Saucony Triumph ISO 3
Neutral running shoe lovers, listen up: The Saucony Triumph ISO 3 could just be the running shoe that you have been dreaming of. This neutral shoe, designed for runners with normal to high arches, is absolutely perfect for both tempo and long distance runs. The Triumph ISO 3, an update from the much-loved Saucony Triumph ISO 2, boast a plethora of exciting features that are brand-new for Saucony Triumph newbies and upgraded for the Saucony veterans. Trust us- if you think you’ve seen it all in the Triumph ISO 2, think again. Saucony has lots of surprises up their sleeve!
These running shoes are great for any runner looking for a reliable, standard shoe to add to their collection. It is plush but responsive, and its ISOFIT construction is designed to adapt to both the shape and motion of your feet. What is ISOFIT? Without giving too much away, ISOFIT is Saucony’s newest secret weapon that adds a custom upper shoe fit that simply has to be experienced to believe. The ISOFIT upper combined with the rest of the features of the Saucony Triumph ISO 3 makes this a model to be reckoned with.
If you are searching for your go-to running shoe, and are looking for something neutral with plenty of cushion, check out the Saucony Triumph ISO 3 and all that it has to offer below!
- Great neutral running shoe
- EVERUN midsole provides cushioning without sacrificing responsiveness
- Good for tempo runs and comfortable enough for long distances
- Roomy toe box
- ISOFIT design adapts to the shape of your foot
- Complaints about a thin tongue causing lace pressure
- Easily the best running shoe which I have taken for a ride to date. I bought this 2nd pair just before Saucony revised the shoe. I should buy at one more pair before they become discontinued I do highly recommend these to all runners who prefera neutral fit and like a high amount of cushioning.
- I won’t ever change to another shoe apart from if they discontinue the Triumph. These really are easily the best pair of shoes I have searched out, light weight with awesome cushion. The lacing system used makes the shoe feel like as if are wearing socks.
- These rate as the most comfortable shoes I have ever tried out. I’m told they are the best cushioned shoes Saucony puts out, equal to the Brooks Glycerin. I will get a second pair of these.
- They are a good stable snug fit. Perfect for running & workouts and they provide the maximum amount of cushion. They are super comfy and blatantly stylish and so I recommend them.
- Such super great running shoes and they more snugly then anticipated. but a bit longer lace - this would solve any stability problems, not that I had any. Had two runs and break in time was nothing much. Like the shoe style and design and impressive heel support.
- Totally plush, very comfortable, max cushioning and amazingly responsive. I’m average height at 5'8", and I’m on the "heavy" side and I do suggest these cushioned and neutral shoes high distance mileage.
- Straight in as the best for comfortable shoes, these are helping with my plantar fasciitis problem and with my orthotics issues. A great shoe.
- Nice shoe for running and especially on long road surfaces. I do run regular long distances (10-12 miles), these are reliably comfortable and help my feet not to sweat. Got myself a second pair for the future
- Such surprising and incredible support for my feet and the cushioning solves my pronating problems.
- For work and running, nice secure fit, the shoe was a bit stiff at the start but quickly settled, the cushion is probably the best on offer and for stability these work so well for me on my regular distance rides, you won’t go wrong with these if you are a regular runner.
- The toe box tapers in more severely than I can accept compared to the ISO 3 shoe, and for my feet just isn’t for me anymore. I did try upping by half a size but the narrow feeling was there and I lost stability. The previous shoe was spot on but this upgrade has messed around with the fit too much.
- This is a two-star shoe because the toe box boxes in my toes too much and the shoe has become too narrow when I compare it to the prior shoe, in fact, the shoe has changed character too much and fit for me no longer works.
- As soon as I tried the shoe I found to too tight and far too stiff, I tried to break these in, even loosened up the laces, the shoe looks the same as the previous shoe but there have been changes, I can feel it more narrow and the toe box has become too restrictive.
- I found the shoe is not true to size and the same applies to the form, after using this brand for years I’m now forced to look for another choice, this updated shoe has shifted away from what worked before.
- I needed to change the insoles and right away the shoe was too tight, the structure was askew and the balance felt off, the toe box pinches my toes and I can feel that width is not right. Still, like the cushion but the rest of the shoe won't work for me when I change the insoles.
- Everun Landing Zone beneath the heel for greater heel strike energy return
- ISOFIT upper mesh that contours and molds to your foot
- TRI-FLEX zig zag outsole, designed for maximum energy dispersement and flexibility
- Neutral running shoe
Runners who do not pronate and have normal-to-high arches should find that the Saucony Triumph ISO 3 meets all of their basic running needs. From tempo runs to long distances, the Saucony Triumph ISO 3 will stick with you and become a reliable staple to your running routine. Springy and responsive, this running shoe will give you a simply fantastic running experience from mile 1 to mile 26.2!