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With a legacy of silhouettes behind them, the 99X line-up hailed from New Balance’s many efforts have surely reveled in the limelight for decades now, pushing its timeless design through years of changing trends. Very seldom do we see a brand new model from New Balance, but when we do get one it’s definitely a nice look for the brand. Now, NB is starting 2019 with a new shoe that has a dope unisex appeal that includes four options for men and three for the ladies. Basically, this pack delivers a little something for all NB heads to enjoy, male and female alike.

This new version of the classic 997 comes with GCEVA construction with a modernized outsole for a lightweight ride. Other details includes a synthetic leather and edge debs on the tongue and collar inspired by the original silhouette, the 997, along with a mix of suede, mesh, synthetic and leather details. With the 997H being streamlined for a contemporary, modernized look you’ll have no trouble throwing these into your rotation for instant wear. Synthetic leathers, suede, mesh, and various accents hold true to the ideals of the brand while its assortment of bright hues call back to previous colorways.

Get your pair of the New Balance 997H on February 2nd at Finishline.com. 

Hit “rewind” on New Balance’s latest silhouette, the X-90. Inspired by their 99X series, which has been in production since 1982, the X-90 is a fresh take on their 90’s styles with a chunky heel and the brand’s classic suede and mesh upper, but with modern touches such as their REVlite technology in the midsole. This bold, minimalistic look is current when it comes to trends and crazy comfortable, so don’t be surprised when you find yourself reaching for these shoes in your closet.

Get your pair of the New Balance X-90 at finishline.com on 8/1.

The 574 is one of the most iconic silhouettes for New Balance. For more than three decades, this style has been popular in the industry.

This year, New Balance will celebrate the 574 in its original colorway – grey. Coming to life in more than 20 cities globally on March 15th, New Balance “Grey Day” will not only celebrate the iconic sneaker, but the color in itself. Representing a fearlessly independent state of mind that came to define New Balance footwear.

The New Balance 620 was the first silhouette released with the all grey colorway in 1980, while the New Balance 990 continued that popular shade of grey in 1982. Since then, the color has made up many favorable New Balance silhouettes and is important to the brand’s heritage.

Make sure you check out New Balance “Grey Day” on March 15th and for more information connect at @NBLifestyle.