Kicks Flow: Saucony DXN Trainer "Lodge" Pack


Much love to Saucony! We at AA hope that our new relationship with them brings nothing but dopeness and inspiration to all those involved, and also to the blog followers who keep the lights on around here. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that I’ve been rocking a lot of pairs of Saucony lately. I’m all about the Jazz and Shadow models. I’m a sucker for a throwback feeling shoe, and these just make for a great level of fresh and simplicity at the same time. You really can’t go wrong with them at all. But enough about me..

Saucony‘s DXN Trainer was originally created in the ’80s with direct input from one of the most accomplished and prolific runners in the history of the sport, New Zealander Ron Dixon, the first athlete to ever to clock both a sub-3:53 mile and a sub-2:09 marathon. The Saucony DXN Trainer is now set for a retro release as part of the “Lodge” Pack, and as the name suggests, the design was inspired by Ron’s New Zealand rugged home country, and more specifically, a weekend at the lodge. The two available styles — Camo and Wool — are complemented with red long-john linings and a grippy gum-like rubber outsole. CRAZY!! Look for the kicks to launch exclusively through Saucony on January 15th.

Get yours..



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