The new ProGrid Razor trail runner style aims to keep things warm and dry on the trail. Lexington, Mass.-based Saucony, a division of Topeka, Kan.-based Collective Brands Inc., has incorporated its proprietary ProGrid cushioning into the shoe (at left) and added an integrated gaiter to keep out rocks, moisture and dirt. The three-quarter mid-cut style zippers up to enclose the foot, and the absence of overlays on the upper prevents chafing. A Vibram outsole and eVent waterproofing keep the shoe stable and dry. Set to retail for $135, the shoe will deliver Aug. 1 to running shops and outdoor accounts.
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