Peregrine ISO, Green | Teal, dynamic
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2020-01-21T01:11:53.784Z 2021-01-20T01:11:53.784Z USD 69.99
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Best trail runner - by , Oct 02, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
Fits true to size. I wear 9s in Merrells, Brooks, etc, no difference here. I wear these primarily for mountain runs and hiking, mostly in NH's White Mountains. They are comfortable enough for the Pemi loop in a day... 33+ miles, nearly 10k feet cumulative elevation gain (and loss). The shoes don't need to be re-tied, they don't slip, and I don't need to take them off during breaks. They soak and drain quickly, within an hour of being submerged they are mostly dry. They needed zero break in, started with a 10 mile run/hike. The grip is phenomenal. I have never felt unconfident in my footing, and only have slipped when I was expecting it on steep slides. Sole comfort is on point, but I wouldn't want to run miles on pavement with them, they'll get chewed up quickly. ISO fit is... Sock like. I'll buy these again and again.

Best trail runner

Oct 02, 2019
Fits true to size. I wear 9s in Merrells, Brooks, etc, no difference here. I wear these primarily for mountain runs and hiking, mostly in NH's White Mountains. They are comfortable enough for the Pemi loop in a day... 33+ miles, nearly 10k feet cumulative elevation gain (and loss). The shoes don't need to be re-tied, they don't slip, and I don't need to take them off during breaks. They soak and drain quickly, within an hour of being submerged they are mostly dry. They needed zero break in, started with a 10 mile run/hike. The grip is phenomenal. I have never felt unconfident in my footing, and only have slipped when I was expecting it on steep slides. Sole comfort is on point, but I wouldn't want to run miles on pavement with them, they'll get chewed up quickly. ISO fit is... Sock like. I'll buy these again and again.
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Great Shoe - by , Sep 25, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
Great shoe in all types of trail conditions. Second time wearing ran a trail marathon not one hotspot!

Great Shoe

Sep 25, 2019
Great shoe in all types of trail conditions. Second time wearing ran a trail marathon not one hotspot!
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Great shoes.....good all around! - by , Sep 23, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
Just one ride yet but a very good 10 mile break in. They got good cushion, are stable enougth, the low drop pleases me as i have Freedom ISO's and are used to it. Thin rock plate is great, just feels right. Love the Style an colours. Very nice trail shoes!

Great shoes.....good all around!

Sep 23, 2019
Just one ride yet but a very good 10 mile break in. They got good cushion, are stable enougth, the low drop pleases me as i have Freedom ISO's and are used to it. Thin rock plate is great, just feels right. Love the Style an colours. Very nice trail shoes!
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Comfortable, but tread didn’t last - by , Sep 15, 2019
4/ 5 Stars
Peregrine’s have always been my go to trail shoe. They fit my feet just right, and used to hold up to the beatings on the trail. The outsole and tread aren’t as sturdy in this model. I had a few weeks of trail running on these shoes and then ran the Bridger Ridge Run followed by The Rut a few week later. The outsole and tread began pealing away from the shoe while I was running the rut. Both of those runs are extremely technical with tons of elevation and descent, and rocks and scree fields. This years version just doesn’t hold up to running anywhere. I ran both of these same races last year, using the Peregrine 7’s and these held up fine. The year before I ran Pikes Peak Marathon, the Rut 50k, and NFEC Utah 50mi in the Peregrine 7 and that shoe held up to weeks of training followed by all three of those races. Otherwise, the shoe this season is comfortable underfoot and feels secure when running on various terrain in various conditions. The insole bunches up when running downhill in wet rainy weather, but that’s been my experience with every single iteration of peregrine I’ve owned. Wish Saucony would correct that some day.

Comfortable, but tread didn’t last

Sep 15, 2019
Peregrine’s have always been my go to trail shoe. They fit my feet just right, and used to hold up to the beatings on the trail. The outsole and tread aren’t as sturdy in this model. I had a few weeks of trail running on these shoes and then ran the Bridger Ridge Run followed by The Rut a few week later. The outsole and tread began pealing away from the shoe while I was running the rut. Both of those runs are extremely technical with tons of elevation and descent, and rocks and scree fields. This years version just doesn’t hold up to running anywhere. I ran both of these same races last year, using the Peregrine 7’s and these held up fine. The year before I ran Pikes Peak Marathon, the Rut 50k, and NFEC Utah 50mi in the Peregrine 7 and that shoe held up to weeks of training followed by all three of those races. Otherwise, the shoe this season is comfortable underfoot and feels secure when running on various terrain in various conditions. The insole bunches up when running downhill in wet rainy weather, but that’s been my experience with every single iteration of peregrine I’ve owned. Wish Saucony would correct that some day.
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Best allround trail ultra shoe out there - by , Sep 05, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
My first impression of the Peregrine ISO was not only 100% positive (pls stay with me to find out that this turned out to be the wrong impression 😊). This since it doesn’t feel quite as fast and direct as the amazingly awesome Peregrine 7 that I absolutely love and bought multiple pairs of. The ISO was simply too comfy and too forgiving. I felt I missed the feedback and tempo of the 7. I still do find the 7 more “fun” I have to admit. But the way the Peregrine ISO performs on long and technical (Alpine) trail ultras! I can sincerely say that I doubt that there is any shoe out there that deliver on every single aspect you need when being out on Alpine trails for say 75-120 kilometers (and beyond as well I’m sure). The grip on everything from mud to bare rock is on par with every other more specialized shoe I’ve been running in (and I’ve been running in quite a few pairs of shoes 😊). The cushioning is exceptional for a shoe that still is so responsive and direct (although not as responsive and direct as the 7 then…). The fit and comfort is amazing come hour 10, 11 in them or even hour 16, 17 (although this of course is very individual). Having said this I do realize that not everyone is looking for a 4mm drop shoe with (compared to many other ultra-shoes) relatively responsive cushioning when running up to and beoynd 100 kilometers in the woods and the mountains. But if that is you game, there is, if you ask me, no shoe like the Peregrine ISO out there. And if you run shorter and/or faster than I do, you will still love the 4mm drop and the low profile that gives feedback and security. And you will love the mind-blowing grip on any surface short of the deeeepest of mud. Yes, there are even faster trail shoes out there… But as far as the "one-trail-shoe-quiver” goes, I would say that Saucony hit the sweetspot already with the Peregrine 7. Then lost that a bit with the 8. And now are back on top with the ISO. Albeit with a touch of more focus on even more long-distance comfort than the in 7. I have different brands of trail shoes that I use on my training sessions. But come race-day: I always choose my Saucony Peregrine.

Best allround trail ultra shoe out there

Sep 05, 2019
My first impression of the Peregrine ISO was not only 100% positive (pls stay with me to find out that this turned out to be the wrong impression 😊). This since it doesn’t feel quite as fast and direct as the amazingly awesome Peregrine 7 that I absolutely love and bought multiple pairs of. The ISO was simply too comfy and too forgiving. I felt I missed the feedback and tempo of the 7. I still do find the 7 more “fun” I have to admit. But the way the Peregrine ISO performs on long and technical (Alpine) trail ultras! I can sincerely say that I doubt that there is any shoe out there that deliver on every single aspect you need when being out on Alpine trails for say 75-120 kilometers (and beyond as well I’m sure). The grip on everything from mud to bare rock is on par with every other more specialized shoe I’ve been running in (and I’ve been running in quite a few pairs of shoes 😊). The cushioning is exceptional for a shoe that still is so responsive and direct (although not as responsive and direct as the 7 then…). The fit and comfort is amazing come hour 10, 11 in them or even hour 16, 17 (although this of course is very individual). Having said this I do realize that not everyone is looking for a 4mm drop shoe with (compared to many other ultra-shoes) relatively responsive cushioning when running up to and beoynd 100 kilometers in the woods and the mountains. But if that is you game, there is, if you ask me, no shoe like the Peregrine ISO out there. And if you run shorter and/or faster than I do, you will still love the 4mm drop and the low profile that gives feedback and security. And you will love the mind-blowing grip on any surface short of the deeeepest of mud. Yes, there are even faster trail shoes out there… But as far as the "one-trail-shoe-quiver” goes, I would say that Saucony hit the sweetspot already with the Peregrine 7. Then lost that a bit with the 8. And now are back on top with the ISO. Albeit with a touch of more focus on even more long-distance comfort than the in 7. I have different brands of trail shoes that I use on my training sessions. But come race-day: I always choose my Saucony Peregrine.
Awesome - as advertised - by , Aug 15, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
Perfect for running on trails and gravel roads even light hiking. I bought these for a trip to Newfoundland and wore them everywhere- we even decided to play a round of golf and they performed better than my regular golf shoes!

Awesome - as advertised

Aug 15, 2019
Perfect for running on trails and gravel roads even light hiking. I bought these for a trip to Newfoundland and wore them everywhere- we even decided to play a round of golf and they performed better than my regular golf shoes!
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10/10 Would buy again - by , Jul 19, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
Have worn them for about 60ish miles since purchasing, two races on technical new england trail. Really enjoy the snug, slipper like fit on the shoe. Makes me feel better when i lean into a turn at speed in the trails. Gripped like glue on dirt, mud, and roots. A little bit of traction control issues on wet rocks but thats life. last years model had issues with the insole bunching up on the toe when they got wet, this seems to have been corrected. Fifth time buying a peregrine and my third version, this one wins.

10/10 Would buy again

Jul 19, 2019
Have worn them for about 60ish miles since purchasing, two races on technical new england trail. Really enjoy the snug, slipper like fit on the shoe. Makes me feel better when i lean into a turn at speed in the trails. Gripped like glue on dirt, mud, and roots. A little bit of traction control issues on wet rocks but thats life. last years model had issues with the insole bunching up on the toe when they got wet, this seems to have been corrected. Fifth time buying a peregrine and my third version, this one wins.
Saucony's reply

Shoes for terrain as diverse as you are. #FindYourStrong

Very comfortable - by , Jul 09, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
Very comfortable right out of the box with no blisters on my first hike. I like the sock like fit and wide toe box

Very comfortable

Jul 09, 2019
Very comfortable right out of the box with no blisters on my first hike. I like the sock like fit and wide toe box
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Thanks for your great feedback Jim!

I like these shoes - by , Jun 24, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
They fit real nice. Easy to walk in these.

I like these shoes

Jun 24, 2019
They fit real nice. Easy to walk in these.
Don't hold up to real trails. - by , Jun 02, 2019
3/ 5 Stars
Fit was pretty good, but these have a bit of heel slip. I have had these for about 5 months and the upper is torn where is connects to the sole on the side. The sole is also coming away at the very front, but not too bad yet. The heel slip means the inner is work away at the heel so now I am rubbing against hard plastic. I run on forested trails in VA, sometimes on the Appalachian trail. These just don't hold up well to forest with roots and rocks and mud. For years I bought the Xodus and each pair lasted over a year. They messed with the design of those and they don't fit or feel right any more, so I went to the Peregrins. I have worn nothing Saucony since 2009, but now they ruined the Xodus and the Peregrins are poor quality I am going to look elsewhere for trail running shoes.

Don't hold up to real trails.

Jun 02, 2019
Fit was pretty good, but these have a bit of heel slip. I have had these for about 5 months and the upper is torn where is connects to the sole on the side. The sole is also coming away at the very front, but not too bad yet. The heel slip means the inner is work away at the heel so now I am rubbing against hard plastic. I run on forested trails in VA, sometimes on the Appalachian trail. These just don't hold up well to forest with roots and rocks and mud. For years I bought the Xodus and each pair lasted over a year. They messed with the design of those and they don't fit or feel right any more, so I went to the Peregrins. I have worn nothing Saucony since 2009, but now they ruined the Xodus and the Peregrins are poor quality I am going to look elsewhere for trail running shoes.
Saucony's reply

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