New Balance Delivers a Burgundy & Navy 990v5 Made in US

Following a number of popular collaborations.

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Fresh off collaborations with Shoe City and EAT, Aimé Leon Dore, and BEAMS, New Balance delivers an in-line release of the 990v5 in a bold-f0r-the-model burgundy and navy colorway.

Here, the made in the United States sneaker gets doused in a mostly burgundy upper, with the only bit of navy appearing at the midfoot “N” logo, the heel tabs, and the ankle collars’ TPU plates. The pair is then finished off with a white and burgundy ENCAP® midsole and brown rubber outsole.

The New Balance 990v5 “Burgundy/Navy” is currently available at newbalance.com for $170 USD.

In other NB news, the brand recently revived the 993 in two OG colorways.

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