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New Balance Treats the 580 to a Fade for Its 20th Anniversary

Nothing classic about the classic’s latest colorway.

It’s been 20 years since the release of the original New Balance 580, making it a well-established classic at this point just about everywhere. To celebrate the sneaker’s timeless design, the brand has been dropping new experimental colorways all year including a collaboration with mita and a tuxedo-inspired silhouette. Originally designed for off-road trail running in 1996, the 580 continues to feature a full-contact sole but now with the added performance of REVlite technology. The latest colorway introduces some new engineering however, as it opts for a one-piece jacquard textile upper and a two-tone fade all around. Check out the lookbook above for a closer look. The model which comes in black/white and red/orange can be picked up online now for $120 USD. 

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