The New Balance 997 Also Releases In A City of Angels Colorway

If you’re a fan of the new look Los Angeles Clippers then this colorway of the New Balance 997 may be right up your alley. Matching the “City of Angels” colorway of the New Balance OMN1S that also released this week, this Clippers-inspired New balance 997 features a heavy dose of black suede throughout the upper with double stacked “N” logos in red and blue for that Clippers flair. The New Balance branding on the tongue and heels has also been done in blue and red with silver accents with a black and grey ENCAP-infused midsole wrapping things up. Get an official look above and grab this New Balance 997 at select NB retailers now for $230. Continue reading

Earth Tones Converge On The New Balance 997S

Highlighted by the Bodega and Concepts collaborations that released earlier this year, the New Balance 997S is showing that is can get the job done all on its own. Up above we bring you a look at a new earth-toned colorway of the New Balance 997 Sport which an array of colors that include teal, bright blue, navy, neon green, beige, brown, and orange. The mesh, suede, and leather is joined by white accents on the laces, “N” logo, and the heel counter. An off-white ENCAP midsole and a gum rubber outsole complete the look on this New Balance 997S that is available at select retailers now for $110. Continue reading

The New Balance OMN1S City of Angels Releases This Week

New Balance Hoops returns this week with another new colorway of the New Balance OMN1s, this time with the City of Angels rendition. The sixth of seven colorways to release over the remainder of 2019, this New Balance OMN1S features a striking black & white colorway makeup with blue and red accents. This pair will be Kawhi Leonard’s sneaker of choice moving forward when the Clippers don the team’s signature black and white City Edition uniforms. Kawhi Leonard plans to wear the “City of Angels” colorway for the first time on Thursday, December 19th against the Houston Rockets. Continue reading

Release Date: END. Clothing x New Balance 997 Persian Rug

END. Clothing teams up with New Balance to release a special iteration of the New Balance 997 inspired by the traditional Persian rug.

The END. Clothing x New Balance 997 Persian Rug starts off with a Rumba Red upper that is then contrasted by the Navy and Cream colored panels. Giving it a luxe aesthetic is the premium suede, leather and mesh construction. The Made in USA sneaker also comes with custom insoles covered in a traditional Middle Eastern pattern and a sole equipped with ENCAP technology to assure plenty of support and comfort. Continue reading

A Heavy Dose Of Purple Hits The New Balance 998

If you’re a fan of New Balance then this new colorway of the New Balance 998 is sure to catch your attention. This 998 is of the “Made In USA” variety and is highlighted by its heavy use of purple. The sleek lightweight runner is covered in a couple of different shades of purple on the upper which has been constructed out of a combination of suede, mesh, and leather. Black detailing is then seen on the side panels and tongue to break up the tonal look. Purple leather “N” logos on the side panels, silver detailing on the heel, a white ABZORB midsole, and a black rubber outsole cap things off on this new Balance 998 that is available at select retailers now for $220. Continue reading

Out Now: New Balance 991 NKR Made in England Black Red

Check out this new colorway of the New Balance 991. Done in a clean Black and Red color scheme, the Made in England sneaker comes dressed in a  Black mesh and premium nubuck upper accented by the subtle Red and White accents noted on areas such as the branding, heel and tongue. “N” branding is placed on the side panels. a “991” hit is spotted on the heel, while an Off-White midsole with Abzorb tech completes the look. Now up for grabs, the New Balance 991 NKR Made in England Black Red can now be found at select retailers such as Eleven. via: Eleven

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