Firmament, hanon, 24 Kilates & Sneakersnstuff Reintroduce the New Balance CT300

Originally released back in 1979, New Balance’s CT300 recently resurfaced with the brand’s

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Originally released back in 1979, New Balance‘s CT300 recently resurfaced with the brand’s contemporary RevLite sole unit as the CRT300. Now the OG – New Balance’s first-ever tennis shoe and one offering superior cushioning and durability – is back for 2014 thanks to collaborative endeavors with some of the most renowned sneaker spots on Earth. Handcrafted at NB’s Flimby factory in the UK, the kicks see premium construction and luxurious materials. Look for limited edition makeups from the likes of Firmament, hanon, 24 Kilates, and Sneakersnstuff to drop in the near future and stay tuned for an in-depth look at each of the collaborations.

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