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- Engineered mesh
- Rubber sole
- Technical running shoe with engineered stretch mesh upper and support frame heel counter
- ISOFIT soft inner sleeve morphs to foot for sock-like feel
- Everun insole provides responsive cushioning
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Cushioning is distributed more evenly between the heel and forefoot in shoes with an 8mm offset. The result? Your body stays in a more balanced and comfortable position with every foot strike.
A breakthrough in cushioning. Livelier and more responsive, with smoother landings and stronger takeoff.
Revolutionary fit system that morphs to the foot for a custom feel.
Increases force dispersion over a greater surface area while also delivering optimal flexibility and traction.
Triumph ISO 3 Infograph
The underfoot feel and amount of impact protection provided by the compressing materials between the foot and running surface.
The level of pronation control built into the shoe. Pronation is the inward rolling of the ankle through the gait cycle.
The difference in height between the heel thickness and forefoot thickness of the shoe.
The benchmark is officially set in the Triumph ISO3. This ride provides enhanced energy underfoot with an increased Everun landing zone, while the ISOFIT system delivers a dynamic fit that adapts to your stride. Set standards and elevate your run in the Triumph ISO 3.
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: B01HSM5S22
- Item model number: S20347-1-DOTD
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 1, 2016
- 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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The problem I had with the Iso 2, is that even they are the most comfortable running shoes I ever had.... but after 3 pairs all of them they were torn in the toe are (exact same place) every time after just 3 months.... by 6 or 7 months they were completely destroyed in that area.
For the Iso 3, they fixed that defect and reinforced that area, so the shoes are perfect for me.
Size I would say you need to go .5 higher than the iso 2.
... then I came home and saw the price.
I will pay a fair amount of money for a good pair of shoes, but unfortunately my cutoff is $120-130, and the ISO4's exceeded that considerably, so I kept looking. This is when I found the ISO3's. They are better priced, and since they kept the naming / numbering convention, they were likely the last years model.
I will say after trying each on, and running in both, the ISO 4's are definitely a better shoe. They've got a ton more cushion, but this said, the 3's are no slouch in that department, either. In fact, the Saucony's ISO3's have much more cushion than the Brooks Ghost's that I've been running in for the last three seasons (different pairs of shoes, but still more cushion), so that's definitely saying something. I was a die hard Brook's fan, so they've made a believe out of me!
The first time I tried these, I was questioning the quality vs the iso4's. After a couple good runs, I'm starting to think it might have just been a breakin issue. I've now run 25 miles in this pair, and the pain points are now decreased to the point where I feel like they're going to definitely be the next shoe brand for me. If you're wondering whether you should buy them or not, I'd say absolutely. It'll definitely be nice to be able to find another brand to switch on and off on because it keeps things interesting.
As a final note, my normal shoe size (non-running) is 10.5 (US). The 11D(M) I tried at the track were snug. They were cushiony, but I knew I needed a slightly bigger shoe. I ended up buying an 11.5D(M), and the sides are still snug. As a point of reference, the last two pairs of Brooks I wore were 11's and those were nearly too roomy. These definitely run small - if you're going to do distance running, I suggest an entire size bigger than your normal shoe size.
**Update: I have purchased a second pair, as well as a pair of Brooks Glycerins to try. The Brooks are nowhere near as comfortable. These Sauconys have changed my life, and ended my foot pain.
First, the shoes fit tightly, especially if you want to swap out the insoles. Second, I had to use a lock lacing technique to keep my heel from moving around up and down in the shoe. It took several tries to lace them to solve that problem without making them too tight on the top of the shoe. Honestly, I didn't like them much at first. But I managed finally to make them work. And I do use them and they are good shoes, once I got the lacing right.
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Note: tried to buy a size bigger but the price increased by $16 in 3 days - even for the same size!