Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan (updated colorways)

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Red

Hey everyone, sorry for the long hiatus.  I had some personal things to attend to and really couldn’t find the time to be on my VK business.  I’m sure you all were very anxious and worried about my absence.  Thought I would bring back an oldie but goodie.  We’ve featured the beloved Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan and we want to remind you these are still around, and fortunately they keep adding additional colorways.

More after the jump.  All are available at Zappos, but note that some colors overlap and others are gender exclusive (for instance the last five are available in women’s sizes only).  Enjoy!

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Green

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Blue

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Navy

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Grey:Navy

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Grey

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Black

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Blue Womens

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Green Womens

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vdgan PinkSaucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Orange

Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan Grey Purple

 

3 thoughts on “Saucony Jazz Low Pro Vegan (updated colorways)”

  1. Have always loved the look of these shoes, however I can never bring myself to buy a pair since I keep reading so many reviews saying how they just fall apart after very minimal wear. It’s annoying because the durability problem is down to the insistence on using stupid hippy stuff like hemp rather than modern synthetics.

    Just bought myself a pair of Tiger Sakuradas – similar style to the Jazz but I know they’ll last a hell of a lot longer.

  2. Hey Jim, thanks for your comment. I don’t have a pair so I can’t speak to the quality personally, but it seems that based on Zappos customer reviews most people are satisfied. Though I did see a few that said they do fall apart pretty quickly. That seems strange b/c Saucony are such a solid brand and this model isn’t new. Any other thoughts from people who have a pair of these?

  3. I’ve owned a pair of vegan lo-pros, and they fell apart after a year-and-a-half of solid use (i.e. wore them almost everyday, in the snow, for running).
    At about$ 40? I’d say they’re a good buy.
    I replaced them with vegan Bullets, and have no complaints about either.

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