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"New Balance’s Grey Day is finally here, and in celebration the brand is dropping three sneakers today to celebrate the importance the simplistic hue has had on its success. Represented by three iconic takes on grey, the modernized new balance bordeaux 574 silhouette is a perfect vessel when it comes to promoting the brand’s impact on sneaker culture. The “Legacy of Grey” Pack will include both an “Original Grey” and a “1300JP” offering and then the “Classic Grey” – representative of the hue in its purest form – will drop with sizing for both men and women. See the full store list below and tell us which 574 you think best represent’s what Grey Day stands for.
New Balance’s new balance bordeaux pas cher silhouette is the perfect example of a sneaker company creating a new modernized sneaker while still managing to harken back to its illustrious heritage. Equipped with Revlite cushioning and a ventilated, knit toebox, the 247 is both light weight and comfortable as well as a perfect lifestyle-ready addition to one’s sneaker rotation. This particular offering you see here combines Black and Castlerock on its upper while its midsole features a gradient pattern that starts with black at the heel and eventually finishes with a clean white at the toe.
The second round of Herschel Supply Co.‘s New Balance new balance 420 bordeaux collaborations is in full effect, with the H710s having hit retailers with a release right around the corner and these three up for grabs today. These Herschel x New Balance 420s are similar to the first trio in that they have one red colorway and two neutrals. They also carry over the paisley lining and caramel leather, but these two details are applied differently, these new drops utilizing more suede.
Just like the vast majority of the silhouettes from converse femme collection, his translucent Off-White is set to receive its sequel. Devoid of any translucency, this new take sports a more traditional canvas-ridden upper done up in white with all of Virgil’s paricular embellishments that have helped make him the the most revered name in the entire sneaker industry. This iteration’s focal point is undoubtedly its thickly-striped black and white midsole unit that while new to his Nike designs, is a mainstay in his self-branded Off-White clothing and footwear. Cone orange details have a bit more of a role in this Chuck as they do in the rest of “The Ten”, as the collection’s signature red zip-tie is replaced by orange to match its vulcanized outsole and converse branding on its soles atop Off-White’s signature arrow emblem.
When it comes to branding, Converse’s converse comme des garçons is one of the most recognizable marks in the world today. The logo usually only appears on the medial collar of the OG shoe, but Converse has now put a new branded spin on the Chuck — calling upon an all-over printed canvas for the most heavily logo-ed Chuck that we’ve seen yet. The shoes employ the Chuck’s original red, white, and blue color scheme, while the upper is completely covered in branded emblems thanks to the printed canvas. For an interesting touch, a few stamped logos are sporadically scattered across the already wild upper for a hidden detail that you’ll likely miss if you so much as blink. The standard Chuck outsole is gone, replaced by a black version with a smaller tread pattern, and an aqua blue Converse logo hit completes the shoe’s wild look."