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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 3.25" from arch
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The Triumph ISO 2 features EVERUN Continuous Cushioning and an ISOFIT upper for runners seeking the ultimate in cushioning and fit technology.
Saucony is among the most respected names in running shoes. We offer a wide range of running and walking shoes, each with the Saucony trademark fit, feel and performance. We've spent years studying the biomechanics of top athletes. Our goal? To develop creatively engineered systems that maximize your performance in your specific activity, allowing you to focus on the activity instead of the equipment. From our studies have come many innovative Saucony concepts. Advanced technologies-like Grid, the first sole-based stability and cushioning system--provide an advantage to athletes of all types.
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B010AHRG36
- Item model number: TRIUMPH ISO 2-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2015
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Top customer reviews
Fit: Excellent, with plenty of room in toe box
Cushioning: Excellent front to back
Comfort/performance: Excellent both walking (at any speed) and running
Look: Best I've had from Saucony (for whom aesthetics are not, for me, a strong point)
I like the ISO 2 much better than their Ride model, of which I've gone through close to half a dozen pairs. The ISO's cushioning is superior. So is the fit, but that may simply because successive Ride models became snugger, and I should have gone to a larger size.
The Asics Gel-Nimbus 17 (also purchased recently and also 1/2 size larger than usual) fit well too -- even better in the heel than the ISO 2 -- and they are the most cushioned shoes I've worn. But on the mid sole it feels a little knobby, and the (too?) superb heel cushioning makes very rapid walking (13-14 min./mile) MUCH more tiring, with times about 30 sec./mile slower. But for other walking and for running, the Asics are great too and are highly recommended.
One long-time concern with Saucony Rides, which I otherwise like, is durability. Every pair I've had has -- much too soon, imho -- developed a tear in the fabric above a big toe. Perhaps it's just me. I'm hoping the ISO 2 will last longer, but it's a great shoe regardless.
I have previously owned several pairs of Saucony's, and overall, have found them to be good running shoes (shock absorption, stability), but did not wear well. The uppers and the internal material fell apart much faster than I expected (and I'm a light weight).
I decided to give the Iso 2s a try given on-line reviews, especially for shock absorption.
One run in, they are very soft and cushiony, maybe too much so (a huge break from my trail shoes). I'll keep going and see how they break in. So far, I may not be overwhelmed, but I'm not disappointed.
Note - I found the shoes to run just a hair small, but my normal shoe size did fit and the slight pressure I feel will likely dissipate as the shoes break in and conform to my feet.
When I first started running with these shoes, I had some pretty bad pain on the outside of my right foot. After a few runs my feet adjusted/shoes broke in and were a pleasure to run in. My only real minor complaint is the lacing can be very tricky to get just right. A little too loose and the shoe will feel sloppy and your gait will suffer, a little too tight and you can get some pretty bad pain on the top of your feet. On several runs before I got used to the lacing, I had to stop and adjust after a half mile or so. But after numerous runs I know within the first few steps of warmup walk if it's good to go.
I can easily see getting at least another 125-200 miles out of these shoes, the sole has barely worn and the ever run material appears to have plenty of life left.
I do think these shoes run a little small, as I should have bought the 2E, (which probably caused my outer foot pain).