Retailer END and Saucony are following up last month’s “White Noise” Grid 9000 collaboration with a “Red Noise” Grid 9000 release.
The END x Saucony Grid 9000 “Red Noise” draws its inspiration from Robert Brown’s theory of red noise. Where there was the light, so must there be the dark. A perfectly balanced partnership.
The “Red Noise” once again builds on the unmistakable upper of the Grid 9000, this time presenting it in a series of fleck-affected materials, with an upper that utilizes woven cotton, felt, wool and Ballistic nylon in a series of tonal reds, an eye-catching reference to Brown’s theory. Accented with a stark white midsole, the red G.R.I.D cushioned sole unit completes the silhouette. Styled with 3M reflective rope laces and END. branding to the lateral side panel.
Look for the END x Saucony Grid 9000 “Red Noise” to release in limited quantities exclusively at END in-store and online on December 5th, complete with a special red plastic shoe box.