J.Crew X New Balance National Park Sneaker Pack

Jan 24, 2018

Category: Style

Northeastern prep stalwart J.Crew and Boston-based running shoe brand New Balance have gotten together once again for a new collaboration. Introducing the J.Crew X New Balance National Park 998s.

As if trying to highlight how unique each of our National Parks are, the brands decided to pay homage to Crater Lake and Death Valley. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the shoe connected to the latter park features a brown, grey, and black palette, while the former boasts cold blues and blacks. Of course, more than just featuring a unique look, these sneakers have a super comfortable Abzorb midsole as well as a comfortable mesh and suede upper. Proceeds of each sale of these shoes will be donate to our National Parks. You can expect these to be online and in stores starting January 26th.

Purchase: $180

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