Saucony Triumph ISO 5 Wide Men 11.5 Grey | Black

January 17, 2020 - Comment

With more EVERUNTM than ever before, the Triumph ISO 5 is here to help the miles fly by. Our ISOFIT technology, coupled with breathable mesh, will keep your feet cool and comfortable, on the hottest of runs. An ideal neutral shoe with cloud-like comfort and exceptional bounce for runners who need a high level of

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With more EVERUNTM than ever before, the Triumph ISO 5 is here to help the miles fly by. Our ISOFIT technology, coupled with breathable mesh, will keep your feet cool and comfortable, on the hottest of runs. An ideal neutral shoe with cloud-like comfort and exceptional bounce for runners who need a high level of cushioning. Overview Full-length EVERUNTM construction for consistent, lasting comfort and pressure relief Updated ISOFIT and all new FORMFIT technologies adapt to the shape and motion of the runner’s foot FORMFIT performance contoured footbed cradles your foot with a custom fit. Reflective elements on the heel Helpful for runners who suffer from underpronation, also known as supination. Check out this article about pronation to learn more Specs Shoe Category: Neutral Pronation: None Cushion: Plush Construction Type: Neutral Surface: Road, Track Arch: High, Normal (Mid) Water Resistant: No Waterproof: No Offset: 8mm Heel Stack Height: 28mm Forefoot Stack Height: 20mm Weight: 11.4 oz. | 323 g. Cheat Sheet: check out our technical running terms guide >

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Anonymous says:

Great shoe, but not the most durable I’ve purchased at least five pairs of Triumph shoes, so obviously I like them. But as I’ve gone through the different models, they have had different durability issues. With the ISO 3, the plastic in the heel broke. With all pairs prior to this ISO 5, the heel lining has worn through and the padding disintegrated/shredded – basically a good indication after six months or so that it’s time to replace the shoes. This time, after four months, the top of the shoe above the big toe frayed and…

Anonymous says:

comfy I also have a pair of ISO 4s that I like and thought I would try these. I log around 20 miles/week. My long runs can be from 10 – 15 miles. Also I am a pretty big guy 6’4″ and 260+ lbs. these shoes have held up really well and don’t feel overly sore after my longer runs. I would recommend these shoes.

Anonymous says:

Great shoe, but there is a problem with one of the seams It’s about the only shoe I can comfortably wear and I take it in a 10.5 wide, which is a 1/2 size up from my normal 10m. I’ve ordered 3 pairs and had to return 2 of them because one of the seams on the outside of the right foot is split and the foam inside is showing. It must be a design flaw because it was the same problem in all the pairs I tried. I eventually kept the sneakers as I love them otherwise, but I plan to contact Saucony.

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