Classic Grey Shades Comprise The New Balance 9060 “Concrete”

Dropping exclusively at JD Sports and Finish Line.

Classic Grey Shades Comprise The New Balance 9060 “Concrete”

Much like other lifestyle silos like the New Balance 550 and 1906R, the New Balance 9060 continues to surface in an array of simple, versatile colorways.

That’s not to say we don’t get plenty of flashy looks as evidence by a new color-blasted pair, but given the eccentric nature of the model itself, tonal palettes typically hold down a more subdued, agreeable aesthetic.

Fans of classic New Balance hallmarks are sure to be fond of this “Concrete” colorway, defined by an ensemble of grey shades throughout the upper and sole. While the 9060 isn’t a “Made In USA/UK” model, it’s often applauded for quality materials that evoke a similar premium feel. We’ve seen several different classic grey colorways release since the model’s inception, and given the broad popularity of the 9060 in today’s sneaker economy, New Balance aficionados certainly have an appetite for more.

The New Balance 9060 “Concrete” is currently set to release on July 12th from JD Sports and Finish Line. Reference our “Where To Buy” section below for shopping links on that date.

Sticking with the Boston brand, catch up on details surrounding the Jack Harlow New Balance 1906R.


New Balance 9060

RELEASE DATE: Jul 12, 2024

US 07/12/2024 Friday

Retailer Release type Status
Finish Line Standard Check Site
JD Sports US Standard Check Site

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