New Balance

First established in 1906 as the "New Balance Arch Support Company,” New Balance founder William J. Riley began making arch supports and prescription footwear to alleviate foot pain. By 2003, the company was ranked third among athletic shoe manufacturers, with an 11 percent share of the market.

The New Balance 999 Turns 20 With Two Re-Engineered Editions
New Balance Taps Urban Research for a Blacked-Out CM620
New Balance Stays Classic With the Newest Arto 358 Offering
BEAMS Marks Its 40th Anniversary With a New Balance 1400 Release
The Latest New Balance 999 Offerings in Greyscale
New Balance Trailbuster Re-Engineered
New Balance Is Closer to Winning a Buy-America Requirement for the U.S. Military
New Balance's Trayvon Bromell Shares His Love of Speed on Both Tarmac and Tartan Tracks