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Ahead of the official start of winter, Saucony Originals pulls from one of their most influential cold weather patterns to help usher in the frigid temperatures to come.

Introduced back in winter 2015 as a pattern on the Grid 9000, “Dirty Snow” quickly became a hit for the running centric brand. The pattern itself is inspired by the blistering cold in the Boston area, and represents the murky white snow as the title suggests. Two new variations of the style emerge today canvassing both the Saucony Shadow 6000 and Saucony Grid 9000 models. Each are available now for $110 at select retailers like RISE.

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