Making its way to the feet of legends such as Parker Stinson, Jared Ward and the Olympic Trials Marathon finisher Molly Seidel, the Saucony endorphin pro finally arrives in the retail market after a long wait.
The Saucony endorphin pro is the focal point of the endorphin series in the Saucony brand. Arriving in shades of white, green and blue accented with red and black, the uppers are engineered in a single layer of mesh with minute openings while the midsole is heavily stacked. The Saucony insignia makes its presence on the lateral side in red with a pattern of lines extending all the way to the heel. Adding a bit of zing is the neon green laces matching the sockliner and the outsole.
Rounding off the shoe is the PWRRUN PB foam embedded with the S-shaped carbon fiber plate which aims to keep the shoe firm and provides stability to the wearer. Although the pebble like structure looks derived from the adidas boost but Saucony has claimed for it to be softer, lighter and more responsive in comparison.
The Saucony Kinvara 11 is rather similar to its predecessor the Kinvara 10 with minor upgrades and a variety of colors. Uppers are crafted in breathable mesh with welded overlays giving one a more streamlined fit. The upper lace holes arriving in the glossy finish push it a bit into the lifestyle segment rather than the usual performance based. The Saucony logo makes its presence on the lateral side accompanied by a line running alongside. Adding a bit of comfort, the heel arrives with a quilted pattern and cushioning on the tongue and collar. The Kinvara 11 sole unit getting an upgrade with PWRRUN, an improved EVA foam to provide unmatched comfort. The midsole is accented with different colors instead of the usual white with the usual outsole.
With a price of $200 USD for the endorphin pro and $110 USD for the Kinvara 11 both of which are available on the Saucony website and select retailers.
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