The New Balance 1300 35th Anniversary Japan is set to launch this month, with the silhouette originally debuting way back in 1985, the model is back to commemorate the 35th Anniversary of the original release and the opening of the T-HOUSE New Balance store in Tokyo.
Over the years, NB's 1300 silhouette have become a solid fan-favourite in the sneaker culture and have also been used as the blank canvas for multiple high-profile collaborations. Arriving all the way from The Land of The Rising Sun, the limited edition sneaker from Japan will come in a special box complemented with a set of shoe trees to preserve the construction and shape of the model.
Working in collaboration with Hitoshi Mimura, founder of M.Lab, the legendary craftsman used the finest leather very well-known as Nume leather in Southeast Asia to craft the upper structure of this pair. Clad in a colour trio of tan pink, stone brown, and white, New Balance's marking is present in the form of an N logo on the lateral and medial side panels.
The label’s signature ENCAP technology is present as ever beneath the feet, ensuring that while the wearer looks slick they’re also more than comfortable. The crisp white midsole is finished with a black rubber outsole, rounding off the look neatly as a whole.
The New Balance M1300JPV Made in Japan is set to launch this Saturday the 19th of December 2020 in extremely limited numbers, so if you’re looking to pick these up, set your alarm and stay locked in right here at The Sole Supplier for the latest sneaker news updates!