Give your little one a sneaker that's engineered to keep up with their demanding play style in the new Baby Jazz Athletic Shoe from Saucony! Schoolyards beware! They'll be unstoppable in this stylish easy-on sneaker. Designed with the same care put into adult Saucony styles, the Baby Jazz Athletic Shoe features durable nylon and suede uppers with a hook-and-loop strap closure for hassle-free on and off.Available online at JourneysKidz.com!
- Nylon uppers with suede overlays
- Soft microfiber lining
- Padded collar for added comfort and support
- Hook-and-loop closure for fuss-free on and off
- Cushioned footbed ensures lasting comfort
- Durable rubber outsole with triangular lug design delivers flexible traction
1898: Saucony is founded by four business men on the banks of the Saucony Creek in Kutztown, PA where they produce their first shoes for children.
1910: Abraham Hyde opens a shoe store called A.R. Hyde & Sons. The company manufactures ""carpet slippers"" made from rug remnants which proved to be very popular.
1932: Hyde adds his first sport-specific footwear, ""pleasure skates"", for ice skating.
1938: The athletic line grows to include baseball shoes, roller boots, and bowling shoes.
1942: During World War II, the Hyde Co. creates Army Boots.
1963: The company produces the boots worn by the first American astronaut to walk in space.
1968: After acquiring Saucony Shoe Manufacturing Company, Saucony running shoes become a closely kept secret for 10 years.
1977: Saucony shoes are recognized by a small group of serious runners and receive an award given by a US magazine. The resulting publicity establishes Saucony's name and the ongoing reputation for high quality and innovative technical performance.
1980: Saucony introduces the first slip lasted running shoe, the Trainer 80.
1981: Launch of the Jazz O, the most popular shoe in Saucony history.
1987: First technical walking shoe.
1991: First midsole technology to offer both cushioning and stability.
1993: First molded EVA dual density midsole.
As Saucony moves forward and continues to establish itself as a leading technical running company it is also placing a renewed dedication into the retro fashion category that is Originals. Built around the Jazz O, we have a number of authentic running shoes that have been brought back to celebrate our glorious past. From the Courageous to the Trainer 80, they have all played a significant role in Saucony's authentic running history.