As much as running may seem like a restrictive sport from the outside--meticulously logging miles, fretting over personal bests, all in the pursuit of hurting yourself as efficiently as possible--those on the inside know that it's actually all about freedom. When you hit the road everything else seems to melt away, so you need a shoe that keeps you running free. Look no further than the Saucony Women's Freedom ISO 2 Running Shoe. Designed with Saucony's Everun cushioning midsole technology, this shoe is all about maximizing comfort and performance. Everun delivers an 83% energy return upon landing, ensuring that your stride has plenty of pop as you run. And while some cushioning loses its plush quicker than you expect it to, this flexible midsole is built to last. Temperature-resistant to hot and cold weather and three times more durable than regular EVA, Everun will have you running on air long after others might break down. The midsole isn't the only thing that adds to the comfort in this shoe though. It's also equipped with the brand new Isoknit upper. Isoknit combines Saucony's dynamic Isofit technology with a new performance knit, resulting in a breathable upper with a sock-like feel that adjusts to the way your foot moves, giving you the adaptive support and comfort you'll need for long training miles. On the outsole, Tri-Flex technology works with the Everun topsole to distribute the landing force of your stride so your feet won't experience pressure points from repeated impact.
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