Claiming to be the fiercest shoe in running right now, the Saucony Xodus has had a radical refresh.
New from the ground up, the Xodus ISO 3 takes Saucony’s award-winning cushioning system to the max by making the midsole entirely from EVERUNTM. Add in ISOFIT for comfort, PWRTRAC for grip, and this is a trail shoe designed to maximise comfort and speed.
- The successor to the Xodus ISO 2
- Full-length EVERUNTM midsole for continuous cushioning throughout the run
- Trail-specific ISOFIT dynamic upper
- External support frame for added protection and a lockdown heel fit
- Engineered mesh
- Dual compound PWRTRAC + XT-900 outsole design for rugged durability and traction across a multitude of surfaces
- Shoe Category: Trail
- Pronation: Neutral
- Cushion: Moderate
- Construction Type: Trail
- Surface: Trail
- Arch: Normal (Mid)
- Water Resistant: No
- Waterproof: No
- Offset: 4mm
- Heel Stack Height: 26.5
- Forefoot Stack Height: 22.5
- Weight: 12.9 oz. | 366 g.
I’ll admit that I was sceptical. I tried Saucony a few years ago and didn’t really get on with the pair I had, but the opportunity to try these shoes came at the perfect time and to my relief, were perfectly true to size. I’m training for a 100-mile trail event and need a pair of shoes that I can trust. I believe I have found them. I feel a renewed sense of freedom on the trails, the security and stability that they offer is second to none and mile after mile, I have found the cushioning and comfort to be unparalleled. The traction remains consistent regardless of terrain and the weather conditions, which has helped in recent weeks with the ever-changing conditions. The way that the tongue is designed has offered an added bonus as there’s no slipping and no rouge stones finding their way into the shoes. I’m 100% converted. I have already bought a second pair to ensure that I am as prepared as possible for my race!
The shoes cost £140 and more information can be found here.