The RW Takeaway: Merrell and Honey Stinger teamed up to release a sweet limited edition of Agility Synthesis.
Honeycomb pattern upper Functional and ecological characteristics Bloom responsive foam midsole Rewards sell out quickly, so defeat the swarm
I am a fan of inedible foods. And I can’t be alone Think: sugar cookie scented candles, avocado pet costumes, burrito blankets, and pumpkin spice – everything. And the staff at Runner’s World love the Honey Stinger Waffle; they were voted 1st in our energy bar tasting test. Branded Shoes
So when Merrell and Honey Stinger teamed up on a trail shoe, Merrell’s Agility Synthesis and other staff members asked, “But why?” I replied, “Why not?” What may appear to be synchronicity is actually a perfect combination of gears and fuel. Sure, you can’t eat these shoes, but snacking on hex gummies or mini waffles for energy on the go while wearing Honey Stinger sneakers is fine. So, Meta.
Rest assured, the only sticky thing about Agility Synthesis is the rubber sole, which has 5mm studs. The soft and responsive Bloom foam midsole is made up of 10% biomass from algae, a biofuel that Merrell says “cleanses and restores the environment when harvested.” In fact, the TPU laces, toe box and heel are made from recycled materials. And although the shoe is decorated in a honeycomb pattern, the Agility Synthesis is also vegan. Shoes And Sneakers
Best Sneakers, The shoe sold out after its release in mid-September, but Merrell recently stocked the shoe on merrell.com. But judging by the way we runners have hive minds when it comes to snagging food-themed limited edition running shoes (sad to see you go so fast, Brooks Melts Collection and Merrell x Dogfish Head), this one new batch probably won’t. Kacamata Rayban