About Saucony Hattori Minimalist Running Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Get back to basics in Saucony's most minimal and lightest shoe yet: Saucony's Hattori minimalist running shoes. Designed for neutral runners, these trainers promote natural foot movement through an nonrestrictive, mitten-like toe box, flex grooves and strategically placed XT-900 outsole panels.
Specs about Saucony Hattori Minimalist Running Shoes (For Men)
- Upper: Nylon mesh with synthetic suede overlays
- Lining: Nylon mesh
- Midsole: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA)
- Outsole: Rubber
- Heel to toe drop: 0mm
- Weight (pair): 8.4 oz.
- Made in China
- Runs small, order 1/2 size larger
- Visit our Running Shoe Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by yota64 from Illinois on Thursday, May 29, 2014I have ran out of my hattori's. They are comparable to the vibram's, but without the toes. I have put more than 500miles on mine with no complaints. Just beware they are minimalist shoes, and you need to be used to minimal padding under your feet.
Reviewed by Andy from Tennessee on Friday, September 13, 2013Very comfortable
Reviewed by miaminate from miami on Saturday, July 13, 2013I have had my pair of the lace-less hattoris for just over a year now. This shoe is amazing for pavement running as well as other flat surfaces.
an added bonus is that they are great for heavy/power lifting in a gym setting.
I enthusiastically recommend and will replace them with another pair once these shoes begin to wear out.
great introductory shoe for the minimal market
Reviewed by John from Michigan on Wednesday, May 29, 2013My second pair of Saucony Hattori.
Reviewed by In Denver from Colorado on Thursday, April 4, 2013I'm a recreational runner, so there's no great running wisdom here. I write few reviews... however, there's a very practical point that all interested in this shoe should be aware of. You may have heard... "if the shoe fits, wear it". In this case, unfortunately, the (Hattori) shoe dos not fit, if you base the fit on the size shoe you typically wear. In the case of the Hattori, the shoe feels (to me) to be a FULL SIZE smaller. That is, I needed to increase the Hattori size by a FULL SIZE higher than I've ever purchased (in my case, I typically wear a 10.5 - 11.0, depending on the shoe's sizing, but need a size 12 Hattori!)..Available sizes and colors are sporadically available, and some Hattori color schemes may be considered a bit extreme by some (including me), further limiting purchase options. I started with a size 10.5 (wanting a "sung" fit) and it was strangling my feet. So, moved to a size 11, still quite tight. I stumbled on a size 12 (which seems to be a more scarce size) in one of my acceptable color schemes... and finally, the fit was right. The shoe is very comfortable, fits nearly like a sock, construction and materials appear high quality (time will tell), For my 2-3 mile runs, they're as much or more than I expected... Too bad there is such a discrepancy in this shoe's size relative to others. Particularly, since finding them locally (and trying them on) may not be an option... leading to unproductive "purchase churn". Caveat emptor...