The Saucony Hurricane ISO Returns to CRC

Saucony Super Stability. The Hurricane ISO 4 is Saucony's latest take on a plush and supportive ride. If you like the sound of that, read on about three key features of this shoe.

Sock-like Upper

Many other Saucony models feature a sock-like upper called ISOFIT and the Hurricane joins the party in 2018. This upper has the tongue stitched to the side to prevent slipping and give you a more custom fit. Not every foot is shaped the same, and Saucony recognizes that. Less irritation means more time enjoying your run!

Updated Cushioning

The Hurricane features a new EVERUN midsole and topsole, following the rest of the Saucony line. This cushion is plastic based, which means you'll have a softer, bouncier, and more durable ride. Plastic doesn't break down as quickly as regular foam, so you'll be smiling for longer on the same pair. 

Flexibility and Stability 

The Hurricane also continues its trend of providing support with a harder posting underneath your arch. This prevents your foot from excessive overpronation. Classical stability shoes tend to feel more stiff or rigid and a bit bulky. The Hurricane bucks this trend and gives your foot a more flexible ride while still providing support to your arch.

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Evan Schwartz spends his time running the roads of central Ohio and managing the Short North CRC. When he isn't brainstorming the "next great thing," he is geeking out over all things running shoes.