Women's SAUCONY® REDEEMER ISO :: Cradle your feet in unbeatable stability without sacrificing comfortable runnability in the all new Women's Saucony® Redeemer ISO. Enjoy 20% more cushioning as compared to standard midsoles from the PWRGRID+ construction, while getting fantastic stability and shock absorption delivered by the TPU pillars and SCR Impact Zone. Your foot will enjoy a made-for-you fit that's comfy and super supportive, and you can count on getting plenty of durability and traction from the Redeemer ISO thanks to its XT-900 carbon rubber outsole.
I have always purchased Saucony running shoes with motion control. Over the years, there seem to be fewer and fewer options. Now there's just the Redeemer. I used to wear the Stabil, which I loved. The Redeemer just doesn't fit right. It's too tight around the top of the foot/ankle area that no matter what I do, it leaves marks and blisters. I have never had this in my 25 years of running in primarily Saucony shoes. The Redeemer also feels bigger in the width and toe, despite ordering the same size I've always worn. It's also just clunky and feels heavier. I'm sad and not a fan. I don't want to give up on my Sauconies but I guess I will have to try a stability shoe instead. One positive: It can sustain heavy mileage, just not the most comfortably.
Bring back the Stabil3
I bought these because the Stabil3 were discontinued. They are supposed to be the next in line. I had bones in my foot fused and the PT recommended the Saucony Stabil3. They worked so well for me. Loved them I bought a couple extra pair. Now I wish I would have bought a dozen extras because the redeemer hurts my ankle after a couple hours of wear. No where near as comfortable. I have wide feet the Saucony brand have been great for that but I need to find a different shoe now. Hard to do in AK since there are not many level 5 motion control shoes in this state. I generally have to order online and hope they work. Please bring back the Stabil3 or something closer to what it was. I don't like the redeemers and can't wear them long.
Worst running shoe I've worn in 25 years
I've worn the (discontinued) Grid Stabil CS-3 (and predecessors) for 25 years to run 20-30+ miles a week. The Redeemer is billed as the next generation of the Stabil yet it feels nothing like the Stabil. The Stabil had a narrow heel and wider toe box that worked well for my flat feet. This shoe is wider (too wide) in both the heel and toe. The mesh on the Redeemer is not breathable like the mesh on the Stabil so it's a really poor choice for summer running in the desert. The Redeemer is far more rigid than the Stabil and is very uncomfortable for all activities I've tried - running, stair climber, stationary bike. Saucony took an excellent shoe and ruined it. I've been brand loyal for 25 years but am on the hunt for a new brand/model. Too bad the trash is gone or I'd retrieve my old Stabils.
Run for fitness and fun 25-30 mi/week, streets and sidewalks. I usually buy wide width to accommodate bunions. The Saucony Redeemer in C width feels too wide overall and not tapered, like wearing rectangular shoe boxes on my foot. Wide toe box, baggy midsole, and wide heel. The result on my foot is a sloppy feel with slippage in the back and minimal arch support. An expensive mistake. I can't return these so I am trying different insoles to get a more snug, supportive fit.
This shoe provides a perfect mix of cushioning and support and is comfortable. However, it is not at all breathable, and after even just a 4-5 mile run on a cool day, my socks/feet are drenched with sweat. I have never had this happen with any other shoe. Additionally, as other reviewers note, the Redeemer is very heavy and bulky-looking, the latter not quite as much of a concern since I wear my running shoes just for running, not fashion. Nonetheless, it is kind of comical; my size 8.5 feet look like size 12 in these shoes.
Need pronation help- but with a better fit!
I run 25-30 miles per week for over 35 years. My pronation problems were largely resolved by Saucony's Stabil. I tried other brands and kept coming back to Saucony. Now the only show they make for this is the redeemer--and it does not fit as well. I am ok with the wide parts except the back seems too wide, and as a result I feel as if my heel and achilles area slips in and out as I run--causing aggravation to both parts I have never experienced before. Miss Saucony Stabil! please bring it back!
Good stability shoe for plantar fasciitis
I bought this shoe because I got plantar fasciitis in my left foot a couple of months ago, and needed a good stability shoe with cushioning. I over pronate, and need stability shoes anyway, but I liked that the bottom of the shoe was wider than most stability shoes, as this seemed to me that it would help with my pronation problem. I always wear Saucony, and so far, I like this one. I am up to 4 miles/day without pain afterwards. They are a bit clunky, and I have hit my ankle with my opposite foot a couple of times because of the larger sole, but it just takes some getting used to. My right foot went numb after 2 miles the first few days I ran in these, but after adjusting the laces, that problem has gone away. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a good stability shoe.
Am severe over probation....
Really like the support and cushion and the room in the toebox, but the rest of the shoe is too wide. I'll have to adjust with that by maybe tightening the laces,which is kind of a pain,but this is the best shoe since the "Stabi MC"
And Brooks changed their aerial, so can't wear that anymore.
Saucony Redeemer - Happy feet for overpronator
I love these shoes. I am flat-footed and overweight. I do not run. I use the treadmill and some shoes throw me off balance. These do not. I have several new pairs of tennis shoes and I can't get them broken in because I keep putting these back on. I would like more colors, although the black with purple is really pretty.
New Bloomfield MO
Great shoe for overpronators
I am a casual runner who overpronates and I have to say that these shoes are amazing. I run about 10-12 miles a week and I will be buying another pair of these.
They don't slide around - they aren't heavy (though they look it). Great shoes - nothing hurts when I'm done with my run.
If you overpronate - give these a try!
Another Runner 5
Baton Rouge, LA
Sized way too big
Shoes are sized much too big. I should have heeded other reviews I saw, which said that this shoe is overly wide (I purchased the medium width). I like a shoe that is not too narrow, but these are just really, really big. My husband even commented that the shoes look enormous on my feet. Even using a lace lock, the shoe is so huge, it sides around on my foot. There was so much friction from the movement of the shoe, it made my feet feel very hot on a casual 3 mile walk. These are definitely going back!
Great shoe for wide feet
I got these shoes on faith. Not very much offered in the motion control wide foot. I have used these shoes on roads, treadmill, and elliptical. They are comfortable and supportive. Love them! I had to change the lacing and use the extra hole to stop slipping on my heels. Great shoe! Highly recommend.
maple valley, wa
Didn't work well for my feet
These just didn't fit my feet well. I tried running in them and it did something to my ankle so I had to walk. I think it's a better fit for other people who need stability but I felt it was just too stable for my own feet.
Great for Over Pronators
Love the pronation Support
could use a tad more cushion, it says it's a level five but could use a tad more .
They're kind of wide for a regular shoe. Love the room in the toebox but the rest of this shoe too wide.
I have to really really really thick socks.
I left the Brooks Ariel not enough support in the new version.
the Redeemer has better support for pronation.
Motion control, but not so plus
Regular width is a little wide so I have to tighten them a little more. I bought them to replace New Balance motion control shoes no longer made. They are ok, but not as supportive. The motion control plus shoes seem to be disappearing, so this was the best I could find. Your price was the same as retail in Eugene, Oregon, even with the "club" discount.
The shoe is too small length wise. I have been wearing Saucony's in the same size for many years, this shoe is smaller in length than other Saucony;s that I still have in the same size. Disappointing that I have to pay for shipping to return and wait 5 weeks for a larger size. The shoe is not made to correct size.
I'm sorry Saucony discontinued the Grid Stabil. This shoe does not have enough cushioning. I went back to Brooks Ariel.
Wide toe box .... extreme pronating
Way too wide in toe box. If you pronate slightly, these will roll your ankle every step you take. When it describes this shoe for strong pronating...it means it. This shoe in its normal width size is wider than a wide shoe, so if you're looking for a wide shoe...this is it.
I would buy this product again.
These shoes are very comfortable and have lots of cushion for me. I have been buying this control shoe from Saucony for several years and am very pleased with the shoe. I would recommend it for anyone that needs some stability and extra cushion.
A great shoe!
This is old hurricane for which I came to love Saucony. Wish they had other colors.
Read reviews that shoe was too wide but I need wide and these are perfect for my 72 year old 8.5 wide feet. Good support. Would have given a 5 star rating but rarely give 5 stars to any item.
Great for over-pronators who like sturdy cushioning!
These shoes provide great support for my over-pronating gait. They also have great cushioning and are sturdy enough for trails or streets. Great colors, also. My new favorite running shoe.
Good shoe but modify heel bed
I have been jogging in Saucony running shoes for 30 years. This show is great for flat feet, except they made the heel bed too wide, so the heel slips while running. Bring back Stabil!
This shoe works very well for me during my morning 5 mile outdoor walk. I tend to overpronate and this shoe controls it nicely.
A little disappointed.
It's okay. Not as supported as I had hoped. Needs more cushioning. Ample room in the toe box.
It's all in the shoe
Great shoe, perfeCT stability
Great for pronation & plantar fasciitis
Supportive running shoe
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