Trainer Colourways Taken From Ingredients
American athletic footwear brand Saucony has unveiled its Grid 9000 Spice Pack, inspired by the colours of ingredients such as paprika, cardamom, rosemary, fennel, cinnamon and turmeric.
The trainers are constructed with suede uppers, mesh panelling and a rubber outsole as well as support from the brand’s unique GRID (ground reaction inertia device) technology.
Colour ways include red/black, green/black, grey/orange and black/light green, each taken from a different spice.
Founded in 1898, Saucony is an authentic running footwear brand. Now, the business has redeveloped a number of its vintage silhouettes, such as the Jazz O, which it released in 1981. Originally a high-tech running shoe, the Jazz O is the best selling shoe in the brand’s history.
Older silhouettes have recently been revived and celebrated through collaborations with brands like Club Monaco, End Clothing and White Mountaineering. In March of this year, the business also opened its first pop-up store in the UK.
Trainers in the Saucony Grid 9000 Spice Pack are available to buy online now from UK stockist Urban Industry in sizes 6-12 and priced at £89.95.