The growing success of their classic running range in recent years has led New Balance to provide the sneaker buying public with a wider variety of their simple yet effective old school designs. And what better way to reintroduce a forgotten favorite than to bring it back alongside new variations in the same colorway to emphasize its evolution? The New Balance 620 ‘Past Present Future’ capsule borrows the idea Leftfoot and Streething used on their 574-centered collection last fall, this time utilizing a much more obscure 1970s release as the foundation for upgrades in construction (the sonically-welded MS620) and performance tech (the cutting edge ML620). Check out all three after the jump, let us know where the original ranks against the revisions and stick with Sneaker News for updates on this April 2012 release.
I am a long time Jordan head that recently started copping an occasional New Balance here and there, and what I realize is that the New Balances are just more wearable with there simple yet elegant and comfort designs. I especially enjoy the UK and US produced classics as they are made of Superior materials and real leather unlike many of todays most coveted sneakers shown on this site.