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Peregrine 7 ICE+

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Designed specifically for winter running, the Peregrine 7 Arctic puts Vibram Arctic Grip in high contact areas for exceptional grip across icy surfaces. Make ice obsolete and run through the deep of winter in our neutral trail running shoe, the Peregrine 7 Arctic.

Overview

  • PWRTRAC outsole for optimal grip and traction across multiple surfaces
  • Newly added EVERUNTM 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
  • Vibram Artic Grip for extreme traction on icy areas
  • IceTrek for high traction and flexibility in low temperatures

Specs

  • Shoe Category: Neutral
  • Pronation: Neutral
  • Cushion: Responsive
  • Construction Type: Trail
  • Surface: Trail, Grass
  • Arch: Normal (Mid)
  • Water Resistant: Yes
  • Waterproof: No
  • Offset: 4mm
    • Heel Stack Height: 22.5mm
    • Forefoot Stack Height: 18.5mm
    • Weight: 9.4 oz. | 266 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.

PWRTRAC

Saucony PWRTRAC Technology

Tacky, durable rubber providing exceptional traction and abrasion resistance.

VIBRAM OUTSOLE

Saucony Vibram Technology

Vibram’s proprietary outsole technology provides high-traction, lightweight and protective elements, helping you conquer the trails with speed and confidence.

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4 5
Good multi-surface winter running shoe. I debated between these and a set of strap-on spikes. I went with these because the path I run can vary between snow-covered, 75% ice coverage, and 75% asphalt with 25% ice. With these shoes I can run on all of these surfaces and I don't have to worry about the feel of spikes or wearing out spikes on the asphalt. I bought these the day after trying to run on mostly ice with standard road running shoes and having to walk the majority of it. Within a few days I had a chance to do a run in these shoes in nearly identical conditions. I was able to run over the ice and hard packed snow with these shoes where I had to gingerly walk in the road shoes. I have only nearly slipped once while running in these shoes and that was when I attempted a 90 degree turn on ice. I can keep my training routine through the winter no matter what the weather. That being said, I wish there was some of the Arctic Grip material further up on the toe. I find myself still slipping when finishing push-off so I can't quite keep my usual stride on ice.

Good multi-surface winter running shoe.

Feb 05, 2018
I debated between these and a set of strap-on spikes. I went with these because the path I run can vary between snow-covered, 75% ice coverage, and 75% asphalt with 25% ice. With these shoes I can run on all of these surfaces and I don't have to worry about the feel of spikes or wearing out spikes on the asphalt. I bought these the day after trying to run on mostly ice with standard road running shoes and having to walk the majority of it. Within a few days I had a chance to do a run in these shoes in nearly identical conditions. I was able to run over the ice and hard packed snow with these shoes where I had to gingerly walk in the road shoes. I have only nearly slipped once while running in these shoes and that was when I attempted a 90 degree turn on ice. I can keep my training routine through the winter no matter what the weather. That being said, I wish there was some of the Arctic Grip material further up on the toe. I find myself still slipping when finishing push-off so I can't quite keep my usual stride on ice.
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2 5
No magical traction; you need spikes for ice This shoe doesn't live up to its name. Granted, even before buying this shoe I knew deep down there is no such thing as traction on ice without some kind of spike to dig in a bit, but given the name of the shoe and the slogan printed on it ("run anywhere"), I thought maybe it was worth a try. I bought this because I live in Minnesota and train outdoors through the winter, but I'm disappointed in the performance of this shoe. I have worn it for probably 20 outdoor winter runs now, and I honestly tried to like it, but I can now say that it doesn't perform better on ice or even just snow than my summer racing flats. There is more insulation, true, but it really doesn't keep my feet that much warmer, so is it really worth the extra expense?

No magical traction; you need spikes for ice

Dec 29, 2017
This shoe doesn't live up to its name. Granted, even before buying this shoe I knew deep down there is no such thing as traction on ice without some kind of spike to dig in a bit, but given the name of the shoe and the slogan printed on it ("run anywhere"), I thought maybe it was worth a try. I bought this because I live in Minnesota and train outdoors through the winter, but I'm disappointed in the performance of this shoe. I have worn it for probably 20 outdoor winter runs now, and I honestly tried to like it, but I can now say that it doesn't perform better on ice or even just snow than my summer racing flats. There is more insulation, true, but it really doesn't keep my feet that much warmer, so is it really worth the extra expense?
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5 5
Peformed perfectly on their first "outing" Took them out for their first 5.5 mile run this morning. It was 20 degrees F and it had snowed 2 inches the night before. I am in a suburban environment so I need shoes that handle many different surfaces. This morning there was snow covered asphalt/cement (2" of fluff over some hard pack), some hard pack on roads, some frozen slush on streets and some clear roads. These shoes were great. I took roughly 9700 steps (per my Fitbit) and had only 3 slight slips with foot plant (Never felt close to losing my balance). My kick off was fine on every surface except frozen slush (on the roads) where I lost power so I stuck to the snow. Importantly when transitioning from snow to the road or hard pack I never felt like the cleats were clogged. They gripped immediately. In terms of comfort, they were warm, fit true to size and most importantly since the last 1.0 mile was on a dry road I felt like I had adequate cushioning. Two caveats: 1. I did not run any steep hills just gentle ones so I don't know how they perform on steeps. 2. I did not run on glare ice and if you do I would recommend you read the online critique of the Alaskan runner. Pretty much for every thing else, so far, they are great.

Peformed perfectly on their first "outing"

Dec 17, 2017
Took them out for their first 5.5 mile run this morning. It was 20 degrees F and it had snowed 2 inches the night before. I am in a suburban environment so I need shoes that handle many different surfaces. This morning there was snow covered asphalt/cement (2" of fluff over some hard pack), some hard pack on roads, some frozen slush on streets and some clear roads. These shoes were great. I took roughly 9700 steps (per my Fitbit) and had only 3 slight slips with foot plant (Never felt close to losing my balance). My kick off was fine on every surface except frozen slush (on the roads) where I lost power so I stuck to the snow. Importantly when transitioning from snow to the road or hard pack I never felt like the cleats were clogged. They gripped immediately. In terms of comfort, they were warm, fit true to size and most importantly since the last 1.0 mile was on a dry road I felt like I had adequate cushioning. Two caveats: 1. I did not run any steep hills just gentle ones so I don't know how they perform on steeps. 2. I did not run on glare ice and if you do I would recommend you read the online critique of the Alaskan runner. Pretty much for every thing else, so far, they are great.
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4 5
First run, good confident grip, not as much cushion as Guide 9 I got this shoe to run in Indiana winters. On it's first outing I took it 8 miles. The grip was certainly better than my regular guide 9s specially on wet leaves. I have not tried it on snow yet. The shoe is lighter and consequently does not have the same level of cushion compared to my regular running shoes. It is warmer than regular shoes for running in cold weather.

First run, good confident grip, not as much cushion as Guide 9

Dec 02, 2017
I got this shoe to run in Indiana winters. On it's first outing I took it 8 miles. The grip was certainly better than my regular guide 9s specially on wet leaves. I have not tried it on snow yet. The shoe is lighter and consequently does not have the same level of cushion compared to my regular running shoes. It is warmer than regular shoes for running in cold weather.
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