Be victorious in the face of long runs and high-output tempo sessions alike with the Saucony Men's Triumph Iso 5 Running Shoe. Saucony knows that when you're spending a lot of time in your shoes, you need them to fit as perfectly as possible. So, the Triumph ISO 5 comes with an updated Isofit design that creates a dynamic fit system that adapts to the shape and motion of each of your feet. This design works with an engineered, breathable mesh upper to keep your feet comfortable, cool, and locked in so you can tackle those long or tempo runs in bliss. The Triumph 5 comes equipped with Saucony's Everun foam midsole running the full-length of the shoe. Everun is not only three times more resilient than standard-issue EVA, but it also won't stiffen up in cold temperatures. Not to mention, Everun maintains energy return, allowing you to make the most of your run. An Everun topsole provides continuous cushion underfoot, and the landing zone (in the heel) provides efficient energy return upon heel strike. Meanwhile, the Tri-Flex outsole consists of a myriad of rubber consistencies, offering durability in the areas of high-wear-and-tear and flexibility in others.
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