Saucony and END. are back for the second installment with the Saucony Grid 9000 model. If you’re a little bit behind on your sneaker news, the two brands came together last month to present their “WHITE NOISE” sneaker. Inspired by Robert Brown’s theory of red noise, where light is always followed by dark, this Saucony model is the opposite of its predecessor.
The “RED NOISE” Grid 9000 is mostly taken in a literal sense. The upper portion of the shoe contains various shades of red and has a combination of wool, felt, woven cotton and Ballistic nylon. The low-top shoe sits on a stark-white sole and is complemented with 3M reflective rope laces.
These will be dropping in limited quantities December 5th on END’S online site.