Originally posted on ARCH-USA
Saucony is primarily known as a performance running company. The lifestyle division isn’t as prominent. In many sneakerhead circles though certain models pop and garner considerable dough. The Saucony End x Burger is one such shoe that has found a home in the resale arena. The Bricks was a shoe that I thought should garner the same interest, but I said it wouldn’t because the shoe hasn’t really found constant promotion via sneaker sites.
Saucony doesn’t really need to pursue the sneakerhead and lifestyle market since that market is very small. Their lifestyle options are stylish and well crafted. They also tell a story about the hometown of the brand and they are gorgeous kicks. The market shouldn’t be sneakerheads, but everyone.
The Chocolate Pack is right up there with the Bricks as another one of my favorite releases of the year. Here is a description. You can use the Source Link to pick up a pair:
- Wolverine Silkee Suede
- Earthquake suede toe box
- Pigskin Leather Liner
- Red Pigskin Leather Insole
- Flat laces with gold tips
- Embossed Gold Saucony Logo on the tongue
- Embroidered Saucony branding on the heel counter
- Gold heel clip
- Gold speckled midsole
Originally posted on 3/16/2017 Updated on 3/30/2017 with a video from @lesboxking who did me the favor of dropping an unboxing video. He just started his YouTube channel so take a look at the video and get those views up on a dope ass shoe.
The ARCH network is unlike other sneakerhead sites. ARCH is a more informative look into sneaker culture. By presenting information about the business of sportswear through marketing analysis, updates on stock prices and introductions to new brands and styles, the site is easily distinguished from the everyday site only giving you release dates.
You can follow me on Twitter or any of the links above.
Latest posts by Chris (see all)
- Design and Sample Production for the Next ARCH Shoe - March 26, 2018
- Nike LeBron XV LMTD BHM | Authentic Verification – ARCH-USA - March 21, 2018
- adidas ‘Shadow Knit’ Tech is not the Update Needed To Push NMD Forward - March 13, 2018