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New Balance 999 – Fall 2011 Colorways

July 8, 2011 BY / 0

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New Balance continues to excavate their vaults in search of new old favorites, the latest to join the fray for Fall 2011 a late-’90s runner that has all the character of their other classics from that decade.  The New Balance 999 has been reserved for special collaborative releases in recent years, models like the mita sneakers x Leftfoot ‘Feral Collection’ and Concepts’ recent ‘The Kennedy’ coming to mind as among the best from their respective years of release.  But this fall, expect all the OG colorways back with that unbeatable combination of suede and mesh, grey and black pairs set to hit retailers. In fact, these are fully available for purchase right now at the New Balance online store, so check out both below and don’t hesitate!










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