The New Balance 1500 London Marathon comes dressed in a Black suede and White mesh upper. Adding some color to the shoe is the Green leathers noted on the ankle in addition to the side of the heel and side panels. One notable feature is the midsole which is covered in a pattern consisting of the “diverse multiculturalism” of the capital.
Above you will get a sneak peak at the upcoming Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance Collection. Recently revealed by the New York-based streetwear brand, the collab includes two colorways of the New Balance 997. Each pair comes with a White mesh base paired up with Grey pigskin suede. The first pair is contrasted by Yellow, Navy Blue, and Pink hues, while the second pair comes with hits of Purple, Pink, and Blue.
Images above also show the matching apparel from the collection that includes t-shirts, hoodies, fleece cardigans, and running shorts with New Balance’s signature phrase, “The Intelligent Choice.”
A lot of us want the Bodega x New Balance 997S No Days Off. Most of us don’t own them. That being the case, we hope that collab opened up your eyes on how fire this New Balance model is. There’s plenty on in-line colorways to choose from that are readily available as we speak. Enter the New Balance 997S Moroccan Tile.
This nee colorway of the model comes dressed in a two-tone Blue and Purple mesh upper contrasted by the premium White leather quarter panels housing the three-dimensional N logo. A Magenta hue is noted on the heel, the N logo and as well as on parts of the ENCAP-equipped sole which is done in an off-White colorway. This pair may not be a collab, but that doesn’t make it any less fire. Out now, pick up the New Balance 997S Moroccan Tile at select retailers like Sneaker District for the retail price of $130.
This new three-way collab drops in a few days. Dubbed the WHIZ Limited x mita x New Balance MS574 v2 For The Night gives the MS 574 V2 a modern and futuristic finish.
The WHIZ Limited x mita x New Balance MS574 v2 For The Night comes dressed in a Black upper offset by the bold hits of color constructed out of mesh and durable suede/nubuck overlays. The grid pattern on the midsole adds even more of a futuristic look to the shoe. The dual-colored laces, Red outsole, mismatched insoles are also integral parts of the shoe’s very unique look.
With Easter being right around the corner, the New Balance 997 English Lavender should definitely be on everyone’s radar this Spring season. Ideal for the upcoming holiday, this new New Balance 997 offering comes dressed in a tonal Lavender color scheme constructed out of premium suedes and leathers. More of the same hue is found on the lining, laces and branding and extends down to the ENCAP-equipped sole unit. For those looking to add some color to their wardrobe, you can now pick up the New Balance 997 English Lavender from select retailers for $225.
END. retailer and New Balance link up to release the END. x New Balance X-90 Purple Haze Pack. The new pack will include three new iterations of the New Balance X-90 model all taking inspiration from incense and its ancient relaxation properties.
Shown above, the pairs from the END. x New Balance X-90 Purple Haze Pack comes dressed your choice of muted tonal Grey finishes, or even a more bold-ish tonal Purple finish. Each colorway is chosen to reference the different uses of incense across generations, ranging from the free-loving 1960s to the “hedonic fog” of the 1990s. The shoes from the pack will also come in a custom box complete with END x New Balance’s signature incense sticks and a co-branded incense holder (not pictured).