EXPERIENCE THE NEW SAUCONY RIDE ISO
Mark Your Calendars: Coming May 3rd, 2018!
The new Ride ISO by Saucony is not for everyone. It is, however, for every runner.
The Saucony Ride is famous for being the perfect balance of cushioning and responsiveness, and now, with Saucony’s ISOFIT system, it’s also the perfect fit.
Successor to the Ride 10, the Saucony Ride ISO is comprised of a lot of really cool, industry-leading technology under the hood. Let’s spend some time here today, breaking down what all the fancy tech-terms mean from the top-down, and how it will give you a better running experience.
- ISOFIT Lacing System
- EVERUN Topsole
- PWRFOAM Midsole
- TRI-FLEX Outsole
- Engineered mesh upper
- Woven heel structure
Mmm… EVERUN sandwich
1. ISOFIT LACING SYSTEM
ISOFIT starts by using an ultra-soft inner fit-sleeve crafted out of stretchable air mesh, which morphs to the foot for a sock-like feel (Read: Soft, stretchy stuff that feels good). Next, a floating support cage cradles the foot, adapting to a variety of foot sizes, shapes, and movements. See ISOFIT in action below…
Adaptable “fingers” give you the luxury of a shoe customized for your foot
2. FULL-LENGTH EVERUN TOPSOLE
EVERUN topsole construction provides enhanced energy return – 83% to be exact – and continuous cushioning throughout the run. Watch the video below to see EVERUN in action…
3. TRI-FLEX OUTSOLE
The TRI-FLEX outsole allows for better ground contact, optimal pressure distribution, and impoved propulsion at toe-off.
WAIT THERE’S MORE!
In addition to all the bells and whistles above, the Saucony Ride ISO’s chassis is a PWRFOAM midsole. Up top, the body is composed of an engineered mesh upper for a dynamic, lightweight fit. Finally, a woven heel piece provides structure and support for a lockdown fit.
SHOP SAUCONY RIDE ISO
FIRST LOOK: SAUCONY RIDE ISO