Saucony launched a redesign of the Hurricane 24, featuring a dual-cushioning system with energy-returning PwrRun PB foam with a supportive PwrRun foam frame that “cradles the foot with each step, ensuring all-day comfort.”

Saucony’s signature CenterPath Technology offers a broader platform, higher sidewalls, asymmetric profile, and rocker shape that guide the runner’s stride from impact to toe-off. The Hurricane 24 also features a breathable engineered mesh upper and an adaptive lacing system.

“The 24th edition of the Hurricane is back in the lineup after a two-year hiatus as our most cushioned trainer yet,” said Brian Moore, chief product officer at Saucony. “Designed for maximum comfort and protection, the Hurricane 24 is suitable for various activities, whether a long run, a short recovery shake out or just everyday comfort. This shoe’s dual-cushioning approach features the innovative energy-returning PwrRun PB foam developed for our Endorphin series but now tuned to provide everyday cushioning, combined with a supportive cradle of our PwrRun foam for maximum protection. Centerpath Technology utilizes higher sidewalls, a broader platform and a rocker shape to align the foot and ease it from heel to toe; you’ll feel like your feet are getting a cozy, protective hug with every step.”

The redesigned Hurricane 24 is available in men’s sizes 7-16 and women’s sizes 5-12.

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