New Balance 574: Trainers Built For Winter

New Balance update their kicks to cope with the elements

Normally, winter is the time of year you put your favourite trainers into hibernation and pull on a pair of boots better equipped for the dismal weather.

Unless, that is, your kicks come from New Balance.

The American brand have updated their 574 silhouette with a series of rugged new features, including reinforced soles and water-repellent toe boxes.

The ‘winter elements’ pack is available in three different designs - grey/yellow, green/orange, or navy/red – and feature suede and mesh uppers with leather detailing.

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All of which is great news for your winter wardrobe.

£50, selected stockists


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