They have similar names, but what is the difference between these two Saucony trail shoes?
This trail shoe has plenty of cushioning but still feels supportive and breathable which makes this a seriously smooth ride. It also has a lug depth of 5mm, which is perfect for your off-road running. In addition, the rock plate in the sole helps protect your feet from sharp rocks. This is also available in a GTX option.
Has deeper, spaced out, multi-directional lugs that come in at 6.5mm. The Peregrine 11 ST (Soft Terrain) is designed for some seriously wet weather! With a reinforced upper and a protected tongue cover, you’ll be raring to go through the mud, sludge and snow.
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