March 4th, 2017 by Zack Schlemmer
Celebrating the launch of the new Freedom ISO performance runner, Saucony digs into their archives to unearth the original version of the Freedom from the early 1980s. The new Freedom ISO, which debuts the brand’s new EVERUN foam technology (Saucony’s answer to adidas Boost) has been getting great reviews from running outlets, and as you can see, it has great looks to match. Along with the Freedom ISO and the original version of the Freedom reissued in its original mesh and suede upper and burgundy colorway, the pack also combines a hybrid of the two with the silhouette of the original and the modern sole of the performance runner. Playing off the “Freedom” name, the pack features a patriotic American theme in white, red, and blue colorways. The set also features eagle graphics on each insole and underneath the clear outsoles of the Freedom ISO and hybrid Freedom Runner.
The Freedom Pack is arriving now at finer Saucony retailers like Quality.
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