Who should buy the Saucony Swerve

  • For neutral road runners who are into 21km to full marathon distance running.
  • A dependable running shoe for high-mileage runners.

Saucony Swerve logo

Numerous flex grooves for great flexibility

Tri-flex, the latest in outsole design from Saucony, is the layout of choice in the underfoot of the Swerve. The outsole is highlighted by numerous flex grooves for great flexibility while angled rectangular pods give the shoe enhance ground contact and traction.

Saucony Swerve flex grooves

It uses the tough XT-900 carbon rubber in the heel while iBR+, which lighter and more cushioned than regular blown rubber covers the rest of the outsole for improved grip.

Swerve provides responsive cushioning

A relatively thick slice of PowerGrid midsole foam offers the soft, yet responsive cushioning of the Saucony Swerve. It is an injection-molded EVA with Saucony’s own technologies sprinkled into it to give the foam added responsiveness and durability.

Saucony Swerve midsole foam

Saucony Swerve is a very breathable shoe

The engineered mesh that blankets the upper is very breathable with enough flexibility and support in the right areas. Providing more security are the FlexFilm overlays, which are fused onto the upper.

Saucony Swerve breathable shoe

Comfort is enhanced by the adequate cushioning and plush fabric of the tongue and the collar. The heel has the Rundry lining that wicks moisture and adds to the plush feel upon step-in.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 9.4oz / Women 8.3oz
Drop: 8mm
Arch support: Neutral
Forefoot height: 19mm
Heel height: 27mm
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation

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