Saucony Omni 19: The good just got even better

The word Omni is a Latin prefix which means “all” or “every,” and the Saucony Omni 19 is designed with that logic. It is a running shoe that aims to help anyone that needs more support during their runs. Showcasing a new midsole material, this stability running shoe from Saucony now offers a more responsive and springy ride.

Who is it best for? Ideal for runners that experience moderate to severe overpronation (when the ankle rolls too far downward and inward with each step)

What is it best for? Daily running, long-distance running, marathon

Improved Omni 19 means more benefits

Saucony didn’t just make improvements to the Omni 19, they made the right improvements. The legacy of great support offered by previous Saucony Omni models lives on in the Omni 19. It continues to provide miles of stable and comfortable running, only better this time around.

  • Springy The PWRRUN is a new midsole cushioning used to replace the Dual Density Super Lite EVA found in its predecessors. It provides just the right amount of softness and support while offering a more springy ride. Its excellent durability also means it can deliver long-term cushioning to your feet for those long-distance runs. Paired with the EVERUN Topsole, it gives an additional layer of responsive cushioning to enhance the energy return further. 

With all these changes, the Saucony Omni 19 guarantees streamlined support and springy ride that will give you miles of enjoyable running.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: 11.4oz
Drop: 8mm
Arch support: Motion control
Forefoot height: 26mm
Heel height: 34mm
Collection: Saucony Omni

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Jens Jakob Andersen
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