words // Nick Engvall
Saucony running shoes have utilized the company’s ProGrid cushioning technology in a large percentage of their designs over the past few years. However, with the latest design, a new approach to cushioning makes its way into Saucony PowerGrid Cortana.
The Saucony PowerGrid Cortana combines PowerFoam with the Grid technology that has made Saucony one of the most popular and dependable maker’s of running shoes in the last decade. PowerGrid provides a responsive cushioning to go along with other key technologies like Sauc-fit that provides superb lockdown, Hydrator Collar Lining that helps wick moisture away, and HRC Strobel Board, which increases cushioning and provides impressive step-in comfort. Below it all resides Saucony’s SRC Impact Zone which disperses impact and helps provide smooth transition, and XT-900 carbon rubber on the outsole for traction and durability. The PowerGrid Cortana weighs in at 10.7 ounces to create a running shoe that serves as the meeting point between minimalist and traditional runners.
Available now: Saucony PowerGrid Cortana