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Saucony Peregrine 7 Trail Running Shoe - Men's

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Soar with the raptors.

If it ain't broke—there's usually very little need to actually fix it, however that's not to say that the Saucony Men's Peregrine 7 Trail Running Shoe isn't without a few updates. Catering to a wide range of terrain, the Peregrine 7 maintains its reign as the King of Versatility thanks to its inextricably linked and adaptive constructions.

To preserve such a prestigious ranking, the Peregrine is equipped with mesh upper that promotes on-the-go breathability, while the TPU exoskeleton provides structural support and safeguards your foot from trail-side obstacles. A RunDry collar wicks away moisture and dries quickly to prevent hot spots or chafing. And speaking of the heel collar, the Peregrine 7 is equipped with a slightly more beefy foam collar to provide a more snug, comfortable fit—without putting pressure on your Achilles tendon. New to this year is the full-length TPU Everun midsole, which replaces last year's dual-density midsole. In turn, this new midsole technology not only offers enhanced energy return, but also ensures added longevity and better cushion underfoot. However, much like the Peregrine 6, the Peregrine 7 features multi-directional lugs and a durable, yet stick PWRTRAC outsole for premium traction underfoot, while the EBO rock plate safeguards your foot from harsh objects.

  • Tackle varied terrain with this trail running shoe
  • Mesh upper is reinforced by TPU overlays for support
  • Heel collar provides a snug, secure fit
  • RunDry lining wicks away moisture and dries quickly
  • Everun midsole attenuates shock and enhances energy return
  • Rugged outsole promotes traction underfoot
  • Shoe no longer features gaiter tab at bottom lace

Tech Specs

Upper Material:
mesh, TPU
Lining:
RunDry
Closure:
lace
Footbed:
Everun
Midsole:
Everun
Sole:
PWTRAC, EBO rock plate
Support Type:
neutral
Cushion:
moderate
Heel / Forefoot Height:
21.5/17.5mm
Drop:
4mm
Claimed Weight:
9.4oz
Recommended Use:
trail running

Size chart

Saucony

Men's Footwear
USUKEUJAPAN (CM)
4.5 3.5 37 22.5
5 4 37.5 23
5.5 4.5 38 23.5
6 5 38.5 24
6.5 5.5 39 24.5
7 6 40 25
7.5 6.5 40.5 25.5
8 7 41 26
8.5 7.5 42 26.5
9 8 42.5 27
9.5 8.5 43 27.5
10 9 44 28
10.5 9.5 44.5 28.5
11 10 45 29
11.5 10.5 46 29.5
12 11 46.5 30
12.5 11.5 47 30.5
13 12 48 31

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Almost a perfect shoe?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Size 8

After putting just shy of 50 miles on these shoes (rough New England mountain running) I love almost everything about them. Almost.

My arches are on the lower side of the spectrum, my feet are pretty low volume, and pretty narrow. So I was a little worried that the additional volume in the forefoot compared to what I was used to (La Sportiva Helios V1, La Sportiva Akasha, La Sportiva, La Sportiva...) would be a problem. It hasn't been. I've actually really enjoyed the extra room.

The greatest thing about these shoes is the tread. I have never been one to go for a super nobby outsole and these are far more aggressive than anything I've ever used. But I have a race coming up with lots of technical climbing and descent as well as a fair amount of ski trails so I thought I'd give it a shot. These. Things. Are. Awesome. Ski trails - it'll stick. Buffed trail - it'll stick. Textured schist/granite - it'll stick. The only time I'll be a bit cautious is on wet rock, but that's true of most shoes, especially those with nobby outsoles. Other than that, I feel super comfortable flying down trails and charging up as hard as I can.

My feet also sweat a good deal and while there are a lot of welded overlays on the sides (makes for decent protection when I'm wedging my foot for purchase) the forefoot breaths super well. I'll regularly feel the breeze straight through the shoe.

The sole is also thick enough that I don't feel like I'm really beating my feet up as I run down the trail. That is also likely helped by the rock plate. And the fact that the shoe is pretty light also means that I feel nice and agile as I'm hopping up, over, onto, around, etc everything. I was able to cruise down trail with the Akashas too but the extra weight and the bulkiness made them feel a lot less nimble.

The one thing that drives me nuts (sometimes). The top of the midsole inside the shoe. It gives great support but it's also kind of slick. Every time my feet get dunked in a stream and I end up on some steep downhill (25% grade or steeper) then my insole will start to slide around. Eventually, it'll fold over on itself which is super annoying. And once it happens, it won't stop happening for the rest of the run. I've tried three insoles now and the third one has yet to get wet enough to see if the problem is resolved. I've read the same thing in other reviews. I may just super glue them down and be done with it.

Overall, totally recommend them. Just be aware of that one issue.

Almost a perfect shoe?

Yes! Stoked you found this shoe. Awesome review and photo, Matt. Thanks for posting.

Update: now have about 125 miles in the shoes. Ended up supergluing the insole and it's worked fine. Main downside is that I can't pull the insole out to help them dry. I've worn down some of the outter nubs a lot, but I think I could easily get another 150-250 miles out of these. Which isn't bad considering how much bare rock I run on.