Here is an overview of the product and some specs, directly from Saucony:
- Featuring EVERUN Topsole and an EVERUN Landing Zone in the heel
- A new TRI-FLEX outsole configuration for better ground contact and a smoother ride
- Improved ISOFIT upper for an even closer and more accommodating fit
- Welded bottom eyelit for added comfort over the foot
- Shoe Category: Neutral
- Pronation: Neutral
- Cushion: Plush
- Construction Type: Neutral
- Surface: Road, Track
- Arch: High, Normal (Mid)
- Water Resistant: No
- Waterproof: No
- Offset: 8mm
- Heel Stack Height: 30mm
- Forefoot Stack Height: 22mm
I keep coming back to the cushioning, and I want to do so again. I have struggled with being a ‘supinator‘ all my running life, and that definitely has some challenges. One of the main challenges is the limited selection of shoes available for supinators. As I would shop for, and try on, new running shoes, it became apparent very quickly that neutral shoes were focused on providing a minimalist ride. Sure, support/cushion was available – however, it was the “marshmallow” feel underfoot in the neutral variety. I even became so frustrated with the lack of available options in the neutral line that I would try on ‘support’ or ‘motion control’ styles to see if something might be better. Nothing was. Until, I tried the Women’s Triumph ISO 2.
The Women’s Triumph ISO 2 is available in three colors. A “Grey/Blue/Slime”, “Coral/Silver” or “Blue/Pink”. Again, wide widths are available, which is a huge benefit for a lot of runners. A men’s version is also available. Priced at $150 (as of this writing), I am confident I can log 300 miles in the Triumph’s, and I will certainly be purchasing at least one additional pair. Probably three.
I love these shoes!