Does anyone else get this same problem?
I've tried nearly every brand of running shoe, and quite a few different models. I have very flat feet so trying to find a well fitting and robust trail shoe is difficult.
The best shoe over the years has been the saucony Xodus Iso 2 for durability, it couldn't be beat as the weak point on my running shoes is always on the outside of the shoe where the wee toe rubs. I always wear through, or the seam bursts.
The problem is the saucony Xodus Iso 2 has been "upgraded" in the 3, and the weak point for my feet at the wee toe is now not as built up in that shoe.
I burst through my Altras. I wore through my last peregrines. I burst the seam on the hokas. I wore through on the Salomon trailster and a pair of old cross.
Now I've gone for the new saucony peregrine 10 ST. I already know they're going to burst through the sides and I'll get ANOTHER refund or exchange.
Does anyone else have this problem or have any ideas for recommendations?