The Freedom ISO takes Saucony, and running shoes in general, in a new direction: low stack heights, a very smooth, continuous underfoot feel and ride, yet with plenty of cushion and bouncy response, topped off by a minimally structured but supportive upper, a new sort of "natural ride".
- a low stack of 19mm heel/15mm forefoot made up of a single slab Everun TPU midsole, approximately 10% firmer than adidas Boost, and a slightly softer Everun top sole.
- an outsole made of a single slab of a new translucent material called Crystal Rubber which also provides some underfoot structure.
- an ISOFit upper that is less structured than in other Saucony ISO models and with no heel counter.
It is a premium shoe at $160. Available December 2016.
|Saucony Freedom ISO|
Sam: I don't usually comment on the look of shoes but the Freedom is striking.