Updates to Saucony Kineta Relay

  • The Saucony Kineta Relay features a featherweight platform that allows runners to move at faster speed without reducing the necessary support, protection and comfort.
  • The shoe uses the FORM2U memory foam cushioning that provides an ultra-plush foot bed protection conforming to every stride. It provides the necessary comfort and cushioning when needed.
  • It also uses the high-abrasion EVA foam that delivers a durable traction and added cushioning. The triangular lugs in the outsole provide impressive grip on different surfaces.

Size and fit

The Kineta Relay is available in standard running shoe length. It is designed for a wide variety of foot types. It can comfortably accommodate runners with narrow and medium foot measurements. The heel and the midfoot are in medium measurements but deliver a snug fit.


Outsole

The combination of the rubber outsole and EVA foam composed the outsole unit of the shoe. Along with the aggressive lugs, this shoe offer reliable grip on varied surfaces. It gives added cushioning and durability.


Midsole

The shoe’s midsole features the innovative FORM2U cushioning system that conforms to the natural shape of the foot for added comfort. It delivers enough amount of soft underfoot protection with high energy return and efficient shock-absorption capacity.


Upper

The upper of the Saucony Kineta Relay features the lightweight and durable breathable mesh upper. The inner fit sleeve provides an unmatched seamless, next-to-skin comfort. It also has a quick lacing system for an easy on and easy off. The soft padded tongue and padded heel collar gives added comfort..

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