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Koa TR

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Saucony Koa TR
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From the road to the trails and beyond, the KOA TR is the perfect hybrid for your run. Featuring a PWR TRAC outsole with a lower lug height, the KOA TR has a great underfoot feeling on hard surfaces but enough ‘teeth’ and grip to keep you sure-footed on uneven surfaces. An EVERUN topsole provides extra energy return to every foot strike, while the reinforced upper protects and locks down the foot.

OVERVIEW

  • Ultra-grippy PWR TRAC outsole with lower (3.5mm) tread pattern for a great road-to-trail feel
  • Oblique toebox allows for maximum splay at toe-off for added stability
  • 3mm EVERUN topsole construction for continuous cushioning throughout the run
  • Durable, woven upper mesh for added protection
  • Reinforced heel piece for protection and a lockdown fit

SPECS

  • Shoe Category: Trail
  • Pronation: Neutral
  • Cushion: Responsive
  • Construction Type: Trail
  • Surface: Trail, Grass
  • Arch: Normal (Mid)
  • Water Resistant: No
  • Waterproof: No
  • Offset: 4mm
    • Heel Stack Height: 22mm
    • Forefoot Stack Height: 18mm
    • Weight: 10.3 oz. | 292 g.

  • Cheat Sheet: check out our technical running terms guide >
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.

EVERUN

Saucony EVERUN Technology

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

Koa TR 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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Good but not great. Not entirely sure what the previous reviewer is talking about, though of course one's opinion of a shoe is highly subjective. I found these to be quite mushy, probably because of the everun insert - not something I'd whack in a trail shoe. The shoe could also do with a slightly larger and more lateral heel bevel, mainly so the shoe can also be used for walking. Maybe also a fractional increase in toe-spring too as my feet slipped forward occasionally? My main gripe with the shoe though is the heel hold. It hurts, hurts a lot, when going up steep hills. As the review title says a good, but not great shoe - a couple of minor changes though and this will be great.

Good but not great.

Oct 02, 2017
Not entirely sure what the previous reviewer is talking about, though of course one's opinion of a shoe is highly subjective. I found these to be quite mushy, probably because of the everun insert - not something I'd whack in a trail shoe. The shoe could also do with a slightly larger and more lateral heel bevel, mainly so the shoe can also be used for walking. Maybe also a fractional increase in toe-spring too as my feet slipped forward occasionally? My main gripe with the shoe though is the heel hold. It hurts, hurts a lot, when going up steep hills. As the review title says a good, but not great shoe - a couple of minor changes though and this will be great.
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5 5
Fantastic, versatile shoe This shoe wasn’t quite what I was expecting but I am pleasantly surprised. It’s more supportive than I expected, there is a very thick, soft insole with a lot of arch support. People wanting a minimalist shoe will be disappointed. The midsole is pretty thick too and after I put them on and walked around I thought they were a little firm for my taste but after a short run I realized I was wrong, they are quite soft to run in with almost no mush which helps them feel very fast. Overall extremely nice ride, a touch firmer than the Kinvara 7. The firmer midsole will be great at protecting feet from rocks on trails. The toe box is awesome, very wide and somewhat foot shaped without being as extreme as Altra’s, however, it’s pretty tight in the midfoot which could be a deal breaker for those with wide feet. Be sure to lean toward sizing up, the Koa is a little short. The upper is great, it’s a pretty thin tight weave that breathes well. The outsole might be my favorite part, I haven’t run trails in these yet but I am confident that they will do great in my dry, Southern California environment. There is so much ground contact it felt just like a road shoe on my test run. This shoe is basically a trimmed down Challerger ATR 3, which I enjoy a lot. The Koa is somehow more supportive, much less mushy though not quite a soft, has a better toe box, a more breathable upper and has better grip on the roads. I like it better. That said, this shoe is a little heavier and has less trail grip. Both shoes have a nice wide platform which I love, I hate rolling ankles. I held them up sole to sole and they were the same width. I highly recommend for any distance, I hope this shoe catches on and Saucony makes it in a bunch of colors, oh the blue is great too btw.

Fantastic, versatile shoe

Jun 06, 2017
This shoe wasn’t quite what I was expecting but I am pleasantly surprised. It’s more supportive than I expected, there is a very thick, soft insole with a lot of arch support. People wanting a minimalist shoe will be disappointed. The midsole is pretty thick too and after I put them on and walked around I thought they were a little firm for my taste but after a short run I realized I was wrong, they are quite soft to run in with almost no mush which helps them feel very fast. Overall extremely nice ride, a touch firmer than the Kinvara 7. The firmer midsole will be great at protecting feet from rocks on trails. The toe box is awesome, very wide and somewhat foot shaped without being as extreme as Altra’s, however, it’s pretty tight in the midfoot which could be a deal breaker for those with wide feet. Be sure to lean toward sizing up, the Koa is a little short. The upper is great, it’s a pretty thin tight weave that breathes well. The outsole might be my favorite part, I haven’t run trails in these yet but I am confident that they will do great in my dry, Southern California environment. There is so much ground contact it felt just like a road shoe on my test run. This shoe is basically a trimmed down Challerger ATR 3, which I enjoy a lot. The Koa is somehow more supportive, much less mushy though not quite a soft, has a better toe box, a more breathable upper and has better grip on the roads. I like it better. That said, this shoe is a little heavier and has less trail grip. Both shoes have a nice wide platform which I love, I hate rolling ankles. I held them up sole to sole and they were the same width. I highly recommend for any distance, I hope this shoe catches on and Saucony makes it in a bunch of colors, oh the blue is great too btw.
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Perfect shoe to #HitTheTrailRunning

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