Now I know we took a look at the saucony shadow 6000 earlier on in the week but we thought the GRID 9000 was worth a shout out as well.
Originally released into the world in ’94 the 9000 was marketed for people who wanted the best cushioning and stability. Much like other Saucony shoes, the 9000 was designed for runners in mind. The shoe features a synthetic micro-suede, a vertical weave mesh, an asymmetric tongue and D-ring straps. Combine all of these assets together and you have one of the most comfortable sneakers around.
GRID stands for Saucony's patented ‘Ground Reaction Inertia Device’ tech that uses negative space carved into different parts of the shoes sole to create shock absorption like no other.
If you’re thinking of going the Saucony route then these guys are deffo worth a go in our humble opinion!