Footpatrol X Saucony Shadow 6000 “Only in Soho”
The sick collaborations of 2013 continue. As previously mentioned, many brands such as New Balance, Asics, Saucony, Converse, Ewing, Reebok, etc. have made a big impact on the sneaker world this year through some of the most memorable collaborations with some of the most famous sneaker boutiques and regular designers. Designers such as Ronnie Fieg have made brands like Asics a dynasty, with every release selling out and causing mayhem. Yes the hype has spread to many less important sneaker brands compared to Nike and Jordan, but at least people are exploring other facets of kicks.
This latest collaboration is between Saucony, a brand well known for its runners, and a London Sneaker Boutique known as Footpatrol.
The model used is the Saucony Shadow 6000, and the meaning behind the design and color schemes is to tell the story of London’s Soho nightlife district and all things associated with it.
The shoe’s premium suede upper in a variety of different colors represent different things. The black suede represents the “dark underbelly” of Soho. The blue, royal, and red accents found throughout the show depict the neon lights that light up the streets.
Finally, the shoe is finished off with a speckled midsole representing the “grimy” streets that Footpatrol first started from.
The Footpatrol X Saucony 6000 “Only in Soho” will release at Footpatrol this Saturday, November 2nd.
Take a look at the detailed pictures below and let us know what you think as well if you will be trying to snag a pair of these!
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