Saucony Shadow 6000 'Kintsugi' labeled in men's sizes, to calculate women's add 1.5 to listed size
The Saucony x Saucony collection represents premium materials and treatment that is normally reserved for collaboration – it’s Saucony’s take on Saucony. The Shadow 6000 Kintsugi being no exception.
The latest Saucony x Saucony sneaker takes inspiration from Kintsugi. Kintsugi is a Japanese art form which involves fixing broken pottery with liquid gold - leaving a visible gold seam where the cracks initially were. Shadow 6000 Kintsugi draws on this ancient tradition, featuring visual imperfections that have been stitched together with metallic gold embroidery, speaking of this passage of time. The art of Kintsugi teaches to embrace flaws and imperfections, with the idea that something broken, once healed, will become stronger and better than it was before.
The Shadow 6000 Kintsugi has been crafted using a perforated nubuck base, specked midsole, premium suede overlays and an embossed tongue, making sure no detail is overlooked. The design embraces a weathered and worn-looking leather, raw-edge contrasts and gold metallic pops – using only the highest quality materials for all Saucony lovers and sneakerheads alike.
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