New Balance's "Caviar and Vodka" Pack Gets a Release Date

“Point Nine” hybrids of the 770, 991 and 1500.

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New Balance moves into the lap of luxury with a new “Caviar & Vodka” pack featuring “Point Nine” hybrids of the 770, 991 and 1500 models. The three-shoe pack brings premium materials to updated versions of classic New Balance silhouettes, which are offered in three luxurious colorways that reference its gourmet theme.

The 770 features a vodka-inspired crisp white color scheme with hints of grey and an icy outsole. The 991 sports a rich brown/black leather colorway inspired by caviar and the 1500 takes cues from classic caviar tins with a bright blue/gold/black scheme. All hybrid models feature a 990v3 midsole for ultimate comfort and support.

The New Balance “Caviar & Vodka” pack will release on June 2 at New Balance’s web store and NB retailers worldwide. For more culinary-related shoes, Shake Shack teamed up with Allbirds on a limited-edition sneaker.

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