Monday, March 16, 2020

One on Each Foot! Saucony Endorphin Pro and Speed Test Run Video Comparison & Review

Article by Sam Winebaum

I go for a hilly 7 mile run with the Saucony Endorphin Pro on one foot and the Endorphin Speed on the other. I compare fit, cushion, ride and the effect of the carbon plate in the Pro vs. nylon plate in the Speed, the PEBA foam and cushion stack as well as outsole being identical in both. Pro $200 available April 15, Speed $160 available July.

Watch the From the Run Video Comparison Review (5:00)

Please also read our reviews:

Saucony Endorphin Pro Multi Tester Review
Saucony Endorphin Speed review
Saucony Endorphin Shift (max cushion trainer) initial video review
Read reviewers' full run bios here
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Anonymous said...

Can you give your impression of the fit of the Endorphin Pro? Is the forefoot fit as wide as the Nike NEXT%? Sounds like the Endorphin Speed will be a bit roomier, but the firmer feel of the Pro is appealing!

Brian said...

Hi Sam! Any idea of the sort of mileage one would expect to get out of the Speed? I had the Turbo 1 and I only got roughly 170 miles before the shoe bottomed out pretty hard, especially in the forefoot, leading to harsh runs. I'm hoping the PeBa foam in the Speed can at least get up to 300 miles before it bottoms out.