Saucony® Xodus ISO 4

The expected release date for the Saucony Xodus ISO 4 is January 19, 2023.

The Saucony Xodus ISO 4 will have the following features & updates:

  • The new Saucony Xodus ISO 4 will bring out a relatively fresh new series of running shoes with new designs and colors available.
  • The design will be more aggressive ad bold than its predecessor, with an improved EVERUN midsole and improved PWRTRAC+ external pads.
  • You will also enjoy the new XT-900 technology-enhanced and a very durable outsole.

Previous model of the Xodus ISO:
The Saucony Xodus ISO 3 release date was on February 12, 2019.

Latest Version of the Saucony Xodus ISO


Saucony Xodus ISO



  • The MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) for the Saucony Xodus ISO 4 is expected to be an average of $120.
  • As you will notice, there will not be too much of a price increase in the new model this time.

Arch support and pronation controlArch Support and Pronation Control

  • The Saucony Xodus ISO 4 new design is aimed at neutral pronators.
  • It will provide excellent support for persons who have a high arch and who strike with their forefoot.


  • Because the new Saucony Xodus Iso 4 will be a daily running and marathon shoe, it will be adequate on tar, concrete, and other running surfaces.
  • However, I would not recommend it on the soft carpet or smooth and slippery floor surfaces for aerobics training.
  • They will also not be ideal for outdoor trails and wet environments.


  • The new Saucony Xodus ISO 4 will be designed as a daily running shoe.
  • They will also be ideal for marathons, as well as long and short-distance running.


  • Because the Saucony Xodus ISO 4 will be a marathon and long-distance running shoe, they will have a more durable design.
  • You can expect some excellent quality and durability from the new model, and they should last you quite a while, even with everyday use.

Fit and SizingFit and Sizing

  • The new Saucony Xodus ISO 4 will offer a very comfortable true-to-size fit, using standard foot measurements.
  • You will have the choice in the availability of different width options in medium and wider widths.


  • With the new, improved cushioning technologies, the weight will be medium to heavyweight.
  • The men’s version will weigh 366 grams.
  • While the women’s model is expected at a weight of around 326 grams.

Elevation of the Saucony Xodus ISO 4

Heel HeightHeel Height

  • The Heel height will be stacked at a medium 26 mm in the new model.
  • This is a lower heel height for better stability and uniform support.

Forefoot HeightForefoot Height

  • The Forefoot height will be 22mm, which is slightly higher than most forefoot stack heights.
  • This forefoot height is ideal for persons who strike with their forefoot area.

Heel-to-Toe DropHeel-to-Toe Drop

  • There will be a very low 4mm heel-to-toe drop.
  • This type of heel-to-toe drop is ideal for long-distance and marathon running.
  • The more solid and uniform sole will also provide better stability and cushioning for underfoot support and comfort.

Components of the Saucony Xodus ISO 4


  • The outsole of the Saucony Xodus ISO 4 will consist of the XT-900 rubber compound with PWRTRAC+ pads for enhanced impact resistance.
  • The dual design compound sole will also help to shield the rest of the shoe from wear and tear,
  • As for the tread, it will be enhanced with multi-direction lug patterns for even better grip and traction.


  • The Saucony Xodus ISO 4will have a full-length cushioned, enhanced EVERUN midsole platform and insole.
  • The midsole design will be slightly thinner and more lightweight but spread evenly along the full length of the midsole.


  • The Upper will consist of a highly breathable mesh that covers the feet with a seamless interior lining,
  • The tongue and collar will be padded lightly for support and comfort.
  • More colors and designs will be available, and the overall look of the new model will be enhanced.

Saucony® Xodus ISO vs. Xodus


Saucony Xodus ISO 4

About the Author

David Alegeta

David is a long-distance hiker, a writer and an editor whose favorite topics include backpacking and trail running. He is an adventure athlete who covered over 20,000 miles. He frequently speaks to groups about the benefits of proper footwear and has written numerous articles on this subject. He lives in Dallas, Texas with his family.