they felt pretty good. I have been walking about 5 miles a day and thought I was having foot issues and even saw my orthopedic. I am now thinking the problem is more with these shoes than my feet. I bought wides and they still feel snug and narrow and also the toe box seems low. I paid more for these shoes based on the sales person recommendation but from now on I will be trying any future purchases on the treadmill so that I can return them. I hate to say this but I may try a different brand. I need a shoe that can accommodate a moderate wide high arch foot and these are not doing the job.
Saucony's reply

The Guide is a highly corrective shoe. We are wondering if this is what you need out of your footwear. Please reach out to the team at 800.282.6575. We'd be happy to help. Thank you.

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