This new pair of New Balance sneakers at 170 euros is a very good deal

So goes the madness of the new New Balance colors… After resuming its 90/60, the Boston brand is tackling its iconic model: the 650. Its 80s design has been a hit for many years. Now, the equipment manufacturer is reinforcing this vintage side with a very latest black/gray color. It will be THE retro pair that will add style to your outfits.

To be worn on the basketball court or around town, the 650 features an almost entirely black base. Its upper is made of soft leather with the famous New Balance finishes revealing the padding foam. At the top of the latter, the NB logo is proudly placed with certain other logo reminders, notably on the outsole.

The tongue is made of mesh and bears the inscription “N” on its sides. Other details include the mixed white and gray sole, the embroidered 650 detail and leather eyelets.

For the moment, no release date has been communicated. We should nevertheless see it arrive on the New Balance website and certain retailers in the coming weeks. You will certainly be able to “cop” (shop) the new 650 for around 170 euros.

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