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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 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: 9.2 oz. | 261 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.

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.

TRI-FLEX

Saucony TriFlex Technology

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

Triumph ISO 3 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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5 5
Just wore out one pair and bought another I got the marl color in January and just wore them out after 350 or so miles of road running. I went to the local running store to look for a new pair and new insoles when my IT band started giving me trouble. I hadn't even realized my shoes were worn out since they still look great all over, but I guess the pounding on asphalt and concrete kind of did them in. I tried on multiple pairs from multiple brands and bought these- this time in the navy/blue combo. Wore them for the first time today and was reminded again of why I like this shoe. Even though I ran 6 miles today and my IT band is still messed up my knee is giving me less trouble than any other day this week when I have let it rest. I have run in several other brands (Adidas and Asics) and I am pretty sure I am just going to stick to Saucony from here on out. I love these shoes! The fit is awesome. They fit well in the toe and a lot of others are too roomy there for me. The shoes have a good amount of support but remain lightweight. I have worn these (the old pair) for runs up to 18 miles and my new ones will get worn next week for a Ragnar relay. Try these out!

Just wore out one pair and bought another

May 25, 2017
I got the marl color in January and just wore them out after 350 or so miles of road running. I went to the local running store to look for a new pair and new insoles when my IT band started giving me trouble. I hadn't even realized my shoes were worn out since they still look great all over, but I guess the pounding on asphalt and concrete kind of did them in. I tried on multiple pairs from multiple brands and bought these- this time in the navy/blue combo. Wore them for the first time today and was reminded again of why I like this shoe. Even though I ran 6 miles today and my IT band is still messed up my knee is giving me less trouble than any other day this week when I have let it rest. I have run in several other brands (Adidas and Asics) and I am pretty sure I am just going to stick to Saucony from here on out. I love these shoes! The fit is awesome. They fit well in the toe and a lot of others are too roomy there for me. The shoes have a good amount of support but remain lightweight. I have worn these (the old pair) for runs up to 18 miles and my new ones will get worn next week for a Ragnar relay. Try these out!
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5 5
Extremely Pleased I don't usually buy shoes online because I have a wide foot and it's difficult to get a good fit. I took a chance because of the free return policy which I am happy to report I did not have to use. The shoes arrived on time, well packaged. The fit is perfect, true to size and very comfortable. They're well built and attractive. This is the first shoe I've been able to wear without pain since breaking a toe years ago.

Extremely Pleased

Apr 28, 2017
I don't usually buy shoes online because I have a wide foot and it's difficult to get a good fit. I took a chance because of the free return policy which I am happy to report I did not have to use. The shoes arrived on time, well packaged. The fit is perfect, true to size and very comfortable. They're well built and attractive. This is the first shoe I've been able to wear without pain since breaking a toe years ago.
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5 5
Wonderfull Excellent shose

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Jan 30, 2017
Excellent shose
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3 5
Love this sneaker except tongue too thin for my foot I was pleased to have found my seemingly perfect sneaker. Walked around the neighborhood to feel them out. The top bones of my feet started to throb/ache after an hour or two. The tongue of the sneaker is too thin for me; the lacing pressure directly transfers to foot. Tying laces differently doesn't help. Sadly, I had to return as that issue causes too much pain.

Love this sneaker except tongue too thin for my foot

Oct 30, 2016
I was pleased to have found my seemingly perfect sneaker. Walked around the neighborhood to feel them out. The top bones of my feet started to throb/ache after an hour or two. The tongue of the sneaker is too thin for me; the lacing pressure directly transfers to foot. Tying laces differently doesn't help. Sadly, I had to return as that issue causes too much pain.
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5 5
Amazing update to an amazing shoe :) I've been a loyal Triumph wearer since the 1st ISO version, and I'm very happy with the latest update! I said "fits 1/2 size small," since I did go up from an 8 in the last two versions to an 8.5 in the iso 3's, but I was always kinda on the brink, so others may very well wear their same size from previous versions: just goes to show, as always, try them on, because every foot is different. The ride is much softer and plusher than the previous version, I find, without losing it's "bounce:" you don't feel like you're sinking into the cushioning, and it's a smoooooth, easy ride. I could see some runners missing the firmer ride of the iso 2, but personally I like it either way! I'm a VERY sensitive runner (I've had so many shoe fails!!!), so I did find they changed it enough that I had to "get used to it"; they caused some discomfort under the ball of my foot where I felt like I was running on a marble, but that only lasted for .5 miles on the first two runs I wore them before it went away, and the last several runs that hasn't bothered me at all. I didn't think it worth knocking a star, especially since it could just be my own physiology (I supinate like it's my job and have uber high arches, which is why the Triumph is the only shoe so far that's worked for me)! I just mention it to say give them a chance if you need to break them in a bit, because they'll be well worth it! Ran 11 miles in them today without a hitch! Also, I find they're a very versatile shoe: I did a 5 mile tempo run in them, and they kept up wth the faster pace, but they're also super cushy and supportive enough to make my long, slower runs a breeze! I'm training for a half marathon in them and feel confident they'll do me well. All in all: Saucony does it once again :)

Amazing update to an amazing shoe :)

Oct 15, 2016
I've been a loyal Triumph wearer since the 1st ISO version, and I'm very happy with the latest update! I said "fits 1/2 size small," since I did go up from an 8 in the last two versions to an 8.5 in the iso 3's, but I was always kinda on the brink, so others may very well wear their same size from previous versions: just goes to show, as always, try them on, because every foot is different. The ride is much softer and plusher than the previous version, I find, without losing it's "bounce:" you don't feel like you're sinking into the cushioning, and it's a smoooooth, easy ride. I could see some runners missing the firmer ride of the iso 2, but personally I like it either way! I'm a VERY sensitive runner (I've had so many shoe fails!!!), so I did find they changed it enough that I had to "get used to it"; they caused some discomfort under the ball of my foot where I felt like I was running on a marble, but that only lasted for .5 miles on the first two runs I wore them before it went away, and the last several runs that hasn't bothered me at all. I didn't think it worth knocking a star, especially since it could just be my own physiology (I supinate like it's my job and have uber high arches, which is why the Triumph is the only shoe so far that's worked for me)! I just mention it to say give them a chance if you need to break them in a bit, because they'll be well worth it! Ran 11 miles in them today without a hitch! Also, I find they're a very versatile shoe: I did a 5 mile tempo run in them, and they kept up wth the faster pace, but they're also super cushy and supportive enough to make my long, slower runs a breeze! I'm training for a half marathon in them and feel confident they'll do me well. All in all: Saucony does it once again :)
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