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These latest New Balance 1500 White low price offering available in-store at Hype DC is this muted grey/tan/brown colourway. The tongue and collar sports perforated sued, while the rest of the upper is constructed with a combination of suedes and leather. The green highlights on the branding on the ankle and tongue tab add a nice touch also.
New Balance gives us a sneak peek of the new New Balance 1500 wholesale price colourways they have lined up for 2015. These ‘Made in England’ beauties are constructed from mesh, white leather and a navy suede upper with speckled heel midsoles. The pair features two colourways; emerald green with honey yellow accents, and avocado green with burnt orange accents.
New Balance release a spread of Made In England New Balance 1500 Grey online. Seen here in the Navy, grey, blue rendering, the wedged runner flaunts carefully balanced aquatic colour blocking throughout premium textiles.This new Made in England masterpiece shows why the 1500 is never far from the hearts of New Balance buffs. Cloaked in combat olive and anthracite with hits of vibrant safety orange, this smokey colourway doesn’t have to strain too hard to make an impact.
The first themed New Balance 1500 Teal Green Stock pack we have seen from the prestigious Flimby factories for 2014, get a load of the upcoming ‘Gentleman’s Choice Pack’. Comprised of two luxury leather executed 1500s, without even seeing these first hand it’s quite clear they have been caressed with the top-shelf treatment. Boasting heritage-appropriate inscription details on the tongues and two sensibly created Tan colour combinations, you can bet your bottom dollar these are gonna be lapped up by true NB aficionados.
New Balance coming through with the fresh Made In England New Balance 1500 Men's Black fashion today. We saw these a bit back when they first popped up in tandem with a stealthy olive and red edition, but now that they’re seeing some wider release love we though we’d take another gander. Blue and orange (blorange) go together real nice, kinda like popcorn and cola, or BBQ and beer, I guess that’s why they get so much dayum play on the sneaker scene.