New Balance's Rainier Low Silhouette Gets a Caramel-Like Color Scheme
Crafted with Vibram traction.
New Balance has just presented the latest colorway of its high-riding Rainier Low silhouette, opting towards a caramel-like color scheme for those looking for an outdoor-ready option that holds casual, everyday-wear capabilities.
It’s no secret that New Balance’s mainline of footwear models dips its toe into a pond of uniqueness from time to time. Models such as the 9060 and 650 have proven to be silhouettes that serve more purposes than casual style. Designs like these have been consistently used for outdoor excursions and generalized exploration thanks to their overarching comfortability and support.
The same can be said for New Balance’s Rainier Low. Standing as an updated version of the brand’s classic 1982 trail shoe, the Rainier Low is NB’s latest high-top option that can be worn across off-road terrains and on long walks. This latest offering of the shoe appears with a brown color scheme, while nylon and leather fabrications cover the entire upper. Meanwhile, the collar sits slightly lower than usual, supplying more flexibility atop the stacked foam midsole and grippy Vibram traction.
You can take a closer look at the new Rainier Low iteration from New Balance above and it will be available to shop via the brand’s official website and with select retailers in the coming weeks.
In other news, check out the new Air Force 1 Low “Fireberry.”