Here’s How to Cop Feature’s Saucony Shadow 6000 “Living Fossil”

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Brands: Feature x Saucony

Model: Shadow 6000

Key Features: Beryl-colored suede and nubuck upper paired with water-resistant panels, holographic accents for the traditional Saucony dots, gradient speckled outsole, alternating colored medial, two oversized stitched details at the forefoot and heel, and a special fossilized Saucony Wings logo woven label.

Release Date: June 22 (in-store), June 23 (online)

Price: $120 USD

Buy: Feature in-store via Feature Draw and online

Editor’s Notes: Las Vegas-based sneaker retailer Feature aligns with Saucony to reinterpret its Shadow 6000 silhouette, and it’s inspired by Nevada’s state fossil, the Ichthyosaur, which were large marine reptiles that existed millions of years ago.

The sneaker is defined by the key features listed above, and flaunts a dark green aesthetic to represent the water-based Ichthyosaur.

An extremely limited quantity is now available through Feature Draw, and the silhouette is accompanied by a small apparel capsule including dual-branded shorts, tees and a cap. Additionally, the sneakers will come with three lace options and a special pull-out box.

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