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New Balance M1300CL ‘Made in USA’ – Steel Blue

April 8, 2011 BY / 0

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Much is made about the classic Nike Air Max designs and their OG colorways that seem to be enjoying retro releases with increasing frequency, but here’s a relatively lesser known old school runner that’s a legend in its own right.  The New Balance M1300 debuted in 1985, so it actually predates the entire Air Max series, a fact that’s clear when you look upon the vintage styling that has given itself to become something of a casual standard.  This Steel Blue colorway is ‘Made in USA’ at NB’s New England factories with the kind of quality craftsmanship that can endure a quarter-century of ever-changing footwear trends.  Click through to get a better look at this original 1300 colorway and stick with Sneaker News for word on their release date.  via mita sneakers

 

 

 

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