New Balance’s 574 silhouette is arguably its most ubiquitous. Initially released back in 1988 as a technical running shoe, the 574 has gone on to become a popular everyday shoe of choice across the globe.
Now, fresh from the unveiling of its “574 Legacy” alongside eYe Junya Watanabe MAN, the Boston-based label drops its latest take titled the 547T, which arrives doused in rugged materials and seasonal shades, inspired by the outdoors.
A predominantly “Harvest Gold” leather upper is accompanied by pops of “Blaze”, which sits atop lightweight EVA foam cushioning and the brand’s epochal ENCAP midsole. A durable Cordura nylon and rubber toe wrap rounds things out, as does the unmistakable “N” branding on the side and tongue of each sneaker.
New Balance’s 574T “Harvest Gold/Blaze” is available to buy now from the brand’s online webstore, retailing at £80 (approximately $105 USD).
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