If you are looking for a pair of great stability running shoes without sacrificing any cushioning then the Saucony Guide ISO 2 sneakers have you covered. These shoes are perfect running shoes for overpronation but they did not sacrifice stability for comfort as some other brands do. The underfoot cushioning of these shoes make them exceptionally comfortable while also giving you a responsive ride allowing you to run faster and longer which customers love. These sneakers are perfect for those looking for something to wear while running on roads or tracks so if you are looking for something to wear while running off the beaten path you may want to consider a different option. Overall, however, the Saucony Guide ISO 2 running shoes are a great pair of sneakers with an affordable price tag that customers appreciate.
There are, unfortunately, a couple things about these sneakers that take away from the comfort level that customers were not happy about. These shoes do need to be broken in, as when you first put them on they can be a little stiff, but that loosens up after wearing them a couple of times. They also seem to have a slightly odd fit to them. They are narrow in the front but a little too wide in the back which can cause some discomfort. Finally, a few customers mentioned that they experienced rubbing from the shoes on their feet which caused them some blisters.
-ISOFIT upper gives you a snug and comfortable fit
-Mesh upper allows great ventilation to your feet while running
-FORMFIT sock liner that contours to the bottoms of your feet
-Reflective accents on the heel for low light conditions
-Great stability features to help runners with pronation problems