Saucony 'Dirty Snow' Pack

Saucony 'Dirty Snow' Pack

Posted by Bill Savory on

Year after year Boston USA is hit with winters that is the stuff of British nightmares. They have record snowfall, black ice and hit the depths of what we would consider habitable temperatures.

After the success of last years Grid 9000 ‘Dirty Snow’, Saucony Originals have decided to pay homage to these record breaking winters with the 'Dirty Snow' pack for an early SS17 drop. We will be receiving two silhouettes; the Shadow 6000 and Grid 8000 CL.

The Grid SD features the well respected G.R.I.D. cushioning system which was created by Saucony in the early 90s. G.R.I.D. stands for Ground Reaction Inertia Device, which through the use of Hytrel filaments (a renewably sourced flexible thermoplastic) guides the heel and distributes the weight through first impact for cushioning and stability.

The Grid 8000 CL has been humbly striped down to focus on the materials, as well as a pleasing aesthetic and enough G.R.I.D. technology to sink your heel into.

All the trainers will feature rope laces, perforated Wolverine Silkee Suede on the toe box, embroidered Saucony branding on the heel counters and satin liners to keep your toes warm during the coming cold months.

The Saucony Originals ‘Dirty Snow’ pack will be launching on 10th December 2016 in store and online at £105 a pair.

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Saucony Grid 8000 CL

Grid SD