New Balance creates the “Harajuku” colorway for its classic silhouettes
New Balance has officially revealed the “Harajuku” pack, with a 60s TV-inspired check patterns. The silhouettes in the collection includes the MTL575 and M1300 . The colorway is made of red and black geometric pattern on a mix material upper. A tonal “M1300” tag is placed at the top of the tongue over a bed of breathable mesh. At the sidewalls is a bold double-stacked “N” logo woven atop a black suede panel, while the rest of the uppers are wrapped in smooth red fabrics. The upper of the shoe consists of a set of light grey colored panels, grey colored panels and red patterned panels that create a contrast.It sports red, black and white tones, starting with a white tongue and toecap, a black suede heel counter and sidewall below, followed by red rubber overlays at the quarters. The collection is currently available at New Balance’s official website.
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