As of late, the New Balance 574 has been active on the collaborations front as it was recently revealed via a team-up with Salehe Bembury and eYe COMME des GARÇONS Junya Watanabe MAN. However, it’s ready to delve back into its inline category as it has just brought light to its next chapter — the New Balance 574v2. First up for the new offering is this “Pink Glo” colorway shown above that bears multi-colored uppers that are orchestrated in mismatching fashion.
The overall shape of the model is fairly similar to its original, making the most noticeable differences visible through its various branded areas, heel tabs and the shapes of its overlays. On the right shoe, a chocolate-y brown hue dons the quarter panel and comes surrounded by flashy hits of purple collars and toe boxes, yellow forefoot overlays, blue panels on the throat, dusty green heel overlays and interior liners that are dyed to a Kermit-esque green. The left side deviates with army green quarters, has hot pink collars and toe boxes and comes neighbored by red overlays adjacent to the laces, electric blue toe tips and gray interior liners. Traditional “N” logos are stationed on the lateral walls, but the medial sides usher in an oversized “NB” embellishment.
You can cop these now on the New Balance site for $90 USD.
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