The Japanese Artform Of Kintsugi Inspires This Saucony Shadow 6000

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Where to buy the Saucony Shadow 6000 "Kintsugi"

Saucony has gone across the Pacific for a Kintsugi-inspired pair of the Shadow 6000 that’s available now. Kintsugi is a Japanese art form that uses liquid gold to fix broken pottery where the seams of the crack initially were. Kintsugi teaches to embrace imperfections and flaws with the idea that something broken, once healed, will become stronger and better than it was before.

The sneaker uses a perforated nubuck base in teal with premium suede overlays seen in teal and grey throughout. Stitching made to look like cracks are seen throughout with Kanji lettering debossed on the leather tongue tag. A grey speckled midsole and a dark gum outsole finish off the sneaker.

The Saucony Shadow 6000 “Kintsugi” is available now on and at select retailers for $150. Check out the photos below and for all the latest drop dates, head over to our Sneaker Release Dates page.

Saucony Shadow 6000 “Kintsugi”

Release Date:Available Now

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