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It was designed by the brand’s youngest footwear designer, Stephanie Howard. As a result, the 850 engaged and offered a fresh perspective on what to expect from New Balance, providing an all-new shape equipped with ABZORB, C-Cap and Rollbar technology — something was state of the art back in the ’90s. The release of the 850 introduced a number of firsts for NB, such as removing the “N” emblem on the side and offering up a truly unisex sneaker.
The 850 features a carbon rubber outsole for added durability, tongue and quarter rear heel branding, as well as a myriad of overlapping (and now much-desired) layers on the upper. To celebrate the return of the New Balance 850, Bodega has captured it in an editorial photoshoot and video full ’90s influences, noted by the use of a treadmill as a prop.
The New Balance 850 will drop
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