New Balance Updates Its USA-Made 997 Shoes With Leather & Metal

Jul 3, 2019

Category: Style

From running shoes to NBA champion Kawhi Leonard’s basketball sneakers, New Balance is always on-point when it comes to designing some of the best footwear in the business. With the New Balance Made in USA 997 Shoes, the renowned brand offers a luxurious option for your soles.

The ‘90s favorite is updated with premium full-grain pebbled leather and a unique N logo made from metal for a modern aesthetic. These shoes feature ENCAP midsole technology for superb support and superior durability, EVA foam midsoles and heels for excellent cushioning, and rubber outsoles for grippy traction. And the model has a clean design in black and gray with copper-colored trimming for a touch of flavor. For more than 75 years, New Balance’s Made in the USA collection has been providing sneakerheads with quality footwear, and this special edition 997 model is no exception. You can pick up a pair of this beloved model with premium materials today for $300.

Purchase: $300

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