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Cotton takes multiple forms in the Jazz Court RFG, namely in the canvas used for the upper and in the thread used for the true sidewall stitch that holds it all together.
Jute is a natural plant fiber that can be spun into strong threads, so beyond its earthy appearance, its durability plays an important role in the Jazz Court RFG.
The shoe's sockliner is crafted from sheep’s wool.
The collar lining’s rich navy hue comes from a natural dye made from the gardenia flower.
The Jazz Court RFG's classic midsole is made from 100% Lactae Hevea. Daily use and exposure to the elements causes its appearance to gradually evolve, making each pair more unique over time.
The ink used to stamp the sizing information on the insole labels? Two words: beet juice.
Eucalyptus-tree fibers were spun to create the textile for the shoe’s laces.
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The Saucony Jazz Court RFG is a big step toward a more sustainable future in footwear. Carefully crafted using only seven natural materials and zero plastic, we've blended classic shoemaking with modern manufacturing to create our most eco-friendly shoe ever.Shop Now