Miro x New Balance Numeric Brighton 344

January 30, 2013 BY / 2

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The name ‘Miro’ is a notable one in the sneakerhead world, as Air Jordan VII and New Balance 1500 colorups were created in the late-’00s in tribute to Spanish artist Joan Miró.  The latest sporting that name skips the colorful surrealism and focuses on a more practical artform, specifically the high-end notebooks produced by this Utah-based brand.  They’ve jumped on board with the upcoming New Balance Numeric skateboarding line, creating a special spiral bound 2013 catalog along with a Miro x New Balance Brighton 344 that utilizes the same felt material as the catalog’s cover.  Stick with Sneaker News to find out if New Balance’s new skate division issues collaborations at the rate of industry pioneer Nike SB and let us know what you think of this presentation after seeing more below.

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2 comments
sonnyjays
sonnyjays

f-ck, these look so good. numeric all day

Nonhyped
Nonhyped

I actually can't wait for the brand to release their products

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