Saucony Triumph 18

Saucony Triumph 18
B

Based on 212 reviews

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  • Great for long runs
  • PWRRUN+ midsole foam is 28 per cent lighter than Saucony’s previous foam
  • Padded tongue, ankle collar and underfoot cradle make for a very
  • Triumph 19 is built on a cushy bed of PWRRUN+ midsole foam, which delivers
  • Tech Specs Saucony Triumph 19

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Be patient. On Saturday, I managed to get a pair of Saucony Triumph 18 for 100 EUR (down from 170!). They work like magic :) I love them already, they are so comfy and plush! Great alternative to Bondy!
Positive
Icy-Marzipan1978
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/RunningShoeGeeks
Light weight and flexible with
Light weight and flexible with great cushioning!
5.0
Steve L.
3 months ago
fit2run.com
fit2run.com
Old guy still chugging along
Cushy but still responsive. I have worn kinvaras for many years( still do) but as an older runner I started to look for a little more cushion on my daily treks, found it in the Triumph 18.
5.0
MO’G
3 months ago
dickssportinggoods.com
dickssportinggoods.com
Best running shoes I've ever had!
I run 7.5 miles a day, 5 days a week and I'm 52 years old (so I have a few aches and pains). But running in these shoes is like running on clouds, no aches nor pains! I LOVE these shoes!!!! It makes my running so effortless! I highly recommend them!
5.0
Florida Running Man
1 year ago
saucony.com
saucony.com
If you are worried about uneven streets then stay away from the Novablast as many find them bouncy but unstable. I like the Saucony triumph 18, one of the best max cushion shoes out there. The stability version of this is the Saucony hurricane 22
Neutral
TemporaryAd6267
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/RunningShoeGeeks
The Saucony Triumph 18 offers plush cushioning and comfort
As well as the padding, the arch and midfoot are encased in both the upper and an internal bootie that connects the tongue to the footbed, while even the toebox, which has only a single layer of upper material, hasn’t got the biggest ventilation holes. Whether this is a good or bad thing is down to your preference – in winter it’ll probably be a benefit as the shoe feels more weatherproof, but your feet will feel plenty toasty on hot, summer runs.ConclusionAn impressively cushioned and comfortable shoe, perfect for eating up the miles on longer runs
Positive
3 months ago
runnersworld.com
runnersworld.com
Saucony Triumph 18 Performance Review » Believe in the Run
MEAGHAN: The Saucony Triumph 18 is a durable daily trainer. I think this shoe will last hundreds of hundreds of miles. While it’s not my favorite shoe from Saucony, it’s a solid option for someone who enjoys a plush upper and lots of cushioning underfoot
Positive
3 months ago
believeintherun.com
believeintherun.com
Hoka Carbon X 2 plate, Saucony Triumph 18 laces, the stretchy ones. Just wrap the laces around the plate and over the foot a bunch of times.
Minimal. Fast.
Excellence.
Shoe Review: Saucony Triumph 19
Tech Comparison Saucony Triumph 19 Saucony Triumph 18 Weight 9.1 oz (W) 10.2 oz (M) 9
Positive
3 months ago
fleetfeet.com
fleetfeet.com
Saucony Triumph 18 Review: A High-End Workhorse Made for Daily Training - Not Your Everyday Running Blog
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Negative
3 months ago
roadrunnersports.com
roadrunnersports.com

Specs

Running Shoe Support

Neutral

Running Shoe Cushioning

Maximum Cushion

Heel-To-Toe Drop (mm)

8

Footwear Height

Ankle