KNOW YOUR TECH breaks down the scientific technology used in your favorite sneakers and activewear. Let’s demystify your next purchase: today’s technology is the Saucony Comfortride sockliner. This exclusive open cell foam sockliner is used in a majority of the brand's running sneakers, providing antimicrobial properties and comfort.

What is it? The Saucony Comfortride sockliner is a molded foam inert which is contoured to cradle the wearer's heel, support the arch, and reduce peak pressures in the forefoot. Composed of premium EVA foam, Saucony Comfortride sockliner is also antimicrobial and provides a responsive feel.

How does it work? Saucony's Comfortride sockliner is designed to cater to the foot's needs during running. Its contoured shape wraps around the heel for a slip-resistant fit, while its cushioned EVA foam helps to deliver arch support. The open cell construction also allows for breathability, keeping helping to keep feet cool and dry. 

Notable products: Saucony Guide 6, Saucony Hurricane 15, Saucony Echelon 3

Bottom line: With an open cell design and unique contoured shape, the Saucony Comfortride sockliner helps to keep runners comfortable and dry. 

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