Saucony Men's Hattori Running Shoes

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Saucony Men's Hattori Running Shoes

Slice down the road as fast and quiet as a ninja in the Men's Saucony Hattori Running Shoes. Saucony's most minimal and lightest shoe ever, it's meant to be a virtual extension of your foot. The ultralight stretch mesh upper is supported by a synthetic exoskeleton and soft suede overlays, and your foot locked in place with Velcro tabs. The high abrasion EVA midsole becomes a sculpted outsole with XT-900 carbon rubber inlays, and flex grooves in front of the metatarsals and toes. In keeping with the barefoot running philosophy it's a neutral stance shoe with 0 mm offset from heel to toe and it weighs a mere 4.4 oz per shoe. Since it is such a minimalist shoe we do recommend using it sparingly until your body has adapted to minimal shoe running. Like running barefoot, without the cuts from glass, it's the Hattori Running Shoes for men from Saucony.

  • Upper: Ultralite stretch mesh
  • Exoskeleton synthetic lockdown
  • Soft suede overlays
  • Velcro lockdown tabs
  • Midsole: High abrasion EVA
  • Footbed: Cushioned
  • Stability: Neutral
  • 0 mm offset
  • Outsole: XT-900™ carbon rubber with sculpted EVA
  • Weight (1/2 pair): 4.4 oz

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5 Star Rating


5 Stars - September 19 2011

Wow! Feels like moving on air.
Saucony Hattori is very light, flexible, and comfortable. I use this primarily in teaching my dance-fitness class (Zumba), and it feels like I'm not wearing any shoes at all due to its super light weight. I would suggest that you wear this shoes first for a few times before using it with your activity, to get used to the feel of barefoot-like.

4 Stars hard2please - November 27 2011

Just what I wanted
I was looking for a very light weight shoe for cross training. The Hattori's arrived and were just what the doctor ordered. I had tried a 11.5 at a running store (they did not have a 12 to try on)and they were too small. I went with the size 12 which is what I buy in Nike but not many other athletic shoes. They fit and feel great. The fit is not too snug, I am a little worried about the fit over time as you cannot lace them tighter.

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