WIN A Pair Of Saucony Freedom ISOs Worth R2,900!

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Have you ever felt like you could run forever? Some refer to the feeling as a “runner’s high,” while others say it’s a “second wind” but at Saucony® it’s called the Freedom ISO™ and it delivers a running experience that not only starts amazing − it stays amazing − no matter how long your run!

Launched on February 1, the Freedom ISO is the first-ever performance running shoe with a full-length EVERUN midsole. Combined with Saucony’s dynamic ISOFIT™ fit system, the Freedom ISO delivers the one-two punch of Saucony’s award-winning tag-team technologies. The result is the brand’s most technologically advanced shoe ever created.

 

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“Finding a new way to liberate and expand the running experience−free of boundaries, full of freedom − reflects our relentless commitment to both the runner and innovation,” said Tom Hartge, senior vice president of global footwear for Saucony. “The Freedom ISO sets the course for Saucony to create a whole new running experience that’s unlike anything before. It’s EVERUN unleashed, designed to make you want to run, while fully enjoying the feeling that you could actually run forever.”

 

 

The Freedom ISO’s full-length EVERUN foam midsole maintains cushioning properties three times longer than standard EVAs while returning 83% of the energy absorbed.

Adding to the extraordinary durability and flexibility of the Freedom ISO’s EVERUN midsole material, Saucony is pairing a TRI-FLEX™ crystal rubber outsole that also displays exceptional resistance to wear. Besides being resilient, the crystal rubber compound matches the considerable flexibility of the EVERUN foam, allowing for greater adaptation to different foot proportions and freedom of motion underfoot. In addition to the full-length EVERUN midsole, the Freedom ISO also incorporates EVERUN Topsole construction for even greater energy return and continuous, fluid cushioning with every stride.

Weighing in at 255g for men and 230g for women, the 4mm-offset Freedom ISO’s lightweight, racing-inspired ISOFIT sleeve creates a dynamic fit system while the breathable engineered stretch mesh upper and streamlined heel support frame add to the shoe’s impressive fit and lightweight performance.

“Our engagement with runners informs our execution,” said Hartge. “Our intent is to bring purpose and thought to every design element. The Freedom ISO, with its full-length EVERUN platform, moves the focus from equipment to experience. The true significance of the Freedom ISO is that all the elements come together in perfect harmony.”

TERMS & CONDITIONS: *This offer is valid until 08 March 2017. Winners will be chosen by means of a random-number generator and prizes are limited to two winners only. No correspondence will be entered into. Prizes are not transferable and may not be converted into cash. If email addresses are provided, you may receive promotional information from Media24 and/or competition sponsor Saucony. Winners will be notified by telephone or email, and will forfeit prize if unreachable or if prize is not claimed within 4 weeks of notification.

 

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  • Lorraine-Marie’

    Would love these…anything that will improve my running

  • Millicent

    Wow these are a Dream Come True! Wish I can own a pair.

  • Jacques Liebenberg

    Would love to try the Saucony to see how they handle, just afraid what if they does not pair with me and I have spend all that money

  • Yvonne

    When in High School I only used Saucony Tekkies – a pair for casual ware and a pair for cross country and athletics. So light and comfortable. Then for some time I could not find them in the Stores that I used to buy then from. Sad times it was. Just could not find a comfy tekkie. Then I found them again. Mine needs relpacing – – – holding thumbs.

  • Kim MacCallum

    I used to run in another very popular brand of shoe and would get injuries often as I have unaligned hips from a bad car accident. I changed over to Saucony’s and completed my first ultra marathon without any problems. I am such a convert that I have Saucony trail shoes and road shoes. Love them.