Ever since Footpatrol has gotten back on its feet, the boutique has been very busy with its collaborations. The latest is this beautiful collab with the Saucony Shadow 6000. The Shadow 6000 pays tribute to Footpatrol's neighborhood in London, Soho. Soho had a history of sex shops as well as night life but since then, the neighborhood has gone through much transformation with little remnants of those venues. However, it's still the area referenced for this collab. The sneaker has a mainly black upper with a neon blue mudguard and eyelets. Red highlights are on the heel and side of the shoe and sits on a speckled midsole.

The Footpatrol Shadow 6000 originally received a release date for Friday, May 3rd. Unfortunately, the FP team postponed the release until further notice. They didn't give an exact date but stated it will come out in 2013. Stay tuned to Complex Sneakers as more information comes in on the release. Till then, enjoy the photos and tell us what you think of the shoe.

[via SA]