Recently I decided to try the Saucony Kinvara 11. It’s been a few years since I’ve run in the shoe. In fact, the last time I consistently ran in, it was the Saucony Kinvara 7. Time flies.
I’ve tried on most versions, and the Saucony Kinvara 11 feels similar to the Kinvara 10. It does keep most of the same features as the Kinvara 10 as well. The ride is still fairly soft, but there have been some updates to the midsole and the upper.
Do you need expensive running socks?
While there are many brands of running socks, recently, I’ve appreciated Feetures. One of the most common questions I get is, do you need expensive running socks. Will good running socks help you run faster? Will you PR because you’re wearing good socks?
September flew by. It was an interesting month, and I spent a good portion of miles running indoors due to fires. Despite more indoors miles than I would like, I have stayed positive because running inside is better than not running or being injured.
Although I’ve never run in the Under Armour Charged Bandit 6, I have run in the brand. Most notably, in 2018, when I ran in the Under Armour Horizon BPF and the Under Armour HOVR Sonic. I needed new shoe, they felt good when I tried them on, and I loved the white and gold trim.
Many people have asked: Does Under Armour make good running shoes? That’s a tough question to answer because they make a lot of shoes. If you run in a UA lifestyle shoe, of course, you’ll get hurt. Their running shoes are good, and like any other brand, it’s important to find the right shoe for you. I will also say, Under Armour has progressed into the running scene, and they’ve gotten noticeably better since around 2017.