Saucony Zealot ISO 2, the RunningNetwork's Fall 2016 Best Performance Award Winner (tie), from the Archives, by Cregg Weinmann, Running Product Reviews


Here's our review of the Saucony Zealot IOS 2, the Runningnetwork's Fall 2016 Best Performance Category Award Winner (tie), from our footwear review archives, at

So, we are going to be running the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 award winners in the Running Network Shoe Reviews over the next week. Why? Well, the Summer Outdoor Retailer Trade show is upon us, where we will see some upcoming product, and also, we get notes from readers about deals on great shoes. The Fall and Spring winners are available in many stores around the country and we encourage you to continue to search for that perfect running shoe! We also encourage you to purchase locally, at your local running store!

We wanted to remind you of the fine shoes that have come out over the last year, and how, if you find these gems in a local running store, test them out and get a pair, or two!

Special thanks to the team who puts together the Running Network shoe reviews, as they have since 1998: Marg Sumner, RN Proofreader, Kristen Cerer, Designer, Alex Larsen, Ad Traffic Manager, Christine Johnson, Project Manager, Cregg Weinmann, RN Footwear Review Editor.

Saucony Zealot IOS 2, $130


"Every season the Saucony line upgrades a few more styles to its Everun foam and the Zealot is the latest to receive this bump up. The upper benefits from use of the ISO Fit system, a cage-like lacing system that allows a more supportive and conforming midfoot fit. Its proven effectiveness affords a fit missing from a traditional setup."

To read the entire review on the Saucony Zealot ISO 2 , and why it won, click here:

To find more content on footwear reviews, please go to

To read the Saucony ISO 2 award for Best Performance Shoe :Saucony Zealot Best Perf.pdf

To download the entire six page Fall 2016 Running Network Shoe Review, click here: 2016 Fall Shoe Review PRINT.pdf

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