The New Balance 247v2 Takes a Tour of Singapore in Latest Lookbook

The latest iteration of the silhouette is here.

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Serving as the next evolution of New Balance‘s popular 247 silhouette, the 247v2 updates the model with a more substantial upper design, including a single piece toebox, molded TPU eyerow and collar, and a sprung sock construction. To show off the new design and the assorted available colorways, New Balance took to the streets of Singapore highlighting iconic, color-rich locations including the Golden Mile Complex and Redhill Station. 

Check out the gallery above for a detailed look at the silhouette and find out more about the brand’s ‘Kinetic City’ campaign, head over to the New Balance site. The 247v2 is available worldwide and is currently retailing at $90 USD.

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