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Bodega Revives The Forgotten Saucony Grid Azura 2000

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Veiled in secrecy, the Saucony Grid Azura 2000, while originally poised to be the next big thing on the market, was quickly shuttered and left to collect dust in the vault. Now, in 2020, the model is finally seeing the light of day thanks to a little help from retailer Bodega, who has kept the allure alive with its fittingly ambient sense for art direction. The model itself is a new kit for all intents and purposes, but it’s entire ethos is filled to the brim with the language of the 90s, boasting a colorway vibrant with its neon greens and saturated blues and a silhouette chunky yet undeniably influenced by adjacent performance staples. Overlays, dyed here in black, aggressively weave their way from the forefoot to the heel as they shroud the mesh throughout; and while some are much more thickly woven, there are spots that are constructed thin enough to reveal whatever color socks you so choose. Grab a detailed look at these right here, and though Bodega has already dropped their stock, it seems select stockists will also be receiving allocation later this weekend.

Saucony Grid Azura 2000
Release Date: February 15th, 2020
Color: White/Blue/Lime

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