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Our first shoe to offer a full midsole of EVERUN Continuous Cushioning. For even more energy return, more responsiveness, more cushioning and a more amazing run from your first step to your last. Learn More

OVERVIEW

  • The first ever full-length EVERUN midsole
  • EVERUN Topsole construction for enhanced energy return and continuous cushioning throughout the run
  • Engineered stretch mesh upper for a dynamic, lightweight fit
  • ISOFIT creates a dynamic fit system by adapting to the shape and motion of the runner’s foot
  • Streamlined Support Frame for the ideal heel fit and hold
  • Highly durable TRI-FLEX crystal rubber outsole

SPECS

  • Pronation: None
  • Cushion: Plush
  • Construction Type: Neutral
  • Surface: Road, Track
  • Arch: High, Normal (Mid)
  • Water Resistant: No
  • Water Proof: No
  • Offset: 4mm
  • Heel: 19mm/Forefoot: 15mm
  • Weight: 8.1 oz. | 230 g.

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Technology

4MM

Saucony 4mm Technology

Shoes with a 4mm heel-to-toe offset deliver a more natural ride, letting your feet and body do more work while relying less on the shoes’ cushioning and stability features.

CRYSTAL RUBBER

Saucony Crystal Rubber Technology

Serves a dual purpose of providing great traction and durability with increased flexibility to give you a fluid feel. Also, it’s very easy on the eyes.

EVERUN

Saucony EVERUN Technology

A breakthrough in cushioning. Livelier and more responsive, with smoother landings and stronger takeoff.

ISOFIT

Saucony ISOFIT Technology

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

Freedom ISO Infograph

Cushioning

The underfoot feel and amount of impact protection provided by the compressing materials between the foot and running surface.

Support

The level of pronation control built into the shoe. Pronation is the inward rolling of the ankle through the gait cycle.

Offset

The difference in height between the heel thickness and forefoot thickness of the shoe.

Ratings & Reviews (38.0)
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(20)
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(9)
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(5)
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79% of reviewers recommend this product

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5 5
Like Running on Marshmallows! I have always run in Triumph for about 20years - switched around a few times during then but always came back to the faithful Triumphs as nothing else left me happy and injury free. Whilst trying to find a new pair of T's yesterday, I stumbled across the Freedom's (i'm blinkered to other shoes - i go with what I know after 20yrs of reliability) - tried them on and bounced around the shop like a kid in a candy store. Wow. I didn't think the T's could be bettered; but the Freedoms are incredible. Went for my first run this morning and my running Mojo is back. What's not to like? Great colours, 4mm offset, great shoe fit/lacing and comfort. Way to go Saucony!

Like Running on Marshmallows!

Oct 11, 2017
I have always run in Triumph for about 20years - switched around a few times during then but always came back to the faithful Triumphs as nothing else left me happy and injury free. Whilst trying to find a new pair of T's yesterday, I stumbled across the Freedom's (i'm blinkered to other shoes - i go with what I know after 20yrs of reliability) - tried them on and bounced around the shop like a kid in a candy store. Wow. I didn't think the T's could be bettered; but the Freedoms are incredible. Went for my first run this morning and my running Mojo is back. What's not to like? Great colours, 4mm offset, great shoe fit/lacing and comfort. Way to go Saucony!
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3 5
Really wanted to love this shoe I ran in a pair of Sauconys that I loved years ago, and had moved to a different brand for the past few years. When I was looking for a new shoe to add into my training mix this season, these were a recommendation made by my local running shop. I wanted to love them, & I really did at first. The way the inner lining of the shoe fits like a sock is so comfortable, and I do love the sleek style & weight of the shoe. It was a bit of a jump in offset than what I’ve grown accustomed to running in, so I trained into it slowly & carefully- just 5 minutes, then 10, then a 5k, etc. As other reviewers have said, just a tiny bit of water really gets into the toe- the fabric is like a sponge...it takes up any & all water & dirt, & it stays damp. Stitching started to wear away & unravel on the tongue & around the overlay that lines the lace loops within 50 miles of use. I was still determined to love them, anyway. They felt comfortable, & I felt light and fast in them. A seasoned long distance runner, an unfamiliar, intolerable pain set into my feet nearly immediately once I began running distances as conservative as 5k. I’ve never had plantar fasciitis before, and suddenly I had a bad case of it. I didn’t believe it was from these shoes & figured it was a new thing my body was experiencing with age & mileage, invested in a nice tool for my feet, and kept on going. During the first long’er run I donned these, I fractured my 3rd metatarsal. I onbvioisly can’t put full blame for this on the shoe, however, the combination of this shoe on my foot just didn’t work for my body’s mechanics. After reading many reviews, it stands in a category with other shoes I’ve successfully run in with no issues, so I was surprised to have these problems. The ride is softer in the sole on these, which definitely creates less stability in the landing under the metatarsals. For anyone switching from a more rigid sole and/or making a jump in offset, definitely take your time adjusting into these & build up your foot strength. Since being allowed to resume running, I’ve switched back to another shoe & am no longer experiencing pain. And again to echo others, those the fabric is so comfortable, the way it holds up is quite disappointing. Still eager to try another model of Saucony, but these are unfortunately not for me.

Really wanted to love this shoe

Oct 07, 2017
I ran in a pair of Sauconys that I loved years ago, and had moved to a different brand for the past few years. When I was looking for a new shoe to add into my training mix this season, these were a recommendation made by my local running shop. I wanted to love them, & I really did at first. The way the inner lining of the shoe fits like a sock is so comfortable, and I do love the sleek style & weight of the shoe. It was a bit of a jump in offset than what I’ve grown accustomed to running in, so I trained into it slowly & carefully- just 5 minutes, then 10, then a 5k, etc. As other reviewers have said, just a tiny bit of water really gets into the toe- the fabric is like a sponge...it takes up any & all water & dirt, & it stays damp. Stitching started to wear away & unravel on the tongue & around the overlay that lines the lace loops within 50 miles of use. I was still determined to love them, anyway. They felt comfortable, & I felt light and fast in them. A seasoned long distance runner, an unfamiliar, intolerable pain set into my feet nearly immediately once I began running distances as conservative as 5k. I’ve never had plantar fasciitis before, and suddenly I had a bad case of it. I didn’t believe it was from these shoes & figured it was a new thing my body was experiencing with age & mileage, invested in a nice tool for my feet, and kept on going. During the first long’er run I donned these, I fractured my 3rd metatarsal. I onbvioisly can’t put full blame for this on the shoe, however, the combination of this shoe on my foot just didn’t work for my body’s mechanics. After reading many reviews, it stands in a category with other shoes I’ve successfully run in with no issues, so I was surprised to have these problems. The ride is softer in the sole on these, which definitely creates less stability in the landing under the metatarsals. For anyone switching from a more rigid sole and/or making a jump in offset, definitely take your time adjusting into these & build up your foot strength. Since being allowed to resume running, I’ve switched back to another shoe & am no longer experiencing pain. And again to echo others, those the fabric is so comfortable, the way it holds up is quite disappointing. Still eager to try another model of Saucony, but these are unfortunately not for me.
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2 5
Holes in upper mesh I got these in February, loved them on my very first run. Went 10 miles and they were AMAZING! The problem is I wore holes in the upper mesh above my big toes after less than 4 months of minimal/moderate wear. The last 2 months I haven't ran in them and try to keep my toe down just to get some use out of them. Soles and rest of the shoe looks brand new. I have shoes that have lasted 2 years or more and have never had my toe literally go through the top of the shoe. For this price, less than 6 months was a huge disappointment. My sister bought the same shoes based on my early recommendation and hers lasted even less time.

Holes in upper mesh

Sep 29, 2017
I got these in February, loved them on my very first run. Went 10 miles and they were AMAZING! The problem is I wore holes in the upper mesh above my big toes after less than 4 months of minimal/moderate wear. The last 2 months I haven't ran in them and try to keep my toe down just to get some use out of them. Soles and rest of the shoe looks brand new. I have shoes that have lasted 2 years or more and have never had my toe literally go through the top of the shoe. For this price, less than 6 months was a huge disappointment. My sister bought the same shoes based on my early recommendation and hers lasted even less time.
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3 5
Great fit and feeling, quality a bit disappointing I moved to the Freedom from the Zealot and love the comfort, weight, and fit. The quality however has been a bit disappointing. As another reviewer pointed out, any water, no matter how little will find its way into the toe of the shoe. Also, at around 200 miles the mesh on the toebox started to wear (big toe starting to poke thorough) and, with ~400 miles on the shoes the heel collar has weakened. Would I recommend Saucony - definitely, just not the Freedom.

Great fit and feeling, quality a bit disappointing

Sep 23, 2017
I moved to the Freedom from the Zealot and love the comfort, weight, and fit. The quality however has been a bit disappointing. As another reviewer pointed out, any water, no matter how little will find its way into the toe of the shoe. Also, at around 200 miles the mesh on the toebox started to wear (big toe starting to poke thorough) and, with ~400 miles on the shoes the heel collar has weakened. Would I recommend Saucony - definitely, just not the Freedom.
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1 5
Holes after 6 weeks I wanted to love these shoes! I tried them on in a local shop, and loved them right away. They feel great, and I was told that they are more durable than most shoes, and are meant to last much longer. However, after putting less than 300 miles on them, there are holes starting to form in the upper mesh. There is a hole above my right big toe, and one on the outer side of my left shoe. With such a big price tag, I am disappointed to say the least! I have been a long distance runner for several years, and I have never torn through a pair of shoes before. I was fitted at my local shop for these, so I do not think the fit is the problem. I do not run on particularly rugged terrain either- almost exclusively roads, so I don't think my use case is the problem either. While I commend the breathable upper, it HAS to be more durable than this! This is my first pair of Saucony's and so far I think I will be switching back to a different brand. That said, I loved everything else about these and just wish they made the upper part as durable as the rest of the shoe. I would not recommend these.

Holes after 6 weeks

Sep 18, 2017
I wanted to love these shoes! I tried them on in a local shop, and loved them right away. They feel great, and I was told that they are more durable than most shoes, and are meant to last much longer. However, after putting less than 300 miles on them, there are holes starting to form in the upper mesh. There is a hole above my right big toe, and one on the outer side of my left shoe. With such a big price tag, I am disappointed to say the least! I have been a long distance runner for several years, and I have never torn through a pair of shoes before. I was fitted at my local shop for these, so I do not think the fit is the problem. I do not run on particularly rugged terrain either- almost exclusively roads, so I don't think my use case is the problem either. While I commend the breathable upper, it HAS to be more durable than this! This is my first pair of Saucony's and so far I think I will be switching back to a different brand. That said, I loved everything else about these and just wish they made the upper part as durable as the rest of the shoe. I would not recommend these.
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