So far this fall, the Saucony Triumph 10 has been an instant hit amongst Sneaker Report testers and avid runners alike.

After having great success with the Triumph 9, the latest version of the lightweight neutral running sneaker offers the same great cushioning and comfort as its predecessor, just with a few subtle tweaks to give it even more performance strength.

According to senior designer Chris Mahoney: “Our goal with the Triumph 10 was to make a top level cushioned shoe for the neutral runner. We wanted to improve fit and the underfoot transition, but as we worked through and solved these problems on the design and engineering side, we had another happy accident…the weight…the shoe got lighter. It was an unexpected but welcomed change.”

Check out Mahoney’s entire breakdown of the Triumph 10 here.

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