Lifestyle offerings from New Balance have seen a noticeable uptick in popularity, and so the brand is making efforts to relish in its garnered spotlight by pumping out serious numbers of new variations this season. The latest to be brought to the forefront is the Made-In-UK New Balance 1500 which has just launched in an ultra-clean white and silver colorway.
Starting out from the top, the low-slung silhouette is manufactured with a near-monochromatic look by applying angel-like leathers that make up the base layer’s paneling. To complement this, the New Balance design team calls upon subtle silver accents which form the 3-D shadow-like backgrounds of the mid-foot’s “N” branding, as well as the Made-In-England lettering atop the tongues and “1500” notations that are embroidered onto the lateral heels.
If you work your way down to the foundational section, one can notice the midsoles have been given a colorless theme to match the upper, and come offset with a metal grey mold and branding hit that both park themselves in the rear.
Those interested in adding these versatile kicks to their rotation can do so now by purchasing through select retailers like Hanon for £160.00 (approx. $220 USD).
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