Balenciaga's Speed Trainer Is Available in Two More Colorways

Weighing in at just 240g.

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Balenciaga’s Speed Trainer made its debut in a clean black and white colorway last November, quickly dividing opinion due to its avant-garde laceless makeup. Now the minimalist design is back in new tonal white and grey/white colorways. Like the initial release, the sneaker boasts a knitted sock-like construction that’s placed atop of an innovative sole with shock absorption and memory capabilities. Weighing in at a mere 240g, the made-in-Italy shoe is a comfortable option for the warmer months and even possibly the gym, that is if you don’t mind running the risk of damaging a pair of $545 USD shoes. The sneakers are now available for purchase online.

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