New Balance Made in USA M998BR Reissue

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

You can never go wrong with a classic pair of New Balances, and when they’re released exclusively through Kith, you they’re going to be even better. The classic New Balance Made in USA M998BR runner has just hit the NY retailer, and you better move quickly, because these things won’t last long.

The low top silhouette is seen sporting an upper drenched in black, utilizing a mixture of suede, canvas, and premium leather. Adding contrast to the mix, the shoe has been outfitted with an off white ABZORB midsole along with a red stripe running vertically across the midsole. To finish things off, these New Balance sneakers are sporting a set of thickened laces hit with 3M accents throughout. [Purchase]

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