Saucony x END. Grid 9000 “Red Noise”
Following its first collaboration with the Saucony 9000 in “White Noise,” END. is back with another go at the Saucony 9000, this time with “Red Noise.” The second part of the series draws inspiration from Robert Brown’s theory of red noise: where there was the light, so must there be the dark. Naming the second collaboration red noise was a no brainer, “Where there was the light, so must there be the dark. A perfectly balanced partnership.”
“Red Noise” once again uses the GRID 9000 as a base and communicates the theme through a series of fleck-affected materials, with an upper constructed of woven cotton, felt, wool and ballistic nylon. Accented with an arresting white midsole, the red G.R.I.D cushioned sole unit completes the silhouette. Additional details come in the form of 3M reflective rope laces and END. branding to the lateral side panel.
Produced in a strictly limited run, the Saucony x END. Grid 9000 “Red Noise” will launch at 00.01am (GMT), Saturday 5th December 2015.
Text: Professor B