Sneaker Politics x Saucony Courageous “Battle of Nola”

In honor of the 200th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, Sneaker Politics have teamed up with Saucony for a special release of the Courageous.

The historic battle consisted of pirate Jean Lafitte, General Andrew Jackson and his American troops take on the British.

Sneaker Politics pays homage to General Jackson with a colorway that mimics his uniform. The upper is done up in navy and cream suede, as well as gold leather, while the tongue boasts perforated leather and a gold print of Jackson. The insoles feature both the American flag as well as the flag of Lafitte's Cartagena. And finally, a blood red outsole rounds out the collaborative release.

Each pair of the Sneaker Politics x Saucony Courageous "Battle of Nola" comes in a custom box, three sets of laces and three Battle of NOLA stickers. The first 50 customers will also receive three gold pins (Cannon, P logo and the Jackson).

It drops Nov. 16 in-store and online.

  • jungleants

    Yeah, a sneaker made in honor of andrew jackson. One of the biggest slave owner and native american killer that existed. If you guys are going to honor anyone with some shred of moral why not Kosciusko?