lightweight mesh and has a very soft midsole that provides high energy gain with quicker runners’ transitions. The immediate response of this boot is because of an exceptionally responsive carbon-fiber plate within the midsole.
However, if you are a jogger, it is advised you go for its jogger shoes instead. The joggers’ shoes are heavier and more durable than the running shoe. For instance, The Saucony Endorphin Shift 01 of the speed version of Endorphin is designed for runners.
Are Saucony shoes sustainable?
Saucony is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its products on the ecosystem. It uses eco-friendly and recycled materials. It uses 50% – 70% sustainable materials like recycled polyesters, recycled nylon, and responsibly sourced cotton.
Saucony agrees that too many shoes end up in that landfill for long. It is developing and experimenting with its first biodegradable shoes, An innovation that will make shoe breakdown at the end of its lifecycle.
Where are Saucony’s shoes made?
Saucony’s headquarters are in Waltham, Massachusetts, United States. Its shoes are made in the U.S.