New Balance has unveiled a brand new iteration of its Made in US 1300. After dropping an airy white colorway of the silhouette just six days ago, the American footwear label has opted for a lush gray update with bold yellow accents this time around.
Starting at the top of the shoe is a woven New Balance tongue tag, set over crisp white laces that cover the forefoot. Most of the shoe’s uppers are dominated by a dark gray shade, built using a mix of suede and mesh for textural contrast. At the heel is a bright red leather panel embroidered with “New Balance,” while the sidewalls come with New Balance’s double-stacked “N” logo in a fluorescent yellow hue. All of these details rest over a crisp white ENCAP midsole for added comfort and support.
New Balance’s Made In US 1300 is currently available on the label’s website for $200 USD.
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