Nike SB and the P-Rod III aren’t the only ones celebrating Cinco De Mayo this year. Saucony Originals is also joining in on the festivities with this special Jazz Low Pro part of their World Celebration Series. Some of you may recall the St. Patty’s Day Jazz Low Pro’s we’ve showed you in March which are also part of the afromated series.
Anyway, back to these, the Saucony Originals Jazz Low Pro World Celebration “Cinco De Mayo”. Celebrating the day in which Mexico defeated France in 1862, this Jazz Low Pro features white leather around the toe and on the midfoot, white nylon on the toe and mid-section, and green leather on the heel. Completing the color’s inspired by the Mexican flag is a red nylon tongue and a red Saucony logo along the side of the upper with gold filling in the cutouts in the logo and acting as contrast stitching throughout the entire upper. Some other nice detailing on this Jazz Low Pro “Cinco De Mayo” is the sombrero graphic added to the tongue tag and the name of the Mexican state Puebla also on the tongue tag. For those who don’t know Puebla, COAH Mexico is where the Battle of Puebla took place in 1862, the battle in which Cinco De Mayo honors. Just in case you forget what year it was, and the date in which it ended, the year is printed in gold with Cinco De Mayo printed above it on a pair of red insoles.
Select Saucony Originals distributors such as Zappos have the sneakers in stock now, so if you’re interested hit em up and grab yourself a pair.