Saucony Freedom ISO Review2018-09-18
|Hell drop||4 mm|
|Weight||9 oz. (255 gr.)|
- Smooth efficient ride
- Very Responsive
- Price is high
The Freedom ISO would be the great innovation of Saucony. Always be wary of this kind of message a little rowdy. For general disillusionment is the height of broken promises. Ok, it’s a little cranky old as speech, but the best way to never be disappointed still expect nothing new. Thus, the worse it will be the surprise that will point to the appointment.
At three weeks of the Annecy marathon, so I get this pair of Saucony Freedom ISO, and I must be tempted to set aside pending the resumption. No way to change habits or risk injury so close. It was without counting on the appeal of novelty that always stirs my curiosity.
Finally, Freedom ISO accompanies me throughout the rest of my preparation, and eventually even have my preference to face the 42 km marathon. Back on a beautiful encounter that will not take long to emerge.
The least we can say is that the model received to test is the least colorful. Before putting it on, somewhat minimalist shoe in its design is characterized by its lightness immediately (265g in size 44) and flexibility. With a drop announced 4mm, one imagines easily be dealing with a running shoe rather focused competition, quick workouts.
The fit is excellent; the vamp wife breathable stretch meshes perfectly to the shape of the foot. The relatively full lacing helps to strengthen the feeling of being one with the shoe while guaranteeing freedom of movement.
Between the end of the race preparation and I traveled about 250 km on the Freedom on sessions so from 10 to 42 km. What to get a good idea of the characteristics of the beast.
Accustomed to change model regularly, it only takes me a few minutes to tame the Freedom ISO. 4mm drop not asked of particular concern, but indeed, require a little time to adapt to a smooth transition in more runners accustomed to more conventional models. However, the Freedom ISO is not in my view a shoe that could be called minimalist.
While a light and dynamic shoe, Freedom ISO do not forget all the security is in fact what makes the ultimately reasonably accessible and less demanding than other similar models. For the comfort, support and stability are also the appointments. A feat when you consider the difficulty in finding the right mix of all these features.
Technology of Saucony Freedom ISO :
- For very dynamic outputs on roads
- EVE-RUN Cushioning : Cushioning and energy return
- Stretch Mesh : breathability and freedom of movement
- ISOFIT : precise adjustment and dynamic
- Rubber Crystal TRIFLEX : flexibility and grip
- Frame Support heel : Support
- Slipper RunDry : Breathability, stay dry
- Removable insole Hygiene
- Weight: 260g in size 42
- Colors: Blue and yellow
- spare laces included
The memory foam in the heel joins the Achilles tendon and heel for a better grip, keeping the heel more.
base layer to keep you dry by wicking sweat.
soft inner sleeve combined with a support cage to create a dynamic adjustment system adapted to the shape and movement of the foot.
Concept amortized as close to the foot. This is an expanded TPU polymer base, more durable than EVA and keeping more vitality throughout the race.
Small beads heated so as to expand and become the Everun technology. The technology Ever lasts three times longer than a conventional EVA offers more dynamism.
Four main advantages for runners
Quickness: More bounce and elasticity to instantly felt by athletes.
Cushioning DC: A flexible and fluid cushioning throughout the race with a better distribution of pressure peaks in the forefoot.
Back Energy Generates an energy return of 83% against 75-78% for conventional EVA.
Durability: Thanks to its design, the sole will keep its shape throughout the race and the life of the shoe.
Saucony Freedom ISO – Conclusion :
For all runners looking for both support and stability, the Hurricane running shoe from Saucony is for you! It is intended for athletes are stride is universal but also pro nat rice, control of the pronation present in the shoe. No need for orthopedic insoles to compensate.
“2nd pair of Saucony to my credit I had them for my 1st marathon … rather good impressions throughout the course although a slight pain in the toe of the foot towards the end of the marathon but I had only one exit before .”