Sneaker Politics has connected with Saucony for a collaboration which appears to be apart of a series. Inspired by the War of 1812, we have the Sneaker Politics x Saucony Courageous Battle of Nola ‘The Cannon’.
A bit of a history lesson, 200 years ago the Battle of New Orleans was the final chapter of the War of 1812 with the Americans and the British. General Andrew Jackson’s defense against the Britain’s were massive cannons that were painted in sky blue, this actually led to the cannons to be camouflaged. To this day the cannons are on display in Louisiana.
The Saucony Courageous featured comes with Cannon Blue through the base. Following is white hitting the midsole along with black hits. Additionally the tongue will feature the cannon. Releasing with a custom box, three sets of laces and stickers are included. The first 50 customers online will get treated to three gold pins; Cannon, P logo and the Jackson.
It appears that there will be another release between Sneaker Politics and Saucony but for the model at hand, the Saucony Courageous Battle of Nola ‘The Cannon’, they will release October 30th, 2015 which is tomorrow. They will go live at 11AM CST in-store and online. More images of Sneaker Politics latest collaboration can be seen below.
Sneaker Politics x Saucony Courageous The Cannon
October 30, 2015