Saucony Peregrine 7 Running Shoe Review


– Breathable upper unit
– Rubber toe tip, Rock plate are few protective components
– Shields foot from harsh objects and surfaces
– Efficient external heel counter
– Noticeable ground feedback


– Cost of the trail running shoe is a slightly expensive
– Extra soft and not much efficient in protecting the forefoot

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The Saucony Peregrine 7 delivers fast performance on distinct off-road terrains and improved protection that is made for diverse trails. It features non-bulky smooth façade and top notch quality durable construction that is available in distinct color schemes. Tightly knit upper mesh material, protective components comprising midsole and durable rubber compound used outsole are few among the features that make it a great choice to pick.



The upper unit is made up of tightly-knitted mesh that wraps the foot securely, avoiding irritation and blisters and making the debris and other objects to stay away from causing damages due to wear and tear. The Flex Film that is fused together with the upper fabrics is made up of a thin film. A moisture-staving collar named RUNDRY is ideally placed inside the foot-chamber to deliver dry and cool condition interior throughout the running session.



The outsole unit is made up of PWRTRAC, a rubber compound that’s aggressive and long-lasting on terrains. It wraps the mid-sole foam and prevents it from abrasion and delivers improved traction. Multidirectional gripping lugs that are strategically placed throughout the underfoot platform enhance the traction.



It is considered as a worthy update to the famous lines of trail running shoes by many of the users of the Saucony Peregrine 7. They are happy about its design, strong features, and its protective elements. Though some had few concerns about the shoe’s effectiveness of certain components, it was still typically appreciated by neutral sprinters for its excellent performance on the irregular terrains.