very light havent tryied yet on a long run
like it , need to test on a long run
Saucony peregrine 6 - great
the saucony peregrine 6 are really good. great traction and stability in all terrain. trail running shoes with such stability trend to be stiff and somehow "uncomfortable" in the first runs but these shoes felt really good from the very beginning. the only less positive thing i would mention is the que shoes don't get rid of the mud easily (but que depends on the type of terrain / mud) and the heel-to-toes drop, is low Which trend to ask a little bit more from your calves During flat and uphill segments. anyway, i Knew que from the specifications before i bought Them. all the process from buying Them to Have Them at home redbourn less than 48 hours Which is amazing. i definitely recommend them for any type of trail run you may want to do.
I do not want other
Excellent shoe, and I had a peregrine 5 for a year and after trying several models from other brands, and finally returned to them and no longer change, excellent balance between comfort and performance. Used in both highly technical field and trails.
You super comfortable
Very comfortable for cushioning and good hold of the foot. The taqueado is good but tends to retain dirt.
Excellent moment 18,67km output and very fine, soft, good grip, very good adhesion, the descents are enjoyed, this Saturday 3h haver as they enchanted moment.
was looking for an all-round trail shoe to use the trails and trail, but also on the snow in winter. this shoe provides super grip, encloses the foot well, is at and good for the toes and is easy. it works perfectly in the woods and on the dirt road, but is also good on asphalt to and from forests. they grip well on snow, but in that it is open mesh on top of the shoe so it can get a bit cold and wet. I have run into -8 with merinoullstrumpor, it was cold the first 2k, but then I thought not on it. I like low drop, (4mm) and thicker, protective sole. so these fit me perfectly!