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Saucony Dives Into The Vault for The Jazz 4000 Retro

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Saucony is undoubtedly on an upward trajectory, going from very few collaborations to quite an influential handful. They started at Paris Fashion Week alongside White Mountaineering, have crossed into hand-stitched territory alongside Lapstone and Hammer, and — though a mainline offering — have now brought out their Jazz 4000 from the vault. Hued in retro palettes, the model harks to early eras with design alone, proffering a sleek and sporty silhouette marked by purple and pink accents tones. Dressing the side logos as well as much of the underlying synthetic base, the floral details stand in the middle of neutral white constructions whose materials match unlike that of adjacent peers from the time. Finished by vintage logos at the oversized tongue patch and a funky “jazz” embroidery at the heel, the pair is a welcome addition to the brand’s upcoming roster of notables. Grab a detailed look here and expect a release to arrive at select retailers within the coming months.

In other news, a MADNESS New Balance 327 is on the way.

Saucony Jazz 4000
Release Date: Spring 2020

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