Crafted from premium materials and expert craftsmanship that we have come to expect from New Balance has come together to create this sleek and sophisticated version of the New Balance 237 trainer in this fresh colour of Orange. This Orange colour runs through the upper suede and mesh mix that creates a stylish shoe with flashes of contrasting White. The extra comfortable sole unit in white looks the part with a added touch of premium quality.
Exceptional running shoes that have crossed over to become a fashion statement in there own right.
A mix of classic and new colour combinations across various styles of New Balance Trainers to give you the best range of options when choosing to buy.
New Balance trainers give a perfect mix of functionality and fashion, meaning people can perform whilst still looking good. Here at 80s Casual Classics we are delighted to be able to deliver great looking trainers from New Balance in a range of sizes.
Founded in 1906 by Englishman William J. Riley, New Balance was fully focused on producing high quality footwear for people who had jobs that meant they spent all day on their feet. By the 1950’s though, New Balance had moved into developing and producing trainers and even tailoring bespoke trainers for athletes.
The big breakthrough into the mainstream market for New Balance was in 1976 when they released the 320 model that was awarded first place in Runner’s World Magazine giving the brand exposure. Since then New Balance have continued to develop high-tech running shoes but also expanded into different sports such as football, basketball and tennis.
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