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Replacement for Saucony Mirage

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Jun 2016
8:58am, 3 Jun 2016
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Richie B
I have a couple of pairs of shoes, some Asics Kayano for the longer distances, and Saucony Mirage for shorter distances and fast runs. Saucony have discontinued the Mirage range.
So- what would be good to replace them? I need the low heel drops because they help me run in the right position, and as a result, faster. But I'm an overpronator with achilles problems so am wary of a neutral shoe.
Should I bite the bullet and get Kinvaras, or is there a decent 'low heel drop for overpronators' shoe out there?
.B.
Jun 2016
9:17am, 3 Jun 2016
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.B.
Hi, I don't know the answer to your question, but in the meantime sportsshoes.com still have some mirages at a good price. I've used this website lots and it's good.

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Jun 2016
12:11pm, 3 Jun 2016
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GregP
Oh that's a shame. I really like my Mirages.

If you went to my local running shop they'd probably try and sell you a pair of On Clouds. I'm not convinced about them.

I think there's a Newton that acts like a Mirage?
Jun 2016
3:28pm, 3 Jun 2016
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Dai Bank
2nd vote for sportshoes, if it helps

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