It's been a big year for Saucony - the running sneaker brand has been dropping a diverse variety of themed collabs, and with this summer's release, it's clear that they fortunately won't be letting up.

The latest retailer to collaborate with Saucony will be UK-based Offspring. As a part of Offspring's 20th anniversary celebrations, Offspring will be joining the train of Olympic celebrations by offering a 3-pack of sports themed Saucony Shadow 5000s.

Celebrating track and field accomplishments, the collaboration will tap into the theme of victory; each of the 3 sneaker's uppers will come in one of gold, silver and bronze themed colorways. Minor details such as metallic toes, premium nubuck uppers, woven braded laces and metal aglets give the shoes a winning luxury feel. On the tongue, you'll find an "OFFSPRING Covent Garden 1996" logo imprinted, paying homage to the year of momentous sports achievements in places like Wimbledon and the '96 Olympic Games.

The pack will be available starting July 30 in sizes 4-11 at select OFFSPRING retailers and online for approximately $130 USD.

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