KINVARA 10 a decade of revolutionary running

There is a seaport village in Ireland called KINVARA. That is the origin of this wildly popular shoe that is celebrating 10 versions.

The Kinvara 10 was developed with the goal of creating a lightweight running shoe that can really handle serious training and heavy duty miles. Our first time reviewing the KINVARA was the 3rd version. See the link below and search KINVARA on our home page and find all our reviews of this magnificent neutral shoe.

Kinvara 10 is another innovative Saucony shoe that features an EVERUN topsole and flexible EVA+ midsole for a smooth & energetic ride. The engineered mesh upper is supportive and breathable. This shoe comfortably locks down your foot as you pick up the pace. The lock down fit helps keep the heel positioned for precise control.

I started testing the Saucony KINVARA when 4 came out. I have enjoyed every version. I can easily say that KINVARA 10 is my favorite. It reminds me a little of the discontinued CORTANA. The smooth flex tread is more durable than some of the older versions and the EVERUN is the best cushioning on the market.

The KINVARA 10 is a great value. I have put 100s of miles on different versions and used these for training and long distance triathlon. For $110 US this shoe is worth the price and will last just as long as other shoes that cost more. Check out the red sole on this beautiful shoe. order directly at saucony.com



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About The Author

Gelder Lewis has been snowboarding for more than 30 years. He heard Mark Allen speak at a motivational meeting and wanted to do a triathlon. He decided to get in shape for the winter months so he started doing triathlon. Now he is totally addicted and loves to swim, bike, run year round. Gelder enjoys testing, writing, talking and presenting information about all things gear and how it can enhance the endurance sport experience. Gelder still snowboards until the Greatest Snow on Earth melts each season.