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2015 Published: December 2, 2015 Updated: February 19, 2019  |  WORDS: Hana Kim

END x Saucony Grid 9000 “Red/Noise”

Let Christmas be the perfect excuse for you to paint the town red in these exclusive End x Saucony sneakers.

Following last month’s sell-out success of the END x Saucony Grid 9000 “White/Noise”, both entities have partnered once again this holiday season. The second entrant in their collaborative series draws inspiration from botanist Robert Brown’s theory of red noise, summed up by END as “where there was the light, so must there be the dark”.

Fortunately, the sneakers are far less complicated than Brown’s science. The upper consists of woven cotton, felt, wool and Ballistic nylon in various shades of flecked, tonal red. Saucony’s G.R.I.D cushioned sole unit is decked out in red as well, and this is contrasted by a white midsole, as well as 3M reflective rope laces and END branding on the lateral strap panel.

The END x Saucony Grid 9000 “Red/Noise” is expected to retail at approximately US$164, and comes with a special red plastic shoe box. They are slated for release on December 5th (8am SGT) at END itself, and will likely sell out fast, so cop them quick!