Since 1939 -when New Balance produced the very first pair of running shoes in its Boston factory- the company has been committed to domestic production.
Domestic Manufacturing 'is not only tradition, but still one of the most important building blocks in the corporate philosophy at New Balance - about a quarter of all shoes from New Balance are made in one of five factories on the east coast of the United States to the highest standards.
Dropping in August:
The Distinct Collection New Balance now delivers again a clear proof of the excellent quality of the models with the label "Made in USA".
997 - New Balance published as part of the Made in USA Distinct Collection update the Heritage Classic in the OG colorway. The M997PR offers the noble material mix of black premium suede and the finest smooth leather that has been accented with orange details on the heel and on the sole.
1300 x Cone Mills - Since 1891, the U.S. company, Cone Denim Mills is one of 'the world's leading manufacturers of luxury denim. The factory in Greensboro, North Carolina is known for her Selvedge Denim '. In a complex weaving a larger quantity fabric is dense woven to make the jeans more resistant. The 1300 appears in August with a buttery Selvedge Denim / Nubuck Upper, high-quality leather trim on the tongue and heel, which form a perfect contrast to the ivory white ENCAP ® midsole of the M1300CD.
996 - Last but not least, also sets the update of the M996 in terms of quality and processing new standards. With the M996PR, Brick Squad 'released the New Balance Heritage silhouette for fall with a partially perforated Pigskin Upper, which is set through subtle detailing in dark gray and brick red sole and stylish scene.
The Made in USA Distinct Collection is available in selected stores from August.
Other styles available now ranging in price…around mid-upper $100s
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