Saucony Unveils Its Shadow 6000 in a Vibrant "Trailian” Colorway
Featuring “Mint” detailing across the laces and sockliner.
Saucony is continuing to expand on its Shadow 6000 mainline, following up on its recent “Saucony Creek” and New York Cheesecake-inspired iterations with an all-new “Trailian” colorway.
This latest installment to the “Trailian” series is the latest addition to the Massachusetts brand’s extensive running catalog and it has now applied an assemblage of different hues to create a multi-color scheme throughout. However, this isn’t the first time Saucony has presented this same colorway. For example, the brand recently used it on the Originals Grid Web and 3D Grid Hurricane, however, the new Shadow 6000 uses a selection of suede and nubuck detailing to separate the shades.
Featuring tones of “Coral,” “Mustard,” and “Dark Violet,” the shoe is also complemented with speckles of “Mint” along the laces and sock liner. Furthermore, the shoe is also designed with an all-black mesh filling on the vamp, mid-foot, and tongue, while the customary three-hole punched overlay sits alongside white detailing on the finely-detailed midsole underfoot.
You can take a closer look at the new Shadow 6000 “Trailian” above and it will be available via the brand’s official website from February 24.
In other footwear news, take a look at the new SNEEZE x adidas Superskate shoe.