September 14, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
If you’re looking for the most classic of all running shoe aesthetics, suede and nylon is the way to go. This material set emerging in the 1970s is part of the runner’s elevation from just another leather lowtop to lightweight performance machine, and the New Balance 410 is a fine example of the earliest, lowest profile builds. This pair is brand new but looks like it could have been plucked from a pile of old leaves with the brown and yellow colorway a perfect match for this particular season. You can see more photos of these NB410s below, then pick up a pair from retailers like Size?
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