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Triumph ISO 3

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The benchmark is officially set in the Triumph ISO3. This ride provides enhanced energy underfoot with an increased EVERUN landing zone, while the ISOFIT System delivers a dynamic fit that adapts to your stride. Set standards and elevate your run in the Triumph ISO3. Runners's World is a registered trademark of Rodale, Inc. All rights reserved.

OVERVIEW

  • Successor to the Triumph ISO 2
  • Updated Everun Landing Zone centered under the heel for maximum energy return at heel strike
  • EVERUN Topsole construction for enhanced energy return and continuous cushioning throughout the run
  • Newly added engineered mesh upper for a dynamic, lightweight fit
  • Updated ISOFIT design creates a dynamic fit system by adapting to the shape and motion of the runner’s foot
  • TRI-FLEX outsole design provides greater ground contact and optimal flexibility
  • Awarded: Runner's World U.S. Best Update, December 2016

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: 30mm
  • Forefoot Stack Height: 22mm
  • Weight: 10.5 oz. | 298 g.

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Technology

8MM

Saucony 8mm Technology

Cushioning is distributed more evenly between the heel and forefoot in shoes with an 8mm offset. The result? Your body stays in a more balanced and comfortable position with every foot strike.

ISOFIT

Saucony ISOFIT Technology

Revolutionary fit system that morphs to the foot for a custom feel.

TRI-FLEX

Saucony TriFlex Technology

Increases force dispersion over a greater surface area while also delivering optimal flexibility and traction.

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5 5
Cushioning is great for a big guy I am not your typical long distance runner putting in 25-35 miles per week at 6'3" and 225lbs, but I have one vice and that is running. I started on the Triumph years ago by recommendation from my shoe guy. Since the Everun and ISO series the shoe has lasted about 250-300 miles. I love the cushioning but it does add to the "break-in" phase of the shoes, so I have a couple pair on rotation. Other shoes have wreaked havoc on my Achilles but the softer heel support has saved my running. Even after surgery the heels have been great. Other shoes have a very stiff heel support and these are just what I needed. PLEASE don't make any major changes as these are great! I would recommend these to a bigger person with a high arch looking for a neutral running shoe. Great job Saucony!

Cushioning is great for a big guy

Oct 05, 2017
I am not your typical long distance runner putting in 25-35 miles per week at 6'3" and 225lbs, but I have one vice and that is running. I started on the Triumph years ago by recommendation from my shoe guy. Since the Everun and ISO series the shoe has lasted about 250-300 miles. I love the cushioning but it does add to the "break-in" phase of the shoes, so I have a couple pair on rotation. Other shoes have wreaked havoc on my Achilles but the softer heel support has saved my running. Even after surgery the heels have been great. Other shoes have a very stiff heel support and these are just what I needed. PLEASE don't make any major changes as these are great! I would recommend these to a bigger person with a high arch looking for a neutral running shoe. Great job Saucony!
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2 5
Great shoe except the sole pattern The shoes sole pattern causes pressure points right behind my big toes. I love saucony and the kinvara, but I wanted something more durable for longer training runs. I love the heal and upper of the shoe, but after 2-3 miles I can start telling exactly where the zig zag pattern of the sole is. I spent a lot of money on these shoes, so I'm going to suck it up, but I won't be getting again.

Great shoe except the sole pattern

Jul 28, 2017
The shoes sole pattern causes pressure points right behind my big toes. I love saucony and the kinvara, but I wanted something more durable for longer training runs. I love the heal and upper of the shoe, but after 2-3 miles I can start telling exactly where the zig zag pattern of the sole is. I spent a lot of money on these shoes, so I'm going to suck it up, but I won't be getting again.
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Hey we're bummed to hear about this. We sent an email to the email address you provided. For lightening quick service, give our team a ring at (800) 282-6575 and let's see what we can do.

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5 5
great running shoe I have two pair . So far no problems I been buying this brand for three years.

great running shoe

Jul 14, 2017
I have two pair . So far no problems I been buying this brand for three years.
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3 5
One Step back Huge fan of iso 1 and 2.Biggest mistake was the design with 2 elastic strips that the laces mount on instead of 3 that iso 1 and 2 have...the 3 strips held the forefoot and gave a compact feel of the shoe.now with the 2 strips if u look down u will realize that the surface of your forefoot + shoe material+laces exceed the surface of the sole. Thats because there is no elastic material to limit the foot left2right insole movement.by the way between iso 1 and 2 i choose iso 1...i'm sending u some photos to show the sole damage of iso 1 and 2

One Step back

Jul 09, 2017
Huge fan of iso 1 and 2.Biggest mistake was the design with 2 elastic strips that the laces mount on instead of 3 that iso 1 and 2 have...the 3 strips held the forefoot and gave a compact feel of the shoe.now with the 2 strips if u look down u will realize that the surface of your forefoot + shoe material+laces exceed the surface of the sole. Thats because there is no elastic material to limit the foot left2right insole movement.by the way between iso 1 and 2 i choose iso 1...i'm sending u some photos to show the sole damage of iso 1 and 2
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5 5
My "go to" shoe I run a lot of different shoes. New Balance Fresh Foam 1080's (ouch), Hoka Clayton 2's and Clifton 3's (not bad), a hold over pair of Triumph 2's (still love 'em) and then two pairs of these Triumph 3's. At the end of the day however I find myself reaching for the Triumph 3's the most. I've got around 120 miles on the pair I bought this past winter and they have held up wonderfully. They just feel right. Not too tight, not too big, not too squishy, not too heavy, just right. I've clocked in 5 milers and 20 milers on these and I love them for both. I'm 6,3, 230 lbs and after giving the rest of the neutral plush market a spin, these Triumph 3's are my favorites hands down. Nice job Saucony! My legs thank you every time I lace these puppies up.

My "go to" shoe

May 26, 2017
I run a lot of different shoes. New Balance Fresh Foam 1080's (ouch), Hoka Clayton 2's and Clifton 3's (not bad), a hold over pair of Triumph 2's (still love 'em) and then two pairs of these Triumph 3's. At the end of the day however I find myself reaching for the Triumph 3's the most. I've got around 120 miles on the pair I bought this past winter and they have held up wonderfully. They just feel right. Not too tight, not too big, not too squishy, not too heavy, just right. I've clocked in 5 milers and 20 milers on these and I love them for both. I'm 6,3, 230 lbs and after giving the rest of the neutral plush market a spin, these Triumph 3's are my favorites hands down. Nice job Saucony! My legs thank you every time I lace these puppies up.
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