Verdict from 99 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Comfortable: Most buyers share that the Saucony Jazz 4000 feels cozy even when worn all day.
  • Retro: Many reviewers love the vintage style of this sneaker.
  • Premium: Like most Saucony sneakers, this model is made with premium materials, some wearers have noticed.
  • Airy: Numerous buyers love the lightness this sneaker feels on their feet.
  • Versatile: A handful of owners mention that they wear this kick on streets and gyms.
  • Affordable: Saucony sells this at a budget-friendly price range.

1 reasons not to buy

  • Traction: A couple of critics share a comment on the unreliable grip of the Saucony Jazz 4000.

Bottom line

The technologically upgraded Saucony Jazz 4000 pays homage to Saucony's best-selling profile - the Saucony Jazz Original. This kick retains the vintage appeal of its predecessor while upgrading the comfort and quality. Without the need to spend too much, this version gives the wearers a smoother ride and flashy style.

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User reviews:

Saucony Jazz 4000: Vintage sneaker with modern comfort

Saucony Jazz is one of the most popular profiles in the brand's arsenal. It displays a classic, simple, and adaptable style, which allows it to be one of the favorite base models of various collaborations and experimentations. 

Adding another member to the impressive Jazz's lineup is the Jazz 4000. This running-inspired sneaker updated the 80s vintage running model with a 90s tech and look.

What can one expect from the Saucony Jazz 4000?

There are a few updated features found on the Saucony 4000. Instead of using the conventional nylon found on its ancestor, this model uses mesh and synthetic suede for better breathability. To add a pop of hue, Saucony used a colorful stripe design on the side. And to further enhance its retro vibe, this sneaker has 90-appropriate "Jazz" embroidery on its heel.

Down below, the brand used EVA cushioning for lightweight, soft comfort. Meanwhile, the rubber outsole has a triangular pattern that helps you propel to your destination without slipping. And to complete the retro look, an oversized Saucony branding is found on the sole.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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