Saucony and HANON add another collaboration to their list of exclusive trainers, this time working off the Freedom ISO silhouette. Now onto their fifth year of collabs, the two have gone back into Saucony’s roots in athletics and running for an updated take on the footwear brand’s 1983 Freedom Trainer.
Drawing inspiration from HANON’s hometown of Aberdeen (also known as the “Granite City”), the trainer derives its grey colorway from the city streets and concrete buildings that make up the Scottish city. The Freedom ISO features Saucony’s EVERUN midsole, an ISOFIT one-piece knitted upper, TPU heel counter, and a TRI-FLEX crystal outsole — all parts combined, the Freedom ISO weighs just 255 grams.
Those interested can find these launching exclusively at HANON on November 3, but act fast as there are only 218 pairs available.
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