October 22, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
New Balance has seriously ramped up their trail shoe production in recent years, hits like the MT580 allowing for the expansion of the 574-inspired line plus a variety of other new designs. But even if it’s benefiting from the trail-580’s success, you could pretty easily argue that the New Balance H710 is even more of an NB OG. Inspired by the classic Rainier and Allagash silhouettes, the H710 is back with a collaborative design from Oshman’s Sport Goods and mita sneakers that adds a small patch of Mexican blanket material to an otherwise black suede design. It comes together to create a warm look for the cold months, and you can see a huge run of detailed images after the jump. Let us know what you think about this Japanese exclusive and stick with Sneaker News for updates on the latest New Balance trail boots.
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