Saucony Triumph ISO2
- EVERUN technology
- ISO Fit
- Deep cushion midsole
- Tri Flex outsole traction
- 8mm heel/toe off-set
Same ISO Fit. Same foot shape. Same drop (8mm heel to toe). Just one major modification:
There's this stuff called EVERUN. It doesn't get warm when you strike it. Even if you strike it a lot. It won't get harder when cold, or softer in hot conditions, so behaves at a constant. Constant cushioning.
This is the difference in the all new Saucony Triumph ISO2. 2mm deeper than previous, with 30mm of heel to 22mm of forefoot. So no shortage of shoe under foot.
For all this midsole, it's ever so slightly firmer feeling and offers a more responsive (potentially faster) run than the ISO mark 1. There's also a flatter toe box, with less sculpting under and around the big toe, which used to irritate a minority of high mileage runners like myself.
For heel strikers it should provide a deep cushioned, stable ride with fewer issues when out for long runs in extreme temperatures.
Just comfy efficient running. CH
The Triumph ISO 2 is going to rock your running world. It features EVERUN, the latest in cushioning construction and material innovation. EVERUN takes a dramatically more lively and responsive foam cushioning material and brings it closer to your foot than ever before, which means more bang for your running buck. It’s what we call Topsole construction, and it’s changing the game in a big way – we’ve already won Runner’s World Editor’s Choice for the Triumph ISO 2! We think you’d agree, you should get your feet on this stuff.