Originally just a concept sneaker, Saucony finally brought the highly-nostalgic Grid Azura 2000 to life with the help of Boston-based streetwear label Bodega earlier this year, creating together a blue-and-lime-green pair for the retro fans out there. Now, three months after its resurrection, the sneaker brand is once again expanding on the offering with two new summer-ready colorways.
The first pair brings together a vibrant orange suede and mesh upper with deep black suede overlays plastered across the entire silhouette, creating streaks reminiscent of a tiger and its stripes. White accents and a translucent mono-mesh panel by the midfoot complete the loud colorway, finished with a pristine white midsole wrapped in an orange and black outsole. The second pair swaps the bright oranges with tonal grays across its upper, working in tandem with dark purple instead of black for its iconic stripes and patterning. Complementing the more understated shades is a saturated pink, dressing the logos by the tongue and midfoot as well as the outsole.
For those looking for more colorful options to update their footwear game for the warmer months. both colorways of the Saucony Grid Azura 2000 are now available over at Sneaker Politics, going for $110 USD each.
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