Saucony combines stability with performance in the Liberty ISO:
With a 22 mm to 18 mm heel-to-toe stack height (the amount of cushioning underfoot), the Liberty is consistent with other well-known lines of Saucony footwear including the beloved Kinvara. It’s not a stretch to say that the Liberty ISO 3 is a hybrid between a neutral-cushioned shoe and a serious motion control shoe. (If you’re looking for maximal-cushioned and all-in motion control shoe, check out the Hurricane ISO 3 .) The Liberty, to give you a sense that it’s more performance-geared than an everyday motion control trainer, is about 1 oz lighter than the Hurricane ISO 3. A great feature of the Liberty is the ISO Fit upper, which is Saucony’s term for its unique layering system integrated with the laces. In this case, the laces connect with straps that run alongside both sides of the upper, locking the foot into place with a secure hold. As they’re more exposed, the syst...