Who should buy the Saucony Hurricane ISO 3

  • This is a perfect fit for road runners who want a high performance running shoe that provide stability and prevent overpronated foot motion.
  • A great option for stability runners who are into long distance running and want a reliable shoe that delivers maximum comfort and support.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 logo

Updates to the Saucony Hurricane ISO 3

  • Collar lining comes with a moisture-wicking capability that keeps the foot dry.
  • Mid-sole unit features the EVERUN full-length unit responsible for underfoot cushioning.
  • Added Medial Post to correct over-pronation.
  • Two rubber compounds are used for the outsole unit to provide traction and protection against wear and tear.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 updates

Delivers responsive ride and enhanced platform flexibility

The outsole unit of the Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 features the XT-900. Placed in the heel area, this carbon rubber material shields the mid-sole foam from wear and tear. It doesn’t peel off easily, as well.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 outsole unit

The forefoot area’s IBR+ or Injection Blown Rubber is a lightweight material that serves as a protective layer against the abrasive nature of the asphalt. But its responsive nature also makes it a viable add-on for those who want to have additional cushioning.

Platform flexibility is enhanced with the Tri-Flex design. Horizontal grooves make the platform more pliable and agreeable to the natural motion of the foot.

Hurricane ISO 3 absorbs impact forces evenly

The EVERUN is a foam unit that’s able to carry the foot responsibly throughout the running session. It disperses the impact forces during the landing phase, as well. This material is also present in the midsole of the Hurricane ISO 5, Kinvara 10 and other Saucony shoes for running.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 midsole

An EVERUN Landing Zone makes the heel landings less tasking. It absorbs shock evenly, thus allowing the runner to transition easily towards the toe-off.

Saucony’s PWRGRID+ offers additional cushioning

The PWRGRID+ has a grid-like design. It offers additional cushioning, as well as shock dispersion. It’s resilient, yet responsive.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 midfoot

A Medial Post is added to the mid-foot section. Its job is to prevent irregular pronation tendencies. With this component, the runner is able to enjoy a more natural and injury-free running experience.

The High Elasticity Sock Liner offers additional cushioning to the underfoot. It also maintains breathability because of the pores on its façade.

Hurricane ISO 3 provides well-ventilated running experience

The upper unit of the Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 makes use of Engineered Mesh. This material resembles a woven cloth, though it’s much more durable. Its open construction allows air to flow easily into the foot-chamber, thus effecting a well-ventilated running experience for the wearer.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 well-ventilated

The ISOFIT is a stretchable mesh material that’s placed in the mid-foot section of the upper. It adjusts itself to the shape and movement of the wearer’s foot, thus evoking a sock-like fit that’s agreeable and comfortable.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 gives support and secures the foot

The ISOFIT Saddle wraps around the foot and keeps it stable. It’s connected to the lacing system, so it’s able to tighten or loosen, depending on the preference of the runner.

Saucony Hurricane ISO 3 ISOFit

A Support Frame is added to the rear section. This molded material supports the heel and locks it in place, thus preventing accidental shoe-removals. The RUNDRY Collar Lining makes the interior as dry as possible because it staves off moisture.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 10.9oz / Women 9.7oz
Drop: 8mm
Arch support: Stability
Update: Saucony Hurricane ISO 5
Forefoot height: 22mm
Heel height: 30mm

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Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.