Over the recent months, Saucony has been producing some heavy-hitting releases with a range of colours and materials that you wouldn’t even think to feature together on the same shoe. On paper these recent models shouldn’t work, but they do and to confirm their reinstated popularity Saucony has recently taken the same route as rival brands with a new graded system for their products.
This simplistic trio of GRID 9000s, titled the ‘Premium Pack’, all feature neutral pantone uppers with a mixture of hard suede, textured nubuck and various types of breathable mesh, not to mention the neoprene sock lining. Each colourway has its own take on a classic with only 900 being produced worldwide, so if you like what you see then don’t hesitate. The simple branding seen across all models are clearly accentuated by the spotless soles with tonal heel panelling and famed G.R.I.D bubble technology that once rivalled Reeboks Hexalite when first released.
The Saucony GRID 9000 ‘Premium Pack’ is now available from selected stores and onlne, in sizes 6 – 11 UK, priced at £85