Earlier this year, we gave you a brief look at the upcoming Saucony Ride 6. Today, we take a detailed look at all the performance upgrades the shoe will entail when it drops next month in June.
Fans of the Ride 5 may not be too pleased, but Saucony has tweaked the popular neutral running shoe. Along with an enhanced upper for better forefoot fit, the Ride 6 featured a more flexible outsole, as well as an increased toe lift for a more responsive ride. Runners should be relieved that Saucony is keeping the 8mm heel-to-toe differential, and the triangular lugged pattern on the outsole that has been incorporated in many of the top Saucony models.
Stay tuned for a performance review on the Ride 6.