Comments: I've had these shoes for about 2 months and they've been great right out of the box. They're lighter than my old Nike's but were as comfortable and well cushioned. I didn't think 1 oz lighter would make a noticeable difference, but it feels like I'm barely wearing a shoe compared to my old Nike's. The heel is a bit snug for me, but hasn't resulted in any discomfort when running. The day after my last run I had some soreness in my heel and knee that I'm not sure if it was because of the run, insert or some other reason. I'll post an updated review after my next run if it comes back again.
From: Dan, Las Vegas, NV
Comments: I had a lot of difficulty finding a replacement for the Mizuno Wave Precision. This weekend I had a 12 miler planned, and I happened to be out of town. In hotel I noticed i packed to wrong pair of mizuno's( I have numerous pairs of wearing out mizuno precision that I rotate). So I chanced it an bought a pair of Saucony Ride. Well, my 12 miler out of the box went great, and this is my new shoe. It has more forefoot cushion that mizuno precision and an overall more comfortable ride.
From: Joe, Bradenton, Fl
Comments: Saucony Ride shoes are the best I've ever had, great shoe for training and competition.
From: Edilson, Santo Andre, Sao, Paulo, Brazil
Comments: I've run in the Ride for the last couple of years. The 5's were really good. Soft and long lasting. The 6 feels pretty much the same with one glaring fault: the sock liner is much less cushioned and was blown out (flattened at the base of my big toe) after 99 miles. I had to put in a different sock liner. Other than that I think the shoe will perform the same as the 5.
From: Graham, Tyler, TX, USA