The Saucony ProGrid Triumph 4 Dresses In “White/Navy” For Spring

A classic treatment for the 2007 runner.

The Saucony ProGrid Triumph 4 Dresses In “White/Navy” For Spring

Saucony’s Y2K runner archive is deep, a key factor behind the brand’s heeded rise alongside competitors like ASICS and New Balance.

In 2022, Saucony brought back the 2007-born ProGrid Triumph 4, a shoe that fittingly communicates the design language of the late 2000s across its various structures. Multiple colorways have been release since then, now supplemented by the arrival of a clean “White/Navy” pair ahead of spring.

The Triumph 4’s most apparent Y2K design cue appears at the base, constructed of wide mesh for both breathability and comfort like many of its shared-era counterparts. Arch-lock technology provides stability on the medial quarter and heel, presented in black on this colorway in alignment with the design’s tongue and outsole treatments. Chromatic navy hits provide a refreshing splash of color towards the eyestay and Saucony logo, matched underfoot by sporadic midsole accents to round out the delivery.

Unisex sizes are available now on saucony.com for $150. Enjoy a detailed look here and shop for pairs via the official purchase links down below. In related news, check out the “Shamrock” Saucony Grid Shadow 2.


Saucony Pro Grid Triumph 4

SKU: S70704-12
RELEASE DATE: Mar 13, 2024

US 03/13/2024 Wednesday

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