Who should buy the Saucony Guide 10

You will love Saucony Guide 10 if:

  • You need a supportive stability shoe for mild to severe overpronation.
  • You want an affordable yet durable shoe perfect for long-distance runs.

Saucony Guide 10 shoe name

Updates to the Saucony Guide 10

  • More adaptive fit and enhanced support for overpronators
  • New engineered mesh is seamless and slightly more flexible than the past model
  • The new upper offers a more form-fitting fit
  • Removed thick and stitched overlays, including the ones that support the eyelets
  • Bigger and more holes all throughout the upper.
  • Firmer midsole and heel to add a little more stability to runs and also a quicker transition from landing to take off
  • A minor change in the rubber placement in the outsole improves ground contact for better stability and enhanced flexibility
  • Removal of the SRC crash pad for a centered feel for the foot

Saucony Guide 10 overview

Saucony's Tri-flex outsole

The Tri-flex outsole features numerous flex grooves for superior flexibility. With a very unique underfoot layout, the Guide 10 has optimal ground contact that disperses impact upon landing and delivers a more effective transition in the gait cycle.

Saucony Guide 10 forefoot outsole

IBR+ rubber is located in the forefoot and midfoot for improved traction. The tip of the forefoot, the heel, and other areas use XT-900 carbon rubber for added protection against wear and tear.

Saucony Guide 10 heel

EVERUN technology in Saucony Guide 10

The Saucony Guide 10 continues to utilize the EVERUN technology as the top sole for a springier and more resilient ride.

Saucony Guide 10 midsole mid

Enhanced transition and better stability

Providing added cushioning is Saucony’s SSL EVA. This modified version is a bit firmer for enhanced transition and better stability for runners. Both the Everun and the SSL EVA are quite durable while still minimizing weight.

Saucony Guide 10 heel midsole

Cooler and lightweight feel with the upper

The new engineered mesh gives a more adaptive fit and optimal breathability.

Saucony Guide 10 top view upper

Delivering lightweight support and are the FlexFilm overlays, which are melded into the upper. This heat-induced technology allows Saucony to deliver excellent support without the added weight or the risk of irritation.

Saucony Guide 10 sideview upper

The tongue and the collar provide a luxurious feel all throughout the run. A RunDry technology, which has moisture and sweat-wicking capabilities, makes every ride as cool and dry as possible.

Saucony Guide 10 collar

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 10oz / Women 8.7oz
Drop: 8mm
Arch support: Stability
Update: Saucony Guide 14
Forefoot height: 19mm
Heel height: 27mm

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Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.