The sneakers Allyson Felix wore when she won a record 11th medal in Tokyo are officially for sale

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The Saysh One retails for $150 a pair. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
The Saysh One retails for $150 a pair. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

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Her tenure as an Olympian may be over, but American Allyson Felix's name is forever cemented in the track and field history books. During the final days of the Tokyo Games, the 35-year-old became the most decorated American track and field medalist after taking home gold in the women's 4x400 relay. 

Felix couldn't have done it without the help of coaches, her family, teammates and of course, the brand new sneakers she wore in each competition.

Saysh, Felix’s community-centered lifestyle brand, are the makers behind the eye-catching trainers and you can officially own the exact same pair Felix donned during her time in Japan.

Designed by Natalie Candrian, the Saysh One’s lightweight construction combines woven jacquard textiles and microsuede detailing for a breathable, everyday sneaker. The design is sculpted to fit the shape and form of the female foot, with a single heel piece and a snug lacing system, yielding an elegant, graceful silhouette that’s comforting and attractive.

The Saysh One draws inspiration from the lines of a wrap dress, which accentuates the feminine shape through a flowing design that looks flattering and tasteful on any woman. The drapes of the same wrap dress evoke the lines of a track, something that holds a close place in Felix's heart.

Priced at $150 a pair, the Saysh One can be purchased at in three different colorways (natural, black and Athleta-exclusive hearth rose).

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