While the New Balance 327 has only been on the market since March 2020 when it debuted alongside Casablanca, it quickly took the sneaker market by storm. It’s become a key player for the brand’s lifestyle footwear division, and it has added two coloways to its repertoire — the “Mushroom/Aluminum” and “Aspen/White” installments.
The “Mushroom/Aluminum” offering effectively blends neutral and earthy tones together. The lateral side is dialed to a muted gray and comes neighbored by oversized “N” logos that are dripped in white while the medial side and tongues are decorated with an angelic finish. Overlays that sit on the throat, heels and toe boxes are coated with the “Mushroom” hue, and a pop of blue shows face on the tongue and insole branding. Midsoles are given a vintage-y cream skin while the waffle soles are wrapped in a solid black.
Its release sibling carries identical bottom pieces, white medial panels, tongue/insole hits of blue and angelic “N” logos on the lateral side, but deviate with a louder accenting hue. Suede overlays and lateral sections take a more vivid route as they are both dipped in a bold “Aspen” hue.
Both pairs are available right now via New Balance for $100 USD a pop.
Previously, New Balance and Run the Boroughs revealed a London Marathon-Inspired MiUK 991 colorway.