New Balance Spring/Summer 2010 Collection

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New Balance might not get enough love from the sneaker culture in the US, only being associated with old people who ‘need something comfortable for their afternoon walks.’ But overseas, NB is killing it as one of the staple brands in their footwear arsenal. As a 103-year-old brand, it wants to really step it up a notch for the new year.  Seeing what’s in store for the Fall/Winter collection at COMPASS, we can get a look at the roster for the first half of 2010.  Reviving a bunch of classics from the vault, along brand new models and revamps of other popular models, the Spring and Summer collections is looking at about a whole lot of models and colorways; about 120 variations in total! Talk about emphasizing its heritage. Check out some of the more noticeable pairs, while you can view the extensive collection at NewBalanceLive

new-balance-2010-spring-summer-28New Balance GM500BWS

new-balance-2010-spring-summer-27New Balance M150WM

new-balance-2010-spring-summer-26New Balance M360RW

new-balance-2010-spring-summer-25New Balance M360WH

new-balance-2010-spring-summer-24New Balance M510BTI

new-balance-2010-spring-summer-23New Balance M754BCC

new-balance-2010-spring-summer-22New Balance M574SKW

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