Iconic 1980s Silhouette Gets A Rugged Update

Saucony’s running roots shine through in its latest release, dedicated to the New Zealand homeland of running legend Rod Dixon.

Putting his name to the model back in 1983, the DXN silhouette has seen itself re-imaged many times, and now once again thirty years on.

The recently announced DXN Lodge pack offers two new options for sneakerheads: one camouflage printed pair and another covered with soft grey wool for a rustic feel, both finished with tan panelling.

But the woodland lodge aesthetic doesn’t stop there – inside, wearers will find a Long John-style lining and woollen insulation, in addition to a strong grip rubber outsole for whatever terrain you find yourself on.

Originally designed for the harsh demands of long distance running, we think these DXN trainers will perform just as well in the city as on the track.

You can pick yourself up a pair when the DXN Lodge Pack launches exclusively at Saucony.com mid-January.

Saucony DXN Lodge Trainer Pack