Saucony Originals Men’s Jazz Low Pro Vegan Fashion Sneaker,Grey/Red,11 M US

Saucony reworks their original classic into the Jazz Low Pro Vegan sneakers.Eco-friendly canvas and hemp upperLace-up front, padded collar and tongueTextile lining and cushioning insoleShock-absorbing low profile EVA midsoleXT-600(TM) triangular-lug rubber traction outsoleVegan

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(as of April 19, 2020 12:24 pm GMT+0200 - Details)

Saucony reworks their original classic into the Jazz Low Pro Vegan sneakers.
Eco-friendly canvas and hemp upper
Lace-up front, padded collar and tongue
Textile lining and cushioning insole
Shock-absorbing low profile EVA midsole
XT-600(TM) triangular-lug rubber traction outsole
Vegan

Comments

Greg says:

Poor material this time ive had two pairs before that made it to London and back and lasted a good 4+ years. I finally decided to replace them with the blue ones. After a week of wearing them the front of the toe has split and has started to fray. Photo shows how bad it has gotten…… otherwise a great shoe.

R. Bargine says:

A good casual sneaker option for vegans If you’ve been leatherless/vegan for any length of time, you probably know how difficult it can be finding a decent pair of shoes. The Saucony Jazz Vegan sneaker may very well be the solution you’re looking for. 

Kimberk says:

seriously saucony? very disappointed in this sneaker purchase. i would think that saucony uses higher quality materials to make these vegan sneakers. there is really no reason that these sneakers should look like this after less than 6 months! after checking some other reviews here on amazon, it appears i’m not the only person complaining about these sneakers and the material not holding. check out this pic! and here’s hoping that saucony will comment and stand behind their sneakers! i think i should get a…

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