Suede overlays douse in the burnt orange shade, its burnt warm tone a stark contrast to the light grey mesh that constructs underneath. “N” logos at the side then lay atop a thick branded strip of leather while the heel tab spaces behind prefers the polish and glimmer of a silver metallic. Tongues then complement the latter in what looks to be nylon while the branded patches stick out by a small margin in their brighter backings. But while all of the aforementioned is relatively ordinary — thanks most to the model’s reliance on the original 1300 shape — the sole itself is anything but as it continues to make use of overproportioned midsoles and the ever-functional Vibram sole.
Grab a quick look at these here, and if you’d like a pair, it seems they’re slowly making their way to retailers right now. A newbalance.com release could surely follow in the coming months.
In other news, the Air Jordan 4 Fire Red is finally returning this Holiday season.
New Balance R_C 1300 “Workwear”
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