If you’re looking for a neck-breaker to cop this weekend then look no further than this new “Ether” colorway of the Saucony Grid SD.
This rose gold colorway of the SD Grid is inspired by Saucony’s roots in Boston as it takes on the appearance of the gold dome of the operating amphitheatre in the Bulfinch Building in Massachusetts General Hospital. It was the site of the first public demonstration of the use of inhaled ether as a surgical aesthetic on October 16, 1846, otherwise known as Ether Day.
Looking at the sneaker, we can see that it features a metallic rose gold upper with patent leather detailing and perforations on the toe and ankle. Rope laces and an off-white sole unit wrap things up. Cop your pair now at select Saucony retailers for $120.
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