Allyson Felix won gold in the Women’s 400 x 400m relay at the Tokyo Olympics today (Saturday, 7 August) – her 11th Olympic medal across five Games. She is now Team USA’s most decorated Olympian and fans are curious to know where to buy Allyson Felix’s Saysh shoe range.
Olympian has her own lifestyle brand – Saysh
She said: “For me, this brand represents so much more than simply the shoes we wear or compete in. It represents hope, acceptance, and the power to create change.”
After Allyson Felix created her own running shoe through Saysh, she has also launched her own range of lifestyle sneakers – Saysh One.
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Where to buy Allyson Felix’s Saysh One sneakers
After Allyson Felix was seen wearing her own pair of Saysh running shoes during the Tokyo Olympics, fans were curious to know where they could buy Saysh One.
Fans of the Olympians’ footwear will be pleased to hear the Saysh One shoes are available to pre-order on the Saysh website.
The leisure-style sneakers are priced at $150 and are available in three colours – black, cream and powder blue, which is similar to the colour Felix has worn throughout Tokyo 2020.
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Allyson Felix auctions Olympic shoes
Earlier today (Saturday, 6 August), Felix won her 11th Olympic medal, a gold for her part in winning the women’s 400 x 400m relay.
Felix became the most decorated woman in Olympic track history when she won bronze in the 400m on Friday night. Today’s gold now sees her pass Carl Lewis to hold the most track medals of any US athlete in history. Of her 11 medals, seven are gold.
Announcing the running shoes were being auctioned, the footwear brand wrote: ‘Saysh invites you to own a piece of sporting history to support sporting futures.
“Saysh has created a one-of-one pair of racing spikes and a one-of-one piece of digital art to celebrate a one-of-one athlete: Allyson Felix.”