These Retro Running Shoes are Inspired by the Look of Television Static

By: David Ingram - Nov 3, 2015
References: endclothing & sneakernews
Saucony Footwear and End Clothing have teamed together to create this creative shoe release that mimics the effect of television static.

The somewhat spooky sneaker release was inspired by white noise that is caused by television static from a missing transmission signal. The randomized electronic noise given of by analog televisions is beginning to become a thing of the past in the digital age, but this shoe recreates the look in an intriguing and nostalgic manner.

The retro running shoe silhouette is decked out in a grey pattern made from many different materials for a unique dotted look -- similar to one found on old white noise screens. A bleached aqua coloring helps to complement the static effect, and a static-patterned insole alongside reflective 3M laces help finish off the sneaker's overall theme.