New Balance 696 Deconstructed

Introducing New Balance's deconstructed version of their 996 sneaker. The "696 Reengineered" comes in this perforated tan suede finish atop NB's REVlite midsole that's lightweight and really durable. It's fitted with rawhide laces and a branded leather tongue tab. The...

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J.Crew x New Balance 998 Concrete Jungle Sneakers

J.Crew and New Balance continue their ongoing collaboration with the release of the 998 "Concrete Jungle" sneaker. It's inspired by the sights and sounds of a night out in the city and features a deconstructed camo colorway. With the design...

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J.Crew x New Balance 998 Independence Day Sneakers

J.Crew and New Balance continue their longstanding partnership, this time teaming up for these limited-edition 998 Independence Day sneakers. Designed in New York City and made in Maine, these 998's are really inspired by the proud history of American craftsmanship....

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J.Crew x New Balance 998 ‘Inferno’ Sneaker

J.Crew continues to develop some great brand partnerships, this time teaming up with New Balance for a limited edition run of the "Inferno" sneaker. Using the iconic NB 998's as a base, the Inferno comes in an exclusive colorway that's...

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Herschel Supply Co. x New Balance Shoe Collection

Herschel Supply Co. x New Balance Shoe Collection

Herschel Supply Co. & New Balance have teamed up for a collection consisting of both bags and shoes. We’ve got looks at the trainers first, which showcase some welcomed detailings to New Balance’s iconic 420 running shoe and H710 hiking boot. Look for Herschel’s signature lining to be found on the inside of each shoe as well as custom branding on the tongues and insole. Look for the goods to hit select retailers in the weeks ahead.

Burn Rubber x New Balance MT580

Burn Rubber x New Balance MT580

New Balance has always been known for making some pretty comfortable (and affordable) shoes. It’s just never been the sneaker of choice as we’re always turned to brands doing things a bit differently. The New Balance MT580 is usually released out of Asia with various collaborators but they recently teamed up with Detroit-based sneaker shop Burn Rubber, marking the first time such a collaboration has been brought through by the New Balance America team.

Burn Rubber’s rendition of the MT580 is really something special, as they really tackled the details and made the show their own by applying a shop colored theme and utilizing materials in ways we didn’t expect.

The custom designed argyle pattern that lines the inside of the shoe was created to incorporate all of the company’s branded colors. A reflective 3M material, originally developed to reflect light for night running, was also used throughout the mostly gray shoe to give the design another dimension. The majority of the shoe design is comprised of New Balance’s premium nubuck and gray mesh, and completed with a touch of patent leather and a classic gum sole.

No word on price yet but look for the Burn Rubber MT580 to be available through Burn Rubber (website and in-store) on November 26th.