Saucony Women's Endorphin Speed 3 (030)

Saucony Women's Endorphin Speed 3 (030)
Saucony Women's Endorphin Speed 3 (030)
Saucony Women's Endorphin Speed 3 (030)
Saucony Women's Endorphin Speed 3 (030)

Saucony Women's Endorphin Speed 3 (030)

Vendor
Saucony
£165.00
Taxes included in the price.

Work hard. Run faster.

There are no shortcuts to getting faster, but the right shoe can help. Meet the Endorphin Speed 3, featuring a newly designed winged plate that better supports and propels you through the rigors of daily training.

Saucony has perfected the plate. A reimagined S-curve winged nylon plate centres and supports your foot better for daily training. Updated geometry gives you a smoother ride and more pop and spring for serious speed.  A fully redesigned upper delivers a comfortable fit from heel to toe.

A fantastic lightweight running shoe perfect for when you want to go fast in training or race day. More stable than it's predecessor  and ready for you to kick it into high gear.  

Specs
Category Neutral
Drop/Stack height 8mm (36/28)
Weight 204g

FAQ’s & Reviews

How long will the shoe last?

On average Saucony claim their cushioning will last approx. 400 miles. The life of the shoe varies from user to user however most reports back claim 400-450 miles until the PWRRUN PB cushioning that is used begins to wear out. 

How does the Endorphin Speed 3 differ from the previous versions?

The Endorphin Speed 2 fits nearly identical in comparison to the Endorphin Speed. The major change is in the material of the upper. 

Is this shoe just for racing? 

Great question! No, yes, maybe? Compared to the Endorphin Pro the Speed is significantly more stable so much better suited for all around use. 

The Endorphin Speed has more stability due to having more material around your foot and support built into the upper of the shoe, kind of described as "more shoe on your foot." If you want a fast and light shoe for everyday use that has similar geometry and feel to a carbon plated shoe this is perfect. 

What distances can I run with the shoe?

Most likely any, however if someone is really concerned about stability try something such as the Hoka Carbon X.