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A Legendary return for the saucony triumph

It had just finished thunderstorming as the residual rain continued to drip off the Woodrow Wilson bridge to the Mt. Vernon trail below. The Woodrow Wilson bridge connects Virginia to Maryland across the Potomac River and makes Jones Point Park below a beautiful area of concrete arches to run through when logging miles in Old Town Alexandria, home to the first Pacers Running location. This iconic and runner friendly spot felt ideal for the legendary return of this classic running shoe.

We pulled out the newly updated Saucony Triumph, now in its 20th iteration and slid them on. We immediately recognized how plush the shoe felt, perfect for daily miles through the city parks and streets.

With the Triumph 20, every detail supports maximum comfort and softness that lasts. This neutral shoe is built for everyday training and long distances. You can expect the Triumph to feel softer and lighter than ever before thanks to the new PWRRUN+ foam.

The Triumph more than lives up to its name – with 20 years to prove it. We're looking forward to logging plenty of miles in it this fall.