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Named after the Saucony Creek that flows past the brand's original Kutztown, Pennsylvania, factory, the venerable footwear company (now based in Boston) has been making athletic shoes since 1898. This sneaker is made to go the distance (meaning when you aren't pairing the shoes with dresses or jeans, you can actually run in them)—and this tonal suede version can be found here and only here. When you select your size, "H" equals a half size.
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