New Balance 998 “Made in USA” – Grey – White – Blue | Spring/Summer 2013

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What a difference a tiny detail makes, especially when it comes to New Balance.  Fans of the no-nonsense running kings have noted for years that while the numbering scheme follows a fairly logical sequence, the company might be better off with more brandable names than what might to some seem as complicated as binary code.  Take for instance this ‘Made in USA’ New Balance 998 slated for early 2013: a model that bears a striking resemblance to a recent 997 release while also varying from the M998GNR OG colorup by just a few degrees.  Sneakerheads drawn to that kind of subtlety will be pleased that more variations on the timeless styles are coming up for the future, so have a closer look after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for release info on all these Bread and Butter Berlin previews.  via EUKicks

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