subject: This New Balance 576 Is A Part Of The Upcoming Surplus PackPosted: 12:28am, Mar 14, 2017
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When you buy a pair of made-in-the-U.S.A. New Balances, you're getting a quality shoe and helping pay the craftsperson who made it a livable wage. And when you buy a sneaker collaboration from Cambridge, MA-based retailer Concepts, you're often getting a unique sneaker that doesn't look like anything else on the market (a near-impossible feat in today's flooded sneaker market). So when these two come together to launch an exclusive design, you can bank on the fact that not only will it be brag-worthy, but beneficial to a local economy as well. And their purple suede spin on the new balance 990 does just that.

Officially dubbed the New Balance x new balance 999 "Tyrian," the sneaker draws inspiration not from Game Of Thrones (although, that could be dope too), but from an old school hue of purple that hundreds of years ago was made through extracting a natural purple dye from sea snails. And back (way, way back) in the day, only kings and queens could afford to wear purple. Luckily for you, you need not be a monarch to pick up the $220 sneakers. The saturated color is soaked up nicely by the suede upper and the effect is less Prince wardrobe staple (R.I.P.) and more wine-tinted kicks you can put under just about everything in your closet.

In the near future, New Balance will officially introduce what is currently known as the Surplus pack. This pack will be composed of classic models updated with premium materials straight out of the England factory. While we don’t know what the entire pack consists of, we do know that the new balance 576
you see above will be a part of it.This Made in England New Balance 576 rocks a different array of earthy placed on the premium suede and mesh upper. Blue is placed on the underlays, Grey on the toe, Brown on the heel, another shade of Blue on the paneling and even some White on the heel tab. Below you will find a C-CAP® midsole and a rubber outsole to provide some nice comfort.
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