Sneakersnstuff Debuts New Balance 577 "Grown Up" Collaboration

Dressed in a “Sand” colorway.

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Following on from its recent take on the adidas Originals Temper Run, footwear retailer Sneakersnstuff has now turned its attention to New Balance‘s 577 silhouette. Titled “Grown Up,” the new sneaker is a reference to growing up and, particularly, Sneakersnstuff’s journey over the past 20 years.

The Made in England sneaker is dressed in a “Sand” pigskin suede upper, with navy branding and detailing as well as touches of grey and pink embroidery. Elsewhere, the sneaker boasts an ENCAP midsole and a durable XAR-1000 rubber outsole.

Take a look at the sneaker in the gallery above, and expect it to arrive at Sneakersnstuff’s web store and locations across the world on August 24.

In other footwear news, check out New Balance’s Milky Way-inspired M998.

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