December 2nd, 2015 by Patrick Johnson
Saucony Originals got serious with their in-house colorways over the past year-and-a-half. Sure, the numerous collaborations worked wonders for a whole crop of retro Saucony running models but even more impressive has been the dedication of the in-house colorists to paint vivid storylines that still receive a great response from a younger generation of sneakerheads. This winter, the Bostonian running specialists bring back their Saucony Grid 9000 for a new “Dirty Snow” colorway that’s tonal in looks and premium in quality. Inspired by Boston’s record-setting winters, the blizzard-like upper sees a tough textured canvas, patented Grid cushioning, and a reflective dirty snow splatter on the midsole. The pair even comes with reflective rope laces for an underlying flashy finish. The Saucony Grid 9000 “Dirty Snow” releases December 18th exclusively at Saucony.com for $120. Check out a full look below and let us know if you plan on picking up a pair in the comments section.