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In the early ’90s, over 70% of New Balance production was out of its North American factories. Nowadays, that number has dwindled to around 25%, making “Made in USA” produced sneakers that much more special. Crafted in the New Balance Lawrence factory, this version of the 1400 comes with a rugged beige pigskin suede leather upper sourced from WOLVERINE Leathers, and features the tried-and-true New Balance ENCAP technology. You can grab a pair here from mita sneakers in Japan for ¥20,700 JPY (approximately $260 USD).