New Balance 576 Makes A Classic Return

First released back in 1988, the New Balance 576 is the epitome of classic, arriving as one of the last of the traditional “big N” silhouettes. Designed initially as an all-terrain training shoe, the New Balance 576 was originally built to withstand anything a runner could throw at it. And with a wider fit and roomier toe box to account for the extra mileage, it’s dead comfy too. Soon after its inception, the sneaker found a place in Europe’s trail scene, and later, the streets of Japan.

The New Balance 576 was then brought back in the 1990s and managed to win over quite a few more fans, with its bold color blockings and account exclusives helping the model’s numbers grow into a lifestyle staple. Now to celebrate its 35th anniversary, New Balance is dropping two OG colorways of the New Balance 576, both of which come equipped with a premium UK-made CF steads suede, luxurious pigskin, and synthetic details, all sitting atop the brand’s classic ENCAP midsole with motion control device and rubber outsole.

“The New Balance 576 has taken on many different forms and variations over the years, but now, with the model clocking its 35th anniversary we wanted to give the consumer the true experience of this shoe in its original form,” said Sam Pearce, Creative Design Manager for NB Made in UK. Follow The Drop NYC For Updates.

Brand: New Balance

Model: 576

Release Date: March 2

Price: TBC

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