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Saucony is a legend in the sports shoe game. Although not as celebrated as some of its peers, the story of the company goes back to the 19th century. Its first factory was founded in 1898 at Kutztown, Pennsylvania, on the high banks of the Saucony Creek. In 1910, Russian immigrant Abraham Hyde started Hyde Athletic Industries , a shoe company in Cambridge, Massachusetts,. Over the years, Hyde became known for making athletic footwear including brands such as SpotBilt and PF Flyers; Hyde Athletic Industries bought Saucony in the late 1960s, and moved it to Cambridge. In the late 1990s, when Saucony became Hyde’s dominant brand, the name of the company was officially changed from Hyde Athletic Industries to Saucony. The philosophy is quite simple: At Saucony, they exist for runners. Runners inspire them, bring them new ideas, force them to be better. They drive the Saucony designs and engineering. They keep Saucony competitive. They keep ‘em hungry. Whether it’s in a conference room or out on a lunchtime run, the guys at Saucony are constantly talking about and arguing about their sport, runners and the products that fuel them. They love their products and they run in everything they make. This focus and passion fuels tem as they strive to create the best running shoes and apparel on the planet. They leave work each day knowing they’ve done everything to make runners’ lives just a little bit better. At Saucony, a good day is when they get to run. A great day is when they inspire someone else to run.