Who should buy the Saucony Zealot ISO

The Saucony Zealot ISO is a solid shoe for you if:

  • You want an appealing multi-purpose shoe for neutral pronation
  • You want a moderately lightweight racing shoe

Saucony Zealot ISO top view logo

Saucony's XT-900 technology

The XT-900 technology was extended all throughout the outsole to deliver durable traction on the road. The forefoot area also uses the IBR+ technology, a flexible and lightweight material that offers added cushioning and responsive ride. 

Saucony Zealot ISO outsole green

Saucony’s PWRGRID+ technology

The shoe uses Saucony’s PWRGRID+ technology that offers added cushioning for underfoot protection. This is also engineered to deliver impressive shock absorption and efficient energy return for a more resilient running experience. With the SRC Impact Zone, a smoother heel-to-toe transition is not impossible.

Saucony Zealot ISO powergrid midsoles

Upper follows foot movement and shape

The upper of the Saucony Zealot ISO features the stretchable ISOFIT mesh that delivers impressive fit by following the foot’s movement and shape.

Saucony Zealot ISO Isofit upper

This perfectly matches with the shoe’s open-toe box design that delivers a seamless construction, enhancing sock-like feel and comfort.

Saucony Zealot ISO top view upper

 RUNDRY collar lining in the Saucony Zealot ISO

The brand’s RUNDRY collar lining secures the heel while maintaining its moisture-wicking attributes.

 Saucony Zealot ISO collar lining

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 241g / Women 204g
Drop: 4mm
Arch support: Neutral
Update: Saucony Zealot ISO 3
Forefoot height: 21mm
Heel height: 25mm

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