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Saucony Guide 13 Women's Running Shoes (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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JackRabbit has Saucony Guide 13 Women's Running Shoes (Various Colors) for $58.50 after promo code GJR13M. Shipping is free.

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  • Women's $58.50
    • Aqua
    • Moonrock/Coral (size 10.5)
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    • Surface: Road, Gyms, Flats
    • Category: Stability - Designed for runners who have flexible arches that over-pronate(or collapse inwardly). Stability shoes feature a posting or firmer foam underneath as a support underneath the arch to prevent the foot from over-pronating. The structure in this category is less than that of the Stability Plus shoes, but is adequate for the majority runners that over-pronate. Runners who need stability shoes tend to experience shin splints, knee pain, and plantar fasciitis if they are not wearing a stability shoe.
  • Benefits Include:
    • New PWRRUN cushioning provides just-right softness that's responsive enough to tackle as many miles as you wish.
    • The new medial TPU guidance frame quickly and quietly guides each foot through its natural gait cycle for the smoothest feel yet.
    • FORMFIT surrounds the foot with a made-for-me feel that can accommodate a wide range of foot shapes comfortably.
    • A sleek silhoutte that was redesigned from the inside out for comfort from every angle.
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  • Men's $58.50
    • Blue/Silver (size 12.5 only)
    • Alloy/Red
  • Women's $58.50
    • Moonrock/Coral (size 11)

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    • Our research indicates that Saucony Guide 13 Men's & Women's Running Shoes are $11.45 lower (17.4% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $69.95 at the time of this posting.
    • This price is $1 less than a recent Frontpage deal.
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Rude, man. I'm not a newbie I just super lurk. Now I'm going to go back to my hole. See you never.
This deal is $1.00 less than the previous front page
Not sure why you need an "SD veteran" to tell you about running shoes, but I'm a 12-15 mile/week runner. I struggle with knee and heel pain and try a lot of running shoes. I have found Brooks and Mizuno work best for me, but Saucony makes a good shoe. I wouldn't hesitate to grab a pair for the rotation, at a good price.

The Guide 13 is a good stability shoe. The Ride 13 is a good neutral shoe. I just picked up a pair of Ride 13's and like them. They are little less cushioned than the Brooks Ghost, but less bulky than say ASICS. I know a lot of people like Hoka too, bc they make you feel like you are running on a marshmallow. I have found they wear out really fast and tend to make me bounce at a slower pace. I also feel like Hoka totally changes my stride, so I stay away now. The new Saucony PWRRUN foam is nice. The Sauconys just seems to propel you forward. It's not a speed shoe, but I am really digging the compromise between comfort and energy return. YouTube has some good reviews that you might find helpful.

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This deal is $1.00 less than the previous front page
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Thank you for posting this! I missed out on this deal last time a couple weeks ago, and while they didn't have my size in the color I initially wanted, they had a different color available in my size and I took it! Always wanted to try these! Thank you so much OP! Liked and Repped!
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These are the continuation of the guide ISO series 1 and 2. Now they are on the Guide 14s. These are fantastic shoes for over pronation.
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This is a great deal if you need stability running shoes.
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These are the continuation of the guide ISO series 1 and 2. Now they are on the Guide 14s. These are fantastic shoes for over pronation.
It is not a continuation because the ISO uppers are totally discontinued. I'm not sure why. I loved the ISO uppers and the 13 and 14 to me are not as comfortable.

Not to say that the new ones aren't high quality stability shoes. Just if you LOVED the Guide ISO 2, then go find those and hoard as many as you can in your size. The Guide 13 and 14 are not similar.

For reference I am about 100 kgs and do about 20 to 30 miles in per week. I have been switching back and forth mostly between the Saucony Guide or NB 860s. I went through one pair of Brooks Adrenaline and they weren't for me.
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If I wear out a specific part of a cheap shoe 95% faster than other part of the shoe, will a running shoe-specific brand reduce that spot from being worn out as fast? I've always only worn <$30 shoes.
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Quote from NotEasyBeingSavage :
It is not a continuation because the ISO uppers are totally discontinued. I'm not sure why. I loved the ISO uppers and the 13 and 14 to me are not as comfortable.

Not to say that the new ones aren't high quality stability shoes. Just if you LOVED the Guide ISO 2, then go find those and hoard as many as you can in your size. The Guide 13 and 14 are not similar.

For reference I am about 100 kgs and do about 20 to 30 miles in per week. I have been switching back and forth mostly between the Saucony Guide or NB 860s. I went through one pair of Brooks Adrenaline and they weren't for me.
I suppose continuation is the wrong word. I suppose replacement since they don't make the ISO anymore and they are very similar build. Funny, I like the 13/14 uppers more than the ISO because they are more rigid and stretch less. Solid shoe nonetheless for 50-60$. I usually buy multiple pairs.
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Weird, All the above comments came only from newbie,s only 🤔 any SD veteran's to comment on this deal
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Weird, All the above comments came only from newbie,s only 🤔 any SD veteran's to comment on this deal
Got some ona previous deal. Solid shoes if you over pronate. I only have a few miles in these (around 50-60) but enjoyable. Not sure what I like more the 860s or these.

Edit: these are easier to slip on and off without having to tie so ordered another for everyday use (not seen this color but really like my blue ones from other deal)
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Weird, All the above comments came only from newbie,s only 🤔 any SD veteran's to comment on this deal
No. It's shilled up the wazoo.
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I'm waiting for black, I'm tired of goofy colors just to save a bit. Eventually, inventory will get back to normal.
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Quote from AppnaDesi :
Weird, All the above comments came only from newbie,s only 🤔 any SD veteran's to comment on this deal
Not sure why you need an "SD veteran" to tell you about running shoes, but I'm a 12-15 mile/week runner. I struggle with knee and heel pain and try a lot of running shoes. I have found Brooks and Mizuno work best for me, but Saucony makes a good shoe. I wouldn't hesitate to grab a pair for the rotation, at a good price.

The Guide 13 is a good stability shoe. The Ride 13 is a good neutral shoe. I just picked up a pair of Ride 13's and like them. They are little less cushioned than the Brooks Ghost, but less bulky than say ASICS. I know a lot of people like Hoka too, bc they make you feel like you are running on a marshmallow. I have found they wear out really fast and tend to make me bounce at a slower pace. I also feel like Hoka totally changes my stride, so I stay away now. The new Saucony PWRRUN foam is nice. The Sauconys just seems to propel you forward. It's not a speed shoe, but I am really digging the compromise between comfort and energy return. YouTube has some good reviews that you might find helpful.
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Not sure why you need an "SD veteran" to tell you about running shoes, but I'm a 12-15 mile/week runner. I struggle with knee and heel pain and try a lot of running shoes. I have found Brooks and Mizuno work best for me, but Saucony makes a good shoe. I wouldn't hesitate to grab a pair for the rotation, at a good price.

The Guide 13 is a good stability shoe. The Ride 13 is a good neutral shoe. I just picked up a pair of Ride 13's and like them. They are little less cushioned than the Brooks Ghost, but less bulky than say ASICS. I know a lot of people like Hoka too, bc they make you feel like you are running on a marshmallow. I have found they wear out really fast and tend to make me bounce at a slower pace. I also feel like Hoka totally changes my stride, so I stay away now. The new Saucony PWRRUN foam is nice. The Sauconys just seems to propel you forward. It's not a speed shoe, but I am really digging the compromise between comfort and energy return. YouTube has some good reviews that you might find helpful.
They be implying it's fake accounts pushing a product. I dunno.
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