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New Balance 576 ‘Flimby Factory 30th Anniversary’ – Detailed Images

June 14, 2012 BY / 2

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Fans of their classic runners seek out New Balance sneakers with ‘Made in UK’ tags because the quality that comes from the Flimby Factory in Cumbria, England are among the consistently highest quality releases from any brand.  Flimby celebrates 30 years of crafting New Bals this summer with a trio of one of their best-loved silhouettes specially designed by longterm employees at the factory.  The New Balance 576 30th anniversary pack reminds us as much on its unique tongue tag, but the real draw here is the trio of working class colorways chosen by Andy Mandle (grey/red), Billy Edgar (brown leather) and Roy Bell (grey/navy) and their unique sockliners.  Click through to see more angles and look for these to arrive toward the end of Q3.  via FNG

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