Saucony’s Shadow 6000 runner first burst onto the track thirty years ago, introducing a wealth of innovation from the Boston brand. Now, the Shadow 6000 is back in all of its original glory, available now.

Saucony’s regular sneaker releases took an extended hiatus at the beginning of the worldwide pandemic early last year, largely in part to the restrictions on workplaces and the global slowdown on trade and production. However, the Boston-based brand has been pumping up their releases so far in 2021, gearing up to get back on track with their regular collaborations. This week, Saucony announced a very welcome surprise, celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the beloved Shadow 6000 runner. To celebrate, the brand rehashed the classic original color scheme, releasing the silhouette to the masses. Featuring navy blue and grey accents over a white and grey mesh and suede construction, this anniversary edition recreates everything that runners fell in love with three decades ago.

SAUCONY SHADOW 6000 “OG” RELEASE INFORMATION

Saucony’s 30th anniversary release of the classic Shadow 6000 runner dropped earlier this week, and is currently available directly from the Boston brand at their website. Built for distance running, the Shadow 6000 and its Ionic cushioning system come with a price tag of just $100. Check out the product shots below for a better look at the classic color scheme, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Saucony release news.

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