New Balance Gives Its 530 “Light Pink” and “Rose Gold” Updates

A premium look for a retro silhouette.

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New Balance’s 530 silhouette made its debut in the early nineties and was introduced as the brand’s most forward-thinking performance sneaker at the time. Almost three decades later, the retro silhouette remains almost untouched in terms of its craft, boasting the same technologies and materials as its 1992 original.

Retaining its focus on comfort, New Balance’s 2020 iteration houses suede leather and mesh in the upper, that sits atop the brand’s ENCAP midsole, ABZORB heel cushioning and a super-grippy rubber outsole. Dressed in a “Light Pink” and “Rose Gold”, each sneaker manages to ooze both luxury and class, while also remaining in-keeping with its classic retro roots.

Retailing at £80 (approximately $108 USD), New Balance’s “Light Pink/Rose Gold” 530 are available to buy now from the brand’s webstore.

In other sneaker news, New Balance has reunited with Casablanca for another iteration of the 327, alongside the lesser-known 237.

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