subject: red Wing Work chukka bootPosted: 1:48am, Jun 22, 2017
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Serving as the other half of the newly released Saucony Veg Tan Pack is the saucony grid 8000 .It was clear when Saucony created this collection that one of their main goals was quality and craftsmanship. Both of those attributes are evident when taking a look at this Grid 8000. The sneaker boasts a premium veg tan leather all throughout the upper with strategically placed perforations on the toe, side panel, and ankle. Gold foil branding on the insoles, an off-white midsole, and gum rubber outsole complete the look on this buttery pair of Grid 8000s that can be copped from select Saucony retailers now for $120.

Previously offered in black and grey, the saucony grid 8500 Weave returns in a creamy finish to perfectly coordinate with the official introduction of Spring (March 20th).Noted as a hybrid pair, the runner takes design cues from Grid 9000 for its upper, and the Grid 8000 for its midsole/outsole. Creating a sleeker, and modern style altogether, the sneaker is further defined by a woven base with leather and suede overlays.Finally, the model’s traditional neoprene sockliner and a speckled sole unit in its respective colorway finishes off the monochromatic design.

The saucony grid 9000 tries a new look on for size. Dubbed the Saucony Grid 9000 Knit Pack, these variations of the model try on a knitted textile upper done in three different colorways to choose from.Above you will find three different colorways of the model all utilizing a knitted construction that comes covered in a heathered design. Accompanying the knitted build of the shoe are the suede overlays, the rope laces and your customary Saucony branding hits. Below you will find a EVA foam midsole done in a color scheme that matches the look of the upper. Like what you see? Pick up a pair today for the retail price of $90.

The red Wing Work chukka boot is back but in truth, it never went away. Like the brogue, the chelsea boot and the loafer, it is an enduring British classic, one that comes, as so much of our tailoring does, from the military. Now, the trainer companies want in, with both Nike and Vans launching their own versions, both of which are likely to have the traditionalists choking on their suede, and with good reason.I started wearing proper chukkas in my early 20s, when I realised that there was a third way between battered trainers and polished brogues.
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