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Saucony Xodus Iso Trail Running Shoe - Women's

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    Turn stones to cement.

    The Saucony Women's Xodus Iso Trail Running Shoe makes rough terrain feel as smooth as a sidewalk. Its Everun topsole gives the shoe's moderately cushioned midsole a smoother transition from heel to toe over rugged terrain, and the PWRTRAC rubber sole provides almost three times the traction of standard rubbers. The shoe's upper features IsoFit stretch mesh for breathable ventilation and a snug fit. And since sock-seeking rocks and irritating hitchhikers are common on your favorite trails, Saucony equipped the Xodus with an internal gusset to keep debris out of the shoe.

    • Trail runner gives a smooth ride over rough terrain
    • IsoFit stretch mesh upper creates a dynamic fit
    • Internal gusset keeps debris out
    • Everun topsole provides smoother landing in the heel
    • PWRTRAC rubber sole enhances traction on variable terrain
    • Item #SAU008T

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    IsoFit stretch mesh
    Closure
    lace
    Midsole
    Everun
    Sole
    PWRTRAC (rubber)
    Support Type
    neutral
    Cushion
    moderate
    Heel / Forefoot Height
    24 / 20 mm
    Drop
    4 mm
    Claimed Weight
    9.2 oz
    Recommended Use
    trail running

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    Comfortable and Kinvara-like.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 9
    • Height: 5'3"
    • Weight: 110lbs

    I really liked the Saucony Peregrine and Kinvara, but found that they both kind of fell short in terms of structure and durability, which is why I picked up the Xodus ISO as opposed to another edition of the Peregrine. And while I really dig the Xodus ISO, it does have a few shortcomings that I'm not 100% in love with. That being said, I'll note the positives before the negatives.

    Positives:
    1. The 4mm drop. Your selection is sorta limited when it comes to acquiring a 4mm drop shoe, so this was a huge sell for me when it came to the Xodus.
    2. The midsole. I love Saucony's Everun midsole technology. It's springy, attenuates impact, and provides swift energy return without compromising on protection or support.
    3. The outsole. Often times I find that outsoles with a bevy of varied lugs make for a slightly unstable experience, so I wanted to try something that was structured like the Peregrine but with a little more umph.
    4. The heel cup. This is a pretty fun feature - it definitely balances out the sorta sloshy mesh (which I touch on that below), and it offers smooth, comfortable stability when navigating varied terrain.
    5. The plush heel cup. WHOA I love this feature. It's sooooooo comfy and provides a real snug fit without overwhelming your Achilles.

    Negatives:
    1. The sizing is a little small. I ordered a 9 and it still felt a little snug in the toe. I very easily could have gone up to a 9.5 - For size comparison, I ordinarily wear an 8.5 in trail shoes and occasionally a 9 in road shoes (though I do wear an 8 in Altra's Lone Peak).
    2. The upper is a little too sloshy. Saucony had the best intentions with the stretch mes upper, but sometimes I felt like it was a little too prone to mobility when I was navigating varied terrain. It kind of reminds me of my Altra Lone Peaks.
    3. Such short laces! I'd read a review somewhere that mentioned that and I was like "pshhhhhh that's silly" but it's actually a kind of annoying attribute. If you want to do the marathon lace, be prepared to have some pretty short laces.

    Bottom line: I'd buy again if Saucony updated the mesh upper and fit.