Warmer days are starting to show up more consistently, so New Balance is responding to the seasonal shift by gradually unveiling an assemblage of summer-ready footwear colorways. We’ve seen the New Balance 990v4 show up in clean “White/Green” and “Cream” palettes in the last week, and now the New Balance 990v6 is getting its opportunity to shine in a fresh “Cream” color scheme.
This iteration falls under Teddy Santis’ creative direction for the brand’s ever-growing MADE in USA collection. Neutral tones take charge of its visual presentation, the most pronounced being a creamy hue that fills in the base layer’s mesh upper, leather overlays and the mid-section of its mudguards. Notes of silver accents poke out through the N logos, tongue branding and “990” badges that are positioned on the lateral heels. Suede heel and toe tip overlays contrast with their beige exteriors. More of the same essence arrives down below as the sculpted midsoles are split between cream and beige panels to round off its look.
A release date is still unknown, but you can expect New Balance and select retail partners to drop these in the upcoming weeks.
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