The first Saucony factory was founded in 1898 at Kutztown, Pennsylvania, on the high banks of the Saucony Creek. In 1979 two of Saucony's running shoes were selected in the top 10 by Runner's World magazine and by the following spring the demand for the product had gone up 10 fold.
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.
Saucony Originals tick all the correct boxes for a modern trainer. They look great and are built for comfort.