The New Balance Tokyo Design Studio TDS 574 is the latest project to develop from the ongoing partnership between the two parties and it’s certainly looking different to anything we’ve seen before. If you’ve been riding the chunky sneaker vibe then these are surely exactly what you’ve been searching for!
The premium vibes are second to none here and we’re not surprised, as this is without a doubt the most elevated take on the classic 1980s runner since it’s introduction. Combined with an ultra-clean neutral-hued colour palette the silhouette is set to heighten your summer outfits to new levels, so read on for more right here at The Sole Supplier.
The uppers look set to be crafted from a blend of supple suede, athletic mesh and leather for a premium feel all-round, while branding is kept to a minimum, with New Balance’s signature N logo abandoned, instead the pair opt for low-key NB branding on the lateral heels and traditional typeface logos on the heel tabs.
Of course, the most exciting part of this brand-new take on the 574 is the exaggerated sole unit that sits beneath the uppers and shows off a three-toned colour scheme made up of beige, white and tan. It offers a new level of comfort and support as well as showing off aggressive and street-ready looks that will certainly turn a few heads.
If you’re liking the upcoming New Balance Tokyo Design Studio TDS 574 as much as we are, then the good news is that the pair are set to drop at select retailers on the 7th May, so make sure you keep it locked in right here at The Sole Supplier for all the latest on how to cop. In the meantime, keep it locked right here and check out the Supreme x Nike collection that drops this Thursday!