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New 710s

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

SNKR FRKR has posted a couple snaps of some new H710 colorways, this being the classic hiking / mountaineering model from New Balance. We saw the first one in the 2007-2008 preview last month. My guess is they are both Japanese models.. anyone?

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Via EUKicks

New Balance 2007 – 2008 preview

Monday, May 21st, 2007

Here we have some previews of 2008 and Fall 2007 NBs! Looks like 574/576’s along with a pair of 710 hightops and a pair of Zips.

The first three (whites with the crazy N’s, the black & golds, and the brown thatched Zips) are reportedly for 2008, the rest for Fall 2007.

UPDATE — Got some ID’s on these thanks to Drew NB. The first white one is in the Japanese A0 series with one-piece construction and stitching similar to the 574ILL. The black/gold polkadots is a Japanese 576. The Zip is a US design with reflective 3M and suede woven together. The hightop 710 is also Japanese, as are the orange/red/blue and black/green/yellow 576’s below it. After that we have a US artist edition NB 574 collaboration with Avenj, and lastly a US 576 Factory Plaids celebrating NB’s domestic factories in Maine, also available in purple and navy Woolrich material. All of these will be available in the US starting in Fall 2007.

Japanese A0 one-piece construction
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Japanese 576 Black/Gold polka
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US Zip reflective 3M/Suede, Japanese 710
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Japanese 576s
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US 574 NB x Avenj, US 576 Factory Plaids
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Via theprocessofbelief @ NikeTalk via HB via EUKicks
Update via Drew NB

NB H710J x Samurai Magazine x Mita Sneakers

Monday, November 13th, 2006

Hypebeast reports on a new 710-model collaboration between New Balance, Samurai Magazine and Mita. Available now at Mita Japan in black premium leather and multi-color suede versions, proving again that they are not ones to shy away from bold colors!

From what I can glean of the translation there are 7 colors which represent the 7th anniversary of Samurai Mag. The traditional hiking / mountaineering model is recast here as an urban boot for the city.

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Via Hypebeast