Saucony is introducing another retro-styled silhouette to their arsenal this month, in the form of the 3D GRID Hurricane. Featuring a mesh and synthetic construction, the first white/green colorway has already landed overseas.

Saucony’s running shoes reigned supreme in the 1990s, known for their wide array of options that were suited to various runners’ needs. These offerings boasted a variety of proprietary technologies from the Massachusetts-based, some of which are still widely used throughout their modern-day product lines. This week, the retro 3D GRID Hurricane surfaced online, bringing back the ’90s style for the first-time ever, and casting the exciting silhouette in a clean new color scheme. This look begins with a mixed base layer, using white mesh for the forefoot and a dark teal color for the mid-and heel sections of the shoe. The mudguard comes in black, while the side shanks are added in white with an embroidered neon green line running through the center. Saucony’s signature river logo comes in white at the midfoot, while other neon green branding completes the look.


Saucony’s new 3D Grid Hurricane silhouette has already landed at select retailers overseas, while a wider global release has yet to be announced. Dressed in white. green, and volt, the first colorway is expected to come with a price tag of approximately $150, releasing from both Saucony and select retailers. Check out the product shots below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Saucony release news.

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