Saucony shoes are typically reported as true-to-size, especially when it comes to the brand’s running shoes.
However, you can’t always be 100% sure as various models and even certain sizes can run larger or smaller than expected.
Knowing your actual foot measurements can help a lot in determining the right Saucony shoe size for you. Especially if you’ve never measured it before.
Saucony men's and women's size chart
Saucony shoe sizing compared to other brands
Saucony’s men’s sizing scheme appears to be consistent across a number of popular brands like Brooks, Asics, New Balance, and Hoka. Mind that you may need a bigger size in Nike and Adidas and a smaller size in women’s Saucony models.
|Foot length (mm)||Saucony||Brooks||Asics||New Balance||Hoka||Nike||Adidas|
|Men's US sizes|
|Women's US sizes|
If you are wondering how Saucnoy compares to the brands not mentioned in this section, see the brand size converter tool at the bottom of the page.
How various Saucony shoes fit
The brand’s running shoes have a good reputation for their comfortable, well-fitting uppers and true-to-size fit.
Even the more speed-oriented options like Endorphin Speed and Endorphin Pro are described to have a close-fitting yet not restrictive fit. Mind, however, that they will have a slightly narrower toebox.
As for the casual sneakers from Saucony, the variety of designs can translate to differences in the fit. That’s why we gather all available feedback from the buyers and experts about the fit and sizing of each individual model on its respective product page.
Unisex sizing in Saucony
A number of Saucony sneakers are unisex and are based on men’s sizes. Women should subtract 1.5 from their regular US size to get the correct one in unisex shoes.
Saucony comes in wide options
The current selection of running shoes is available in the following widths:
If you have a shoe from another brand that fits you perfectly, you can enter its brand name and size into the converter below to find out its Saucony equivalent.