Good to know
- The 13th edition of the Saucony Cohesion features an updated upper design for enhanced breathability, support, and comfort. It is an affordable yet stylish road running shoe built with a smooth-run essential cushioning for a pleasant running experience.
- To provide a more efficient ride, the designers made the Saucony Cohesion 13 lighter compared to its predecessor. Saucony’s new Versarun technology is also incorporated into the shoe for optimal comfort and shock absorption.
- The segmented rubber outsole featured in its previous version, the Saucony Cohesion 12, is still used in the Saucony Cohesion 13. The rubber outsole is a flexible and durable material that protects the shoe from tear and wear.
Providing reliable protection against abrasion is the segmented rubber outsole. This highly durable rubber material offers a smooth and flexible sensation that holds up mile after mile. It protects the foot and the rest of the platform from sharp objects and uneven surfaces.
The rubber outsole is coupled with a zigzagging flex groove pattern that enhances the shoe’s traction on various surfaces. The flex grooves are also responsible for making the shoe flexible, allowing the platform to bend and flex with the foot while running or walking.
The Saucony Cohesion 13 uses the Versarun cushioning technology for a high level of comfort. This cushioning material is included to help reduce the pressure by absorbing the impact in every stride.
A cushioned footbed is also incorporated into the shoe. This component offers added cushioning for a softer feel. It also delivers additional underfoot protection.
The upper unit of the Saucony Cohesion 13 is constructed using a combination of mesh and synthetic materials. The mesh fabric is a lightweight and breathable material that allows for continuous ventilation, keeping the foot dry and cool during the entire running session. The synthetic overlays are also added to provide structure, durability, and secure hold.
The mesh upper is also coupled with a soft, breathable fabric lining for a smooth and irritation-free environment.
The traditional lace-up closure is utilized in the shoe for a secure and customized fit every time. The shoelaces allow the runner to easily adjust the looseness and tightness around the shoe.
A padded tongue is integrated into the shoe to prevent the entry of small rocks and debris. This element also offers added protection by preventing the shoelaces from rubbing against the top of the foot. A padded collar is also used to provide ankle support and increased comfort.