New Balance Made In USA 997 Gets Printed With Camo Midsole

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New Balance‘s 997 range received a fresh update with its recently-revealed Bodega collaboration, and now the athletic brand’s “Made in USA” direction has presented yet another new version of the silhouette. The latest style from the premium line takes on a simple black colorway, allowing a camouflage-printed midsole to provide a striking contrast.

On the upper of the shoe, pigskin and mesh comprise the key fabrications while the brand’s usual double layer “N” logo is featured on the side panels. For optimal durability, New Balance’s ENCAP technology has been added to the midsole, which is constructed with EVA foam for maximum cushioning. The camo pattern marks the sneaker’s distinctive design and extends into the outsole as the sole touch of color.

New Balance’s 997 “Made in USA” sneaker is priced at $210 USD. It’s available to purchase now exclusively on New Balance’s webstore.

Yesterday, boutique brand Aimé Leon Dore revealed a teaser of its upcoming New Balance collaboration release as well.

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