Japan’s New Balance scene never ceases to prove its worth, often celebrating the Boston stalwarts in a way North America never has. While No Vacancy Inn and Stray Rats have dosed in their streetwear takes and JJJJound surprised the world with his high-reselling pair, the Eastern country has seen more distinct upgrades by nonnative, atmos, Snow Peak, and many others. Among them, United Arrows seems to be the most consistent, opening up their own retail fronts to exclusively offer up minimal renditions of some of the most notable silhouettes, with their latest project focused on the 1500 releasing in celebration of their 30th anniversary. One color for the most part, the luxe suedes are composed mostly of earth tones: a deep, muddy brown fixes atop almost each and every overlay with separating hits of black smooth leather adding dimension to what would almost be too tonal. Embroidered “N” logos follow standards in complimenting thread while the rest of the accents tones by way of the lining, tongue branding, and tread stay neutral in dark tint. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here and find it available likely only overseas.
United Arrows x New Balance 1500
Source: New Balance Japan