Following the current trend of archival re-releases, Saucony is dropping yet another classic runner. Originally introduced by Saucony in 1988, the Azura is now dressed in an all-new colorway that’s ready for the Spring season.
The shoe features vibrant orange accents around the toe box and on the top eyestays, as well as the Azura logo running down along the side. The rest of the silhouette is dressed in black and yellow paneling, constructed with synthetic microsuede and ripstop mesh. The bright yellow extends down onto the white EVA midsole, all wrapped by a triangular-lugged outsole sharing the same color scheme with the addition of black. The whole vintage look is finished with a white canvas tongue tag holding a colorful Saucony Azura logo.
The Saucony Azura OG "Black/Yellow" is now available over at Eleven for €105 EUR (approximately $118 USD).
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