Sau­cony Viziglo Ride 6

Triathlon Magazine Canada - - Warm Up Shoes -

$155

Inthe low light of th­ese win­ter months, be­ing seen is para­mount. With 360 de­grees of ref lective ma­te­rial, the Ride 6 Viziglo cer­tainly stands out. From the bright yel­low sole, to glow-in- the- dark ac­cents on the up­per, the Viziglo can be seen from foot plant to toe off. This neu­tral shoe is per­fect for those in need of min­i­mal sup­port, yet the pro­pri­etary Pow­erGrid tech­nol­ogy (from heel- to- toe) pro­vides the per­fect amount of cush­ion­ing. En­hanced f lex­i­bil­ity and re­spon­sive­ness is achieved by deeply carved f lex grooves in the fore­foot al­low­ing for pow­er­ful propul­sion. Al­though a sturdy trainer, the Ride 6 is su­per light at un­der 10 ounces. Over many kilo­me­tres, this ef­fi­ciency can mean a lot less work.

Per­haps one of the most im­por­tant fea­tures for triath­letes who of­ten train sock-less (ex­cept in win­ter) is the new, fully molded Com­fortLite sock­liner. With or with­out socks, wear­ers will feel added arch and heel sup­port. Sau­cony’s roomy toe box al­lows for nat­u­ral toe splay while its carbon rub­ber out­sole of­fers su­pe­rior trac­tion and dura­bil­ity.– SZ

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