Saucony Men's Triumph ISO 4 Running Shoes

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Saucony Men's Triumph ISO 4 Running Shoes is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 50.
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Saucony Men's Triumph ISO 4 Running Shoes
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Updated to keep you running comfortably from the first mile to the last, the Saucony® Triumph ISO 4 sneakers offer everything you need to get the job done. Now equipped with a full-length EVERUN™ midsole, these shoes offer a premium cushioned experience while keeping the fit dialed in the a re-designed ISOFIT upper that stretches and flexes in all the right places. With an engineered mesh upper, these shoes stay light so you feel speedy while putting in your miles.

FEATURES:

  • Re-designed ISOFIT dynamic upper creates custom fit
  • Engineered mesh in the upper keeps the shoes light
  • EVERUN Topsole design improves comfort levels
  • Full-length EVERUN midsole keeps feet comfortable

SPECS:

  • Shoe type: Neutral
  • Midsole drop: 8mm
  • Weight: 10.8 oz
  • Brand: Saucony
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: S20413

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from kinda odd shoe Had run in many other brands for a while and decided to try these out from a reputable name. Are on the pricey side. Fit of upper is a bit odd, with the laces and tongue not nearly being the same as other companies. Very cushiony but also means 'soft', altho feel fast on your feet, but may fatigue long distance. No real energy return from the sole, and feels like 'zero' drop altho may be low like 4mm or something. A true 'neutral' shoe - there's no stability here whatsoever- so if that's an issue for your cadence go ahead and skip. Fit was true to size but tight, and I have narrow feet. Arch support average as well. Will see how these hold up but after 10 miles I'm not impressed and if that doesnt change in the next 100 mi or so I'll likely not return to this model or brand.
Date published: 2018-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very comfortable I switch between 3 different running shoes. They are all very comfortable and keep me feet pain free. Saucony Triumph ISO, Brooks Glycerin and Homs One One Clifton all fit the bill and I watch for good sales on each of these, I am also going to add Brooks Ghost to the mix for my next pair of running shoes. They are all neutral and cushioned. I always have two that I alternate daily.
Date published: 2018-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great supportive neutral running shoe Ive been running about 20 miles a week in Triumph 4s for 3 months. They have been comfortable and supportive and relatively lightweight for a top line cushioned neutral shoe. The uppers are excellent quality and hard wearing, still look like new, the only downside has been the heel outsole has worn fairly fast and the lining in the heel cups has worn holes that on one occasion gave me a blister on a 10k run. (This happens a lot with my shoes) Importantly the support and cushioning is still holding up great at 200 miles. The fit is easily adjustable with the ISO system and seems to stays put pretty well, I wear the mediums and they are a little narrower on the forefoot than most shoes Ive worn. Not Adidas narrow though. For background I'm 200lbs, run 10k in around 50 mins and previously ran in Asics Cumulus (great but expensive and heavier, and they ruined them by making the toe box too narrow on newer models), Mizuno WaveRiders (Comfy and fast but uppers wore through long before the sole was worn out) Brooks Ghost (great, durable, but a little firmer and less cushioned than the Triumphs) and Saucony Rides (little lighter and softer than the Triumph, but not the most durable for a heel striker like me)
Date published: 2019-03-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just OK The first time I wore these (my first Saucony's) I had a hard time getting the laces to the right comfort level. At first, my forefoot felt like it was sliding all over the place (side note; I think I could have gone a 1/2 size down from my Nike size) so I tightened the laces and the result was my toes tingling because they were too tight. I'm gotten that mostly figured out and have worn these shoes on about 4 runs totaling ~24 miles. I can say they are an OK, and a good value at $50. They are only good for longer slower paced days, and would not even consider wearing these as a shoe to race in.
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Feels great, not for bigs The general fit of the shoe is great. I have fallen asleep in these shoes. I am a little over 6' and a little under 250 lb. These were great for a two mile run and every day use, but they just aren't aren't designed for anyone who isn't looking for a minimalist shoe. At the three mile mark yesterday, I had significant lower leg pain, whereas when I did a similar run with a Brooks Beast I had no pain. Not their fault. Wear the right shoe for the job. If there is a bigger runner, walker or jogger out there, I highly recommend the Brooks Beast. I also would recommend this to smaller folks. The fit and cushioning are fantastic. PS - Bought these online due to a big clearance sale, so no chance to see just how squishy they are. I kept them because they were great to wear around during the holidays. I didn't get back to working out until the scale told me that the holidays had been unkind to me, so nothing but short runs until recently.
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Comfortable Shoe-Does not hold up I bought this shoe back in October. It is extremely comfortable, but does not hold up. I have run only 200 miles on the shoes and my knees and feet kill me after every run. If you are the occasional runner this will probably work well for you as they are comfortable. If you run everyday, don't expect these shoes to hold up.
Date published: 2019-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Really Good Show at a Great Price I generally always purchase Saucony shoes because I know that they'll fit and are decent shoes. The last pair of Triumph ISO shoes I purchased (not from Dick's) I really didn't care for because they didn't feel stable. I actually bought this pair by accident because I didn't notice they were the ISO type. But, to my surprise, they've been great and don't have the problem I had with the old pair. But the best thing is buying a pair of running shoes I really like at a truly great price! P.S. With Saucony I've always bought a half size larger than my regular size. This is normal.
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfortable Very Very Comfortable. I love sacony shoes but only had them a couple of weeks and I don't wear them daily so I can't say how good they are on wear and tear. They are super comfortable!
Date published: 2018-11-07
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