Complementing the shoe’s bright color-blocking is black nylon, which appears along the tongue, sidewalls and forefoot. Sitting at the top of the shoe is a light gray “NB” logo on the tongue, matching the same tone as the large “N” sign on the shoe’s body. To contrast its base material, the shoe’s colorful panels come in suede: teal near the ankles, purple at the forefoot, green at the toecap and pink at the heel. All of these details rest over a gray midsole that comes with a thinly treaded outsole for optimal traction and support.
New Balance’s 327 “Paradise Pink” is currently available on the label’s website for $90 USD.
In case you missed it, check out more of New Balance’s 327 in “Natural Indigo” and “Sour Grape” colorways.