Thanks to its formula of aligning with impactful partners and manufacturing striking inline colorways, New Balance finds itself competing among the best of sportswear companies in the realm of footwear right now. Next up for the Boston-headquartered sneaker company is a fresh iteration of the Made-in-England New Balance 577 which has just dropped in a new “Desaturated Pack” colorway.
The color story for these lifestyle kicks is rife with earthy tones and vivid complements. Mesh underlays are smothered with a light beige hue and come packaged with a dark brown suede quarter panel and bold yellow “N” logos. More suede accompaniments are present along the forefoot and the heels, the former being drenched with a slightly more saturated beige while the latter is dyed in a purple tone. Bursts of orange also get a seat at the table here along the collars and branding on the tongues. Capping off the base layer’s design are white interior lining and lower heel counters. Midsoles split between silver and angelic color-blocking while the waffle soles are dialed to a solid black.
These multi-colored New Balance 577s are dropping soon through select shops like Sneaker District for €160 (approx. $188 USD).