Highsnobiety x Saucony Pro Grid Triumph 4 Takes Us Back to 2000
Y2K or dad shoe, however you want to describe it.
Fashion media/retailer Highsnobiety and American performance shoemaker Saucony are set to partner up for a limited edition release of the latter’s Pro Grid Triumph 4.
Arriving in both a minimal cream and silver with neon detail versions, the collaborative pairs looks back to its 2000-debuted era with an added 90s aesthetic. Featuring a mesh and textile upper construction, Highsnobiety’s branding takes its spot on the shoe tongue, insoles and lateral sides of the heel.
Beneath comes a SSL EVA midsole with ProGrid™ impact deflection technology for superior comfort, while XT-900™ rubber sole completes with boosted durability and traction.
Set to release on 31 May 9am EST, the Highsnobiety x Saucony Pro Grid Triumph 4 “Cream” will be a Highsnobiety exclusive release, whereas the “Silver” colorway will be made available for purchase via Highsnobiety, Saucony and selected retailers. Retail price is set at $200 per pair.
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