Teddy Santis' first collection with New Balance started rolling out in April of this year, and nearly every batch of releases has been met with overwhelming demand. The Aimé Leon Dore founder has applied his tasteful design language to a plethora of MADE in USA silhouettes, and the latest to be unveiled is this New Balance MADE in USA 990v1 "Macadamia Nut" colorway.
In similar fashion to the New Balance MADE in USA 990v3 "Moonbeam" colorway that was recently announced, this forthcoming variation leans on an assortment of neutral tones for stylization. Canvas underlays are fitted with a lighter "Incense" hue and come color-blocked with shaggy suede overlays that hug the heels and forefoot in a beachy "Macadamia Nut" tone. A soft beige suede panel attaches to the mid-foot and comes accessorized with a bold black N logo. More black hits are spotted out on the interior lining while a pop of red pokes out through the New Balance insignias that rest on the tongues. Midsoles are stuffed with the brand's signature ENCAP cushioning for a smooth ride.
Interested in copping? New Balance is scheduled to drop these come June 30 for $190 USD.
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