Kinvara 12 Lace Sneaker - Navy/Black/Yellow
An airy knit upper makes this sneaker lightweight and durable, and a reinforced toe and heel ensures it can go the distance. Its lace-up closure guarantees a secure fit, and antimicrobial lining cuts back on funk.
- New outsole with PWRRUN cushioning for a lightweight feel
- Flexible sole design to quickly transition from landing to take-off
- Engineered mesh for structure, stretch and enhanced breathability
- Traditional lace closure for a secure fit
- No-sew material application for a lightweight, seamless and flexible feel
- Antimicrobial lining that minimizes the risk of odor-causing bacteria
- Recycled PET linings
- Rubber at toe and heel for durability
- FORMFIT performance contoured footbed
- FORM2U memory foam technology in the footbed
- Non-marking rubber outsole for durability
Saucony Kids' Sizing Guide
Fun Facts about Saucony
Saucony's shoe boxes once had the phrase "sock a knee" printed on them, which represents the correct pronunciation of the company's name.
The Saucony brand logo represents the Saucony Creek's constant flow, and the boulders lining its creek bed.
The company is a popular racing shoe producer, making track spikes and cross country racing flats.
Saucony was founded in 1898 in Kutztown, Pennsylvania by 4 business men.
In the late 1960s, Saucony was purchased by Hyde Athletic Industries and moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In 2005, Saucony was acquired by Stride Rite Corporation.
In 2007, Stride Rite Corporation was then acquired Payless ShoeSource and the combined company became known as Collective Brands.
In 2012, Saucony, Keds, Stride Rite and Sperry Top-Sider, became part of Wolverine World Wide.