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Order Now. Compare @ $125 Sports Clothes and More Price $70 S/H included Saucony 3D Grid Hurricane 6 Technology » Visible 3D Grid System » Arch-Lock Midfoot Wrap » Forefoot HRC » Dual Density EVA Midsole » Stability Guide » E.A.S. System Weight: 13.5 Last: Standard Available Widths: medium Available Sizes: 7-13, 14 Soft grade Hytrel™ filaments wrapped around the midsole form a platform for heel strike cushioning and shock absorption. On the 3D Grid Hurricane (M / W), the lateral strands of the 3D Grid are angled at 30° to optimize heel strike cushioning and reduce the rate of pronation. 90° strands on the medial side provide structural support and limit over-pronation. A construction method in which the midfoot area of the upper wraps over the foot connecting with the midsole to provide superior control and support. A responsive EVA/rubber compound which provides cushioning through the later stages of the gait cycle. Call Chris 770.597.7650 (Please call this number only) emial info@sportsclothesandmore.com or PM me.
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Great value for the New Year Resolution to get fit.
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Chris, Does your store carry Asics running shoes? Specifically the 2080, 2090, and 2100? Looking for size 9.5 medium.
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No, we only carry New Balance in the store....the Saucony is something my personal company carries.
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Chris, I love my Sauconys, and it's time to replace them. Unfortunately it's winter in Germany, so I'm looking for a running shoe that's waterproof/resistant. Any chance you'd have something? Tom
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Chris, I love my Sauconys, and it's time to replace them.  Unfortunately it's winter in Germany, so I'm looking for a running shoe that's waterproof/resistant.  Any chance you'd have something? Tom
Honestly, never heard of one, none I carry anyway. Sorry.
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Nuts, OK, thanks. Adidas and Nike make them from the 'sneaker' manuafacturers, while Montrail and Merrel and probably others make them from 'outdoors' brands. Tend to be heavy and hot, but also dry, which is nice at 6am in a January rain... Tom
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If you're looking for a shoe that's best suited for wet conditions, try asking on the Runner's World forums at www.runnersworld.com. I have a pair of GoreTex trail running shoes from Nike, but they are both heavy and hot relative to my other running shoes. I think that's a necessary consequence of the construction, but then again, I'm no expert on running shoes. dan
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Thanks Dan, I'll check it out. Heavy's no fun, but hot I can deal with when it's this cold, and dry is better than wet. Tom
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