While hype and resale fuels the current retail market, there are still footwear gems under the radar for true sneaker lovers. Such are the items we wish to highlight in Under the Baedar, a series dedicated to stylish, shoppable picks that you won’t find on every sneakerhead.
This round is dedicated to the Saucony Shadow 6000, a silhouette inspired by trainers of the ’90s that style well with today’s flares, cargos and mini skirts.
These incredibly comfy kicks are the perfect dad shoe, while carrying a refreshingly understated aesthetic that subverts the often over-designed sneakers favored by the masses.
The shoe’s black and silver colorway is a standout among the navy and white makeups. With a neutral base and splashes of black, the model is an ideal accompaniment for dark-hued wardrobes as they transition into the summer months. Grab a pair at Saucony now for $100 USD.
Elsewhere in footwear, Converse unveils three utility-inspired silhouettes.