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  • Everun heel inserts
  • Highly flexible midsoles allow you to adapt to uneven surfaces
  • EBO rock plates provide protection from whatever may cross your path
  • Pwrtrac outsoles supply the traction needed to conquer any terrain


View all Saucony Women's Trail-Running Shoes

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Best Use Trail Running
Trail-Running Shoe Type Rugged-Trail
Running Shoe Cushioning Moderate
Heel-To-Toe Drop (mm) 4
Footwear Height Ankle
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Upper Synthetic
Lining Synthetic
Outsole Pwrtrac rubber
Rock Plate Yes
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 1 lb. 1 oz.
Gender Women's

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worn out within the first few weeks :( I really truly loved these shoes initially. They are comfortable with great grip. I did put them to use right away with a trip to Zion and then Sedona followed by Joshua Tree hiking. I probably put a total of 25 to 30 miles on them which isn't really much. I noticed after Joshua Tree the tread at the front of the shoe was peeling back from the sole at the toes and the heel of my shoe. So I'm not sure if my pair were just defective but I've had other trail runners for years that didn't peel back this way and I've barely had these for month. The size is a true fit and they are extremely comfortable but I'm really disappointed that they have already broken down basically.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for my terrible feet This is my first pair of Saucony. I bought them for work and added some Merrell All Charge for the trails but maybe after reading the other reviews, I should wear these on the trails. They are extremely comfortable with a decent toebox to accomodate my splayed toes and neuroma. I usually wear Altras which I still love and will buy but these are now part of my permanent rotation. Thanks Saucony. Paid full price for all of my shoes at REI with no regrets. No more painful feet!!
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You'll want to wears these all the time! I Bought these shoes for trail running and I love them. The trails in Phoenix are rocky and these shoes come with a rock guard to protect your feet. I've had them for 3 weeks and I have done quite a few trails in them. They offer good support and traction. They are light weight and I have received a lot of compliments on how "pretty" they are. I am now a fan of Saucony shoes!
Date published: 2016-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like other reviewers, love these shoes! Moving to Tennessee from Colorado, I needed summer weight trail shoes and found the perfect ones in these. In addition to good support and traction, they have a wide toe box, essential for my bunions! I'm so happy to have them!
Date published: 2016-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So comfortable and great traction After wearing these shoes around the house for a few hours, I quickly realized they would not require a break-in period. The first time I wore them outdoors was on a 4-mile trail run and I had no issues at all. I barely felt these shoes on my feet. They are true to size. I wore them again on a 6-mile trail hike, on damp and rocky terrain, and they performed wonderfully. Traction and comfort is outstanding! I highly recommend these shoes!
Date published: 2016-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for Hiking with Hammer Toes Because of my hammer toes, I was looking for a hiking shoe with an ample toe box and soft mesh top. Also, since I’m trying to cure myself of heel-striking (which causes me injuries), I needed a shoe with a lower profile that would allow me to land further forward on my feet. The Peregrine 6 appeared to meet my needs. So far I have worn these shoes on hilly walks through the (paved) neighborhood, and on day hikes on the AT. The good: My feet feel great in these shoes. The toe box is wide and soft, and does not irritate my hammer toes in the least. This is a HUGE factor for me! They also work great on the AT, providing comfort and stability in the steep terrain. The bad: the laces that come with these shoes are too short. In order to make loops in the top eyelets (and secure my heels) I had to pull the laces too tight, which caused my feet to go numb. Once I replaced the laces with a longer pair (54” instead of the original 47”), I solved that problem. However, these shoes are still difficult to lace. There is no loop on the tongue to keep it in place. In addition, the tongue is a shade too short, so the top laces tend to go UNDER the tongue instead of over it. This turns what should be a simple process (tying my shoes) into a hassle. I’m mystified as to why Saucony would have skimped on such minor details. Providing longer laces, a guidance loop on the tongue, and a slightly longer tongue (even a quarter inch!) would make a world of difference. I hope they will change this in the future and make what is already a great shoe perfect. Caveat: I have not worn these shoes with a backpack or on an extended hike, so I can’t attest to their durability. I assume that the soft top won’t last as long as a stiffer upper, but due to my hammer toes, that’s something I have to live with. Also, my husband has weak ankles and these shoes did not keep him from turning his ankles on uneven terrain, although they worked great for me.
Date published: 2016-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great trail shoes I have worn these on all my trail runs for the past month and I love them. Great traction and super comfortable.
Date published: 2016-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hiking with Run Sprints I bought these because I was tired of sore toes and sore heels after a 7 mile hike in which I also do running sprints. After speaking with an REI running shoe specialist I bought these; They are amazing! There are also very slippery river rocks on the trails in which I sprint down hill & I don't slip anymore. My hamstrings thank these shoes as well lol.
Date published: 2017-02-03
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Do you know if these shoes have been worn on the Pacific Crest Trail and if so, how did they perform (carrying a 35 lb pack, hiking up to 30 miles a day for several months)?

Asked by: SalmonRun
My daughter walked 1000 miles on the A.T. and wore these. She needed 2 pairs but she would do it again. Highly recommend Dirty Girl Gators in the desert. Many hikers had them on A.T. and had rave reviews.
Answered by: Mamafinn
Date published: 2017-05-29

I ordered my regular running shoe size online which is a 6 1/2. My toe is almost at the end in my regular socks. I'm wanting these for hiking 500 miles with thicker socks. Would you suggest I size up a whole size to a 7 1/2 or just to a 7?

Asked by: michelle
I'm a very true 7.5, but I did need to size up one whole size with these shoes when I bought them a year ago (they def weren't true to size for me either.) I wear running socks with them. However, after putting about 200 miles trail running + hiking in them, they have stretched out quite a bit and now I find them too big. I'm going to get a new pair but this time will split the difference by only sizing up half a size.
Answered by: sarah beth
Date published: 2017-05-21

I noticed that Saucony makes the women's Peregrine 7 shoe in sizes up to 12, but REI only carries sizes up to 11. Is it possible to order a size 12 through REI?

Asked by: Terriks
Unfortunately, we are unable to order a size 12 through
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-01

I am over-pronated and have used Saucony running shoes that help keep my ankle from turning inward (in addition to a a good orthotic for the arch). Do these shoes have that kind of ankle support?

Asked by: eslev
​These shoe have decent ankle support.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-26

What is a rock plate and do sneakers contain any metal?

Asked by: Rileymd
The EBO Rock Plate on the Peregrine 6 Trail-Running Shoes is basically a piece of plastic inside the shoes that protects your feet from rocks. The shoes do not have any metal parts inside of them.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-10

How waterproof are these trail runners? Thinking about taking them on a tough run and want to find something quick-drying that doesn't retain much water.

Asked by: ashoaks
The Peregrine 6 Trail-Running Shoes are not waterproof.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-10

Are these good shoes for people who have wide feet or suffer from plantar fasciitis? I am looking for a good trail running shoe that will last for a while and that I can get the most use out of, as I am gearing up to hike the AT

Asked by: DenMother21
These shoes do have a wide toe box so they are a good choice for people with wide feet. However, we recommend you contact your doctor for a recommendation for which shoes you should be wearing for plantar fasciitis.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-10
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