The release of the SAUCONY WOMENS JAZZ ORIGINAL reflects its originals of 1981 with its nylon upper, suede overlays and leather side branding and heel tab. Fair play to Saucony for releasing a 30-year-old model into the ever changing 21st century female fashion industry – this reissue is quite simply an attractive, comfortable and timeless shoe, so why not!

The two tone midsole is made up of white and pink. The pink is extremely effective as we believe the Jazz OG wouldn’t look as feminine without this dash of colour against the neutral colours of navy and white, we could suggest that these neutral colours highlight the vibrant girlish pink.  The Jazz OG comes with two sets of laces in navy and pink therefore you can play around with this striking feminine pink whether you want to highlight it or make it more of a subtle feature. This suits some of us girls considering we prefer the female colourways, however some of us prefer to be a little less ladylike, therefore this subtleness would make them appealing to both tastes.

Saucony have exclusively released the Jazz OG alongside the Master Control in the excellent Neon colourway that we reviewed recently. If you have read the review on the Master Control you will have seen the colourway maybe a little too much for some. The Jazz OG allows the brand to add some diversity to its collection.

The most effective feature of these trainers is their simplicity. Agreed their body is a combination of fabrics from nylon, to suede to leather. However they are so easily worn that to just change the laces would make you feel as though you were wearing a new pair of trainers. The Jazz OGs radiate understated style as well as comfort through the brands running technology. The Jazz OGs at first glance may not catch your eye like the bright-as-you-like Master Control but they are definitely a timeless classic that won’t die with any fashion trends.

The SAUCONY WOMENS JAZZ ORIGINAL in the Navy / Pink / White colourway are now available and can be found by clicking the link below.







By @jenniferhopex