Since 2010, FEATURE has been a staple within Las Vegas’ streetwear, high fashion and sneaker scene. Four years after its founding, the boutique dove into its first official sneaker collaboration with one of the earliest brands it carried: Saucony. On Saturday, January 29th, both parties will conclude the “High Roller” series they began eight years ago with the release of the Saucony Shadow 6000 “Chocolate Chip.”
Inspired by vintage Las Vegas, the upcoming sneakers indulge in a mix of brown and pink, which take over the high quality leather, suede and mesh that makes up the pair’s upper. Varying shades of white throughout the top-half also helps nod to retro versions of the $5,000 chip seen at nearby casinos. In comparison to the shoes’ three predecessors, they feature a subtler arrangement, with the most overt call backs to their decadent muse arriving in the form of the debossed chip on the top of the tongue and “Lucky you!” messaging on the medial mid-foot. Underfoot, sole units forgo any direct participation in the “High Roller” theme, but their brown and off-white makeup further allow the Nevada-based shop to make a statement with their latest Saucony collaboration.
Enjoy detailed product shots of the shoes here below, and anticipate a launch at FEATURE.com on January 29th.
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