New Balance 1500
Latest new-balance 1500 trainer news
The END. x New Balance 1500 “Grey Heron” is the latest in a stream of strong collaborations between the heritage American footwear label and the highly-coveted ...
6 months ago · Jack Aldrich
A trend that’s going absolutely nowhere any time soon, animal print makes a statement for all the right reasons, and now it features on the New Balance 1500 “An...
a year ago · Paige French
The New Balance 1500 is one of the flagship silhouettes that the Boston-based footwear label has to offer, and it certainly is a banger of a silhouette! Originally launched by the United States brand as a stability shoe, the 1500 has become a fashion staple due to it's clean design, premium construction and neat colorways.
The sneaker was crafted as a long distance racing shoe with the finish line in mind, however like many New Balance shoes it's slowly transcended into the fashion market, which is how the footwear industry often works. Pairs originally designed for runner speed and performance end up as lifestyle models. The 1500 is typically crafted from premium leather and breathable mesh for an athletic look, with the toe box and heel both carefully crafted with state of the art footwear manufacturing procedures. New Balance's iconic N logo features on the lateral and medial post for a standout detail.
Underfoot, a Revlite midsole offers plenty of cushioning originally created with longer distances in mind, however these days pairs are often equipped with an Encap midsole instead. The sole unit is ultra comfortable, while the rubber outsole is durable and ready for action. Some pairs of NB 1500s are even crafted in England, where New Balance hosts a production factory. High-heat collaborations have used the New Balance 1500v6 as the blank canvas, such as the recent END x New Balance 1500 Grey Heron. If you're looking to cop a pair of New Balance 1500s, make sure to stay locked in right here at The Sole Supplier, as we've got all the latest updates and release dates right here.