Comments: I find the Saucony 10 to be a fairly stable neutral running shoe. I do not run with socks and have never had a blister. Love them.
From: Christopher, Johannesburg
Comments: Love this shoe! Use it on my extra long runs.
From: Kalmar, Sweden
Comments: I'm a 7.5 D and ordered 1/2 size small because of reviews. 7 fit perfect. Even though the reviews said they had heel slip, I had to try them myself. Gave them a test on the treadmill. Major heel slip. So bad my socks would pull down into the heel of the shoe. Laces too short to rig for tighter heel. I'm glad I have some extra Triumph 9's on the shelf. This is the first time I've ever sent shoes back for a refund. I would not recommend the 10's.
From: Huskey, Galveston, TX
Comments: I tried on this shoe recently, but I did not buy them due to: 1. Loose fitting heel and 2. The tongue was way too short and would obviously slip down when you run. Felt as cushioned or more than the Triumph 9 model, but these two problems made it a no go, for me!
From: David, Tempe, AZ
Comments: I agree with Iris, lots of heel slip with this shoe (and I don't wear orthotics), in fact, in my 30+ years of running I cannot recall a shoe with so much heel slippage. If you're looking for a neutral 8mm cushioned shoe from Saucony, consider the Echelon 3 - cushioning is just as good and the heel locks tight.
From: David, Ashburn, VA, USA
Comments: This shoes doesn't have the heel depth and padding as the 9. I wear men's wide and the orthotics don't fit down in the shoe. Waste of money if you wear orthoics.
Comments: Awesome shoe. Great combination of weight and cushion.
From: Chad, Frisco, TX
Comments: A much better ride, more stable heel with a snug fit. A much better shoe than the 9. If you have beefy feet you may need to go wider or up a half size. The last is rockered a bit more too. Great stuff!
From: Edward, Abbotsford, B.C., Canada