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Saucony Kinvara 12 - Men's & Women's Running Shoes - $46.76 + $5 S/H

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Kinvara 12's are on sale for $64.95 + code July20 (20% off) + code 10OFF (10% off) = $46.76. Shipping is $5 or free on orders over $100. Came out to $54.87 for me after shipping and tax.

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For men, only sizes over 12 available.
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Dang. As the other comment mentioned, only sizes above 12 or so are available. Would have been a killer deal if 10.5 was available as I use Kinvara's on my speed days.
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Dang. As the other comment mentioned, only sizes above 12 or so are available. Would have been a killer deal if 10.5 was available as I use Kinvara's on my speed days.
You could consider women's size 12, Black/Silver.
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BAD shoes - bought for me and my gf and they hurt both our feet (forefeet) after 1 month wearing maybe 3x a week. Saucony a good brand, but their newer models are MUCH better shoes.
The Kinvara is a fairly minimalist shoe, so not a ton of padding, but they're super light and fantastic for speed work and tempo runs. They're definitely not a perfect shoe for everyone or all situations though. I also had some issues with the v11 running a little small, but 12's have been great so far.
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BAD shoes - bought for me and my gf and they hurt both our feet (forefeet) after 1 month wearing maybe 3x a week. Saucony a good brand, but their newer models are MUCH better shoes.
I read an article about running shoes. It turns out that manufacturers keep changing the designs for the sake of making them appear as new better technology at a cost of performance.
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The 11s were some of my favorite shoes ever. Had 3 pairs. Bought a pair of 12's and have maybe 30 miles on them. They are way firmer than the 11's and combined with a pretty low stack height feel more or less like a racing shoe. If you're a bigger runner or just prefer a slightly soft landing, id look elsewhere
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Mens…says "page not available"
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You could consider women's size 12, Black/Silver.
Women's shoes tend to be structured a tad differently with less padding and whatnot. I have considered it but not worth the trouble.
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Use July25 instead of July20 for a better deal
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55.51 out the door
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Mens…says "page not available"
Still works for me. There are still a few sizes available for the 3 remaining men's colors...and there are several colors and sizes available in women's.
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BAD shoes - bought for me and my gf and they hurt both our feet (forefeet) after 1 month wearing maybe 3x a week. Saucony a good brand, but their newer models are MUCH better shoes.
Shoes depend on your foot arch and width. Saucony and Reebok are good for flat arches and overpronaters, This is why you need to get fitted at at a running store. They can study your gait and match the best shoe. I absolutely can't wear New Balance, Nike or Adidas but have worn Saucony for years.
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BAD shoes - bought for me and my gf and they hurt both our feet (forefeet) after 1 month wearing maybe 3x a week. Saucony a good brand, but their newer models are MUCH better shoes.
First time runner huh? Everyone's foot is different. This is why you should get fitted and understand your gait.
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