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Named after the fastest bird on the planet, the Peregrine has long been a popular model for trail runners. In its 10th iteration, the Saucony Peregrine boasts traction-packed versatility that works on almost any terrain.
Who is it for? The Saucony Peregrine 10 is a neutral running shoe, which is ideal for runners and athletes with normal gaits or those who do not overpronate (when the foot excessively rolls inward). It can also work for runners who supinate (when the outside of the foot carries the majority of the body weight).
What is it for? It is suitable for short trail races up to half marathons. It can also be used for regular training and hiking on muddy areas, streams, and moderate trails.
Saucony completely overhauled the Peregrine 10 to be even faster and more comfortable than its predecessor, the Saucony Peregrine 9 also known as Saucony Peregrine ISO. Here are the major differences between each model:
- The Everun foam used in Peregrine ISO has been replaced with the new PWRRUN cushioning, which allows the Peregrine 10 to give a more responsive and protective ride.
- The enhanced rock plate of the Peregrine 10 offers better underfoot protection against sharp objects than its previous version.
- The new FormFit upper gives a more secure lockdown fit than the Peregrine 9’s ISOFit upper.
- The modified outsole tread pattern delivers firmer traction on rugged surfaces than the earlier model.
- The Saucony Peregrine 10 GTX is the waterproof version of the Peregrine 10. This trail running shoe is designed to protect the foot, especially in wet weather conditions.
- Featuring deeper lugs compared to the Saucony Peregrine 10, the Saucony Peregrine 10 ST is built to deliver more aggressive traction on soft trails and unforgiving terrains.