Successor to the Omni 16
EVERUN Topsole Construction for enhanced energy return and continuous cushioning throughout the run
Medial posted midsole
ISOFIT dynamic upper that adapts to the shape and motion of the runner’s foot
External support frame
Helpful for runners who suffer from mild to severe pronation. Check out this article about pronation to learn more
Shoe Category: Support
Pronation: Moderate, Severe
Construction Type: Stability
Surface: Road, Track
Arch: Normal (mid) , Low, Flat
Water Resistant: No
Heel Stack Height: 28
Forefoot Stack Height: 20
Weight: 9.5 oz. | 269 g.
I normally wear the Guide ISO for running and I like those. I was recently told I am experiencing some pain because I have pronation. I saw that the Omni ISO sneakers were suppose to be the best for severe pronation. Unfortunately, I did not find these sneakers to be comfortable to run in. The problem is there is no spring or bounce in them as you run. I feel the impact of the ground more and I can feel it in my knees. I feel like I wasted money because I can't use them.
i like that there is a wide base comprising the outer sole of the sneaker. i think it will help to keep my foot centered; less pronation. But i was disappointed that there was not a more cushioned feel on the interior. Also, the heel area seems to be feel a bit shallow compared to my previous non-ISO Omni's.
These are like putting on your favorite comfy slippers! The tongue is a bit "too" sewn in, hard to move it, but it's soft :) Thought the colors would be a bit more striking but nothing wrong with muted colors either. Great shoe! Can't wait to get some miles on them!
I rely on my running shoes to get me through 1 to 1.5 hours of running every other day. At 69 years old I need some stability, cushioning, an upper design that fits my foot, and to be light weight. So far the Omni has met all those requirements in my last 5 pairs of running shoes. Before purchasing my new Omni ISOs, I decided to check out shoes at the running store to learn about any new technology in other brands. No other shoes could even be a little competitive in meeting my requirements. Keep designing shoes to ensure we continue running healthy.
I appreciate that I didn't need to break them in. Truely comfortable from the start. I have narrow feet and wish this or any other support shoe came in narrow. I'll be switching if I find one. But it does hug the heel nicely and I'm not doing long distances now. The dark blue color is cuter in person I think.
I have been a Saucony runner fan for years now. When I was originally fitted in an Omni runner I was happy. Now that I have been running for years doing 5k’s, half marathons and marathons, I am estactic that this new Omni runner is so comfortable and stable for my aging feet and legs. I haven’t had any issues with my new runners nor do I expect any. I will remain a Saucony runner for years to come. I would just say that new vibrant colors would be welcomed. Neon pinks and neon yellows would be awesome.
A perfect replacement for Discontinued Grid Stabil
I have been a loyal Saucony fan for two decades. I suffer from severe flat feet and have had corrective surgery to replace a torn tibial tendon, so stability is extremely important to me. When the Grid Stabil shoes were discontinued, I was very worried. After reading a few reviews, I took a chance on the Omni Iso. I could not be happier. These actually fit better than my old shoes, giving more room around the toe area. I love the color options and the style too. Thank you!
Excellent shoe! First time getting this style and am very satisfied with it. Very comfortable, great running shoe.
Love the shoe. Very comfortable and excellent running shoe. I love Saucony shoes and have worn them several years. This is my first time buying this style. I love them! Excellent running shoes. I’ll be sure to buy more in the future.
I bought these because I have moderate to severe overpronation that makes running a pretty painful experience for my feet. When this shoe boasts about stability they really mean it. This is definitely one of the better stability shoes that I've ever tried. The form really helps my foot glide with my momentum but I feel that more when I'm walking rather than running. If anything this shoe feels like it overlooked the cushioning for the form which might do well for some people but it's pretty hard on my knees and I can tell that with enough breaking in this could be downright painful down the road. I really hate to say it but the cushioning feels about a step up from converse with cheap inserts, and for $130 I might not be able to find something with the arch support that rivals this shoe but at least I'd find something that provides a softer ride.
After wearing a different brand for 7 years, I was searching for a new brand because the old brand had been radicallically redesigned to be a minimalist shoe. My friends at Runners Flat suggested the OMNI because it still has structure/support. (Most running shoes available have been redesigned to be minimalist, but some people need the structure and support!) The OMNI has been great! No more foot, knee, and hip pain! (That I experienced only in the minimalist shoes.) I’m very happy with the current OMNI model! The only thing that would make this shoe better, would be if it was available in a Narrow width. I’m considering stock piling this shoe since redesigns tend to ruin a good product.
Hi, I’m Erin, and I’m pronate. I was fitted a few years ago for the Omni, loved it. A few shoes in between, I have returned to the Omni, and my feet, legs and hips are very happy about it. Only wish- different colors, please. All my workout clothes are in hues of pinks and purples... and these blue shoes are clashing like crazy! I would replace early if a non-blue color came out.
Ordered my 3rd pair of the Omni ISO to have a fresh pair to wear for my half marathon. During the half I experienced a lot of pain in my right side. After seeing my PT after the half to find out what was going on it was made apparent the changes in the Omni caused me to start leaning to the right.--the stability in this new model was not a good fit for me. I've worn the Omni 15 for 2 years and absolutely loved it. The design and fit were perfect for me, the new Omni ISO, however, is definitely NOT a good fit for me. So...there it is, $ down the drain and still going to PT. UGH! Wish Saucony never made the changes to Omni. :(
This shoe is excellent quality, comfortable right out of the box & required no breaking in. The reason I gave them four stars is because the overall style of this model make my feet look huge. These shoes will be great for my frequent hour long walks and keep my feet in good shape.
I am on my last pair of Saucony Stabil 3 which sadly Saucony no longer makes. I read a review that said this shoe is the most like the Stabil. Well it does seem to have everything except the ankle support which I need, so I had to return them. If you need good arch support and overpronate but you have strong ankles, then this is the shoe for you.
I have a totally collapsed arch in one foot. I’m to wear a brace most of the time but am not really compliant with that. This shoe supports me enough that I don’t feel any pronation at all. It is enough support that I also don’t feel the instability I normally do. Kudos to this shoe but I do wish it came in more color choices.
I have only worn these for a few days but I can say that this is better than the 1 prior but no as good as the version that had the coral color. That version fit perfect and felt like it had the most support. I’m not a runner but I find comfort in the older Omni products. I still want to give it a few more days but I think they are wider than before and feel less supportive. Soft is good but support when on your feet for ever is better. Thank you for the opportunity to review.
I have been wearing a different shoe for years, I tried the Omni 2 years ago at a shoe store, the Omni was much more comfortable with more cushion, so I bought the Omni 16 and really like this shoe, so I purchased this Omni. It is not very supportive or comfortable. I have bad knees and some pronation so I like to wear a comfortable, supportive shoe.
OH MY!!! The ISO Omni is the MOST comfortable shoe I have ever worn. I used to the Asics for 6 or 7 years, till Asics ruined their line. When I changed for Saucony (thanks to Hansens Running Store), I was very pleased. the fit has always been good and reliable. The support is great, the comfort,...perfect. the shoe stays at the heel, and the toe is roomy, the toe never slips forward, staying true to fit. My favorite part of the shoe is the new lacing system, I always get the perfect tension in both feet with this new system, and none of the need for adjustment after a workout. This year, Saucony even got the colors right, a light pretty blue grey, or another choice,.. navy, with a dash of pink, lively without being gaudy.
I am so disappointed I hardly know where to begin. I am in my fifties and two weeks out from my fifth Ironman. As a middle-aged endurance athlete I suffer a host of aches and pains. However, with the former edition of the Omni, my feet, ankles and knees felt ten years younger and I spent the whole season free from injury. I did a full Ironman, three 70.3’s and a marathon in them. Then, two weeks before my current Ironman, Saucony overhauled the Omni’s with the addition of their ISO system. Five short miles into my run and every ache and pain was back. These are a TERRIBLE running shoe. The best word I can use to describe them is “squishy.” If you want to walk around the mall, I’m sure they’d do. However, no serious athlete in need of support and miles should come near them. I am currently in the midst of struggling with the company to get my money back. It was not a poor fit, or the wrong shoe. This is a simple case of a shoe company making a horrible change to a dependable product and ruining the Onmi’s entirely.
I bought these shoes almost 3 months ago and the soles are already worn through at ball of foot. The wide is also not as wide as older models. I love support and the cushion of the Omni but I'm disappointed with the life of the shoe this time around.
Footbed very comfortable and very stable, which is just what I needed. The piece of product under the laces rubs the side of my foot on top where the knuckle is to my big toe on my right foot. I have very narrow feet and thought a medium would give me plenty of room for socks but now I have a hard knot where this rubs. I put a self stick telfa pad there and it helps a lot. If I could get in this are with scissors I'd trim it away but alas I cannot. Nice shoes, great feel with that one exception and it may be my foot but I've never had this problem before.
I’ve been wearing the Omnis for years. I’ve always looked for the older models because I don’t like all the newer versions. I’m not happy with the new ISO that I purchased. They are nicer looking but not as sturdy or feel like as much support.
They are expensive and wish I could exchange or return them
I am a former ASICS sneaker fan but over the years their new models lack support and quality workmanship. I just tried this shoe and have ordered 2 extra pairs as I have learned the hard way new models are often not improved models for any brand. This Women's Everun Omni ISO has cushioning and support that far exceeds any sneaker I have tried for jogging and walking. I try to do 15,000 steps per day and have had a ball of foot pain issue which this shoe solves for me. I feel like it is walking on air. I've had ASICS and Nike and their quality has deteriorated over the years. I am now a Saucony fan.
These shoes were extremely comfortable at first but the more I workout in them the worse they get. My feet keep cramping and are in pain right after I start working out. I’m going to continue to try them for a little while longer but I am slightly disappointed in the shoes. I love the look and they do have a lot of support.
I'm been running/walking in Saucony Grid Stabils for 10 years and there are no words how sad I was when the shoe was discontinued a few years ago. I stockpiled 6 pairs and this month, I was at the end of the tread on my last pair. I went to our local running store where my favorite guy looked at my old Stabils and we found 3 possible replacements..this new Omni ISO and two others from different manufacturers. I had tried the Omnis before and didn't care for them, but today I tried this new shoe and OMG...they are fabulous and the closest ever and better than the Saucony Stabil. I might mention that I have a long time Mortons Neuroma in my left foot and a cracked to[ bone in my right foot from injuries on a trip 5 years ago. The Stabil was the only shoe that allowed me to keep running and now I'm thrilled this new Omni will allow me to move on with new treads! I hope some new colors will be introduced too so I can stockpile these. Love them!
I have been running in the Omni for several years. The changes they made to these shoes are great. I noticed them as soon as I put them on. I feel the shoes fit so much better and the tongue of the shoe is so much better. Love them.