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Triumph ISO 2

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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.
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OVERVIEW

  • 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

SPECS

  • 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
    • Weight: 10.2 oz. | 289 g.

  • Cheat Sheet: technical running term help! Visit our glossary >
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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.

BREATHABLE

Saucony Breathable Technology

Breathing is good, whether you’re a human or a piece of running gear. The materials in this product are designed to move moisture away from the skin, to keep you running dry and comfortable.

IBR+

Saucony iBR+ Technology

iBR+ is a supremely lightweight but durable outsole rubber that enhances your shoe’s other cushioning elements.

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.

Triumph ISO 2

TRIUMPH ISO 2 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.

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4 5
The best running shoe for me so far Since I got the shoes, I ran more than 800km in these. The outsole is as good as they say it is, in my opinion, could last almost forever. The cushioning is not swampy, and just the right amount. Although they seem bulky, they don't loose to much from the racing lightness. The only flaw I noted regards the upper. While 90% of the shoe is still intact, and would last another 300km easily, the upper mesh is not keeping up. It started tearing apart a lot sooner than expected. I hope the mesh on the new ISO 3 is better, because that would be a big improvement. Great shoe overall!

The best running shoe for me so far

Mar 14, 2017
Since I got the shoes, I ran more than 800km in these. The outsole is as good as they say it is, in my opinion, could last almost forever. The cushioning is not swampy, and just the right amount. Although they seem bulky, they don't loose to much from the racing lightness. The only flaw I noted regards the upper. While 90% of the shoe is still intact, and would last another 300km easily, the upper mesh is not keeping up. It started tearing apart a lot sooner than expected. I hope the mesh on the new ISO 3 is better, because that would be a big improvement. Great shoe overall!
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5 5
Wear every day for best comfort These shoes are the most comfortable I have worn. Not only do they give me great support but the plush cushioning give me a long stride with no pain or discomfort as long as they are on my feet. The blue/silver color have a classic look. My podiatrist has suggested that I wear these as opposed to custom diabetic shoes for their support and comfort. This product goes beyond being just a running shoe.

Wear every day for best comfort

Mar 02, 2017
These shoes are the most comfortable I have worn. Not only do they give me great support but the plush cushioning give me a long stride with no pain or discomfort as long as they are on my feet. The blue/silver color have a classic look. My podiatrist has suggested that I wear these as opposed to custom diabetic shoes for their support and comfort. This product goes beyond being just a running shoe.
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Style + comfort = happy feet!

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4 5
Fantastic cushioned shoe with a little bounce I got these to replace my old Ride 8s. I required a shoe that would do a good job up to Marathon distance and swithered over these, the new ISO 3, or the all new Freedom (would get in a heartbeat for a half marathon distance). I'll admit, on the first easy run, i felt the shoe was perhaps a little flat feeling and certainly didn't find that it gave any energy return at all. They are also firmer in feel than the Ride 8 that i was coming from. Then I cranked up the pace and little and oh boy, what a response. The harder and faster you run, they more they give back and the more cushioned they feel. I run naturally relaxed at around 7.15m miles and at that pace they bound along, providing adequate cushioning, good response and the transition is a delight. They'll never be a high speed racer, but as a long distance natural shoe, I couldn't be more happy. I did try the ISO 3, but to be honest, never noticed too much difference apart from a bit more room/flexibility around the forefoot which isn't an issue for me anyway. As for the fit, I feel that there's perhaps a slight too much material around the bottom of the "tongue" and this bunches up a little, but it only looks that way, in feel there's not an issue. One last point of interest is that other runners have said that they feel the shoe measures a half size smaller than usual. At first, I also felt this, but once snugged up and in running mode, I feel that the foot sits perfectly in the shoe and are indeed true to size and comparable to the Ride 8, if slightly on the smaller side, but definitely not a full half size different. Great shoes so far. Not too fussed on the style, they are certainly no fashion item, but they're not meant to be. Very impressed.

Fantastic cushioned shoe with a little bounce

Feb 20, 2017
I got these to replace my old Ride 8s. I required a shoe that would do a good job up to Marathon distance and swithered over these, the new ISO 3, or the all new Freedom (would get in a heartbeat for a half marathon distance). I'll admit, on the first easy run, i felt the shoe was perhaps a little flat feeling and certainly didn't find that it gave any energy return at all. They are also firmer in feel than the Ride 8 that i was coming from. Then I cranked up the pace and little and oh boy, what a response. The harder and faster you run, they more they give back and the more cushioned they feel. I run naturally relaxed at around 7.15m miles and at that pace they bound along, providing adequate cushioning, good response and the transition is a delight. They'll never be a high speed racer, but as a long distance natural shoe, I couldn't be more happy. I did try the ISO 3, but to be honest, never noticed too much difference apart from a bit more room/flexibility around the forefoot which isn't an issue for me anyway. As for the fit, I feel that there's perhaps a slight too much material around the bottom of the "tongue" and this bunches up a little, but it only looks that way, in feel there's not an issue. One last point of interest is that other runners have said that they feel the shoe measures a half size smaller than usual. At first, I also felt this, but once snugged up and in running mode, I feel that the foot sits perfectly in the shoe and are indeed true to size and comparable to the Ride 8, if slightly on the smaller side, but definitely not a full half size different. Great shoes so far. Not too fussed on the style, they are certainly no fashion item, but they're not meant to be. Very impressed.
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5 5
Love the update I was happy with my previous Triumphs and then really liked when they switched to the ISOs. I was hesitant when they changed up again to the ISO 2. I see mixed reviews on the ISO 2 and it just goes to show how everyone has different feet. The ISO 2 is the very first shoe that fits my feet perfectly. I don't know how else to put it. It's like each part of my foot is perfectly balanced and supported in this shoe. I've never had an issue with wear and tear. I typically 'flatten' a shoe in about 2 or 3 months and then move on to a new pair. My flattened Sauconys usually still look new and they end up being my non-running shoes. I suggest trying the ISO 2 and see if they fit you. For my normal and long runs I go for the most comfortable. As a master I also look for something that keeps me injury free. Before going to the ISO 2 I decided to switch brands. After 1 week of running on another shoe I returned them and tried the ISO2. I hope whatever replaces the 2 is as good or better, but for the first time I am going to stock up on the ISO 2.

Love the update

Sep 03, 2016
I was happy with my previous Triumphs and then really liked when they switched to the ISOs. I was hesitant when they changed up again to the ISO 2. I see mixed reviews on the ISO 2 and it just goes to show how everyone has different feet. The ISO 2 is the very first shoe that fits my feet perfectly. I don't know how else to put it. It's like each part of my foot is perfectly balanced and supported in this shoe. I've never had an issue with wear and tear. I typically 'flatten' a shoe in about 2 or 3 months and then move on to a new pair. My flattened Sauconys usually still look new and they end up being my non-running shoes. I suggest trying the ISO 2 and see if they fit you. For my normal and long runs I go for the most comfortable. As a master I also look for something that keeps me injury free. Before going to the ISO 2 I decided to switch brands. After 1 week of running on another shoe I returned them and tried the ISO2. I hope whatever replaces the 2 is as good or better, but for the first time I am going to stock up on the ISO 2.
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5 5
Less plush than 1 but that's a good thing I tried 1 and didn't love it - too pillowy for me. This version is better fitted and the Everrun material is fantastic - very similar to the Adidas Boost material - light, sort of firm, but plenty of cushioning without that fluffy feel. Really fell in love with the support, width, and comfort. I can see doing a marathon in them in addition to daily training.

Less plush than 1 but that's a good thing

Aug 29, 2016
I tried 1 and didn't love it - too pillowy for me. This version is better fitted and the Everrun material is fantastic - very similar to the Adidas Boost material - light, sort of firm, but plenty of cushioning without that fluffy feel. Really fell in love with the support, width, and comfort. I can see doing a marathon in them in addition to daily training.
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