New Balance 247 "Classic" Collection Keeps It Clean and Simple

Timeless colors for the entire family.

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Debuting just four months ago, New Balance‘s newest 247 model is going “Classic” for its latest delivery. Keeping it clean and simple, this collection includes timeless colorways in black, white, and gray for both men and women, as well as a matching infant version in the black color scheme. The understated silhouette sees a mesh-constructed upper, foam synthetics on the side panels and heel counter, signature “N” logo branding in a contrasting color for men’s, and a tonal 3M “N” logo for the women’s version. A crisp white midsole and black/gray outsole round out the classic look, while a low-cut bootie construction ensures ultimate comfort and support to carry you through the day. The New Balance 247 “Classic” retails for $80 USD for the men’s and women’s version and $50 USD for the kid’s edition. You can find them at retailers such as Feature Sneaker Boutique tonight at 12 a.m. EST, March 4.

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