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Saucony Turns to New Dyeing Techniques in its Latest No-Plastic Sneaker

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Saucony released the second iterations of its “most eco-friendly shoe ever” Thursday. Like the original Jazz Court RFG that the running brand released in March, the two new colorways are made with zero plastic. Instead, a cotton and jute weave serves as the shoe’s base fabric, renewable lyocell fibers as the laces and stitching threads…

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