New Balance's Anniversary Collection Is The Frankenstein Of Footwear

​In a good way, of course

New Balance is celebrating its 110th anniversary with a special new series that makes the most of old materials.

Ingeniously, rather than throwing away the offcuts and unneeded materials that go into making their trainers, the brand has stockpiled them over the years and is now delving back into the pile to create a 'Surplus Pack' ...a bit like Frankenstein for trainers, if you will.

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Made entirely in England at the brand's Cumbria factory, the collection features the classic1500, 670, 575, 576 and 577 models – as well as the all new 991.5.

The first part of the New Balance MiUK Surplus Pack will be available online from 3 September, with the second half dropping from 24 September

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