New Balance & J.Crew Unveil National Park-Inspired 998s

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New Balance & J.Crew Unveil National Park-Inspired 998s

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Brands: New Balance, J. Crew

Model: 998

Key Features: Suede construction with mesh underlays, Synthetic accents on the TPU, full-length Abzorb sole unit

Release Date: Friday, January 26

Price: $180 USD

Buy: J. Crew and select retailers

Editor’s Notes: New balance 574 sale clearance and J. Crew continue their partnership this year as the two brands reinterpret the 998 silhouette once again.

Rendered in two colorways, the exclusive variations are inspired by new balance 574 sale clearance, Crater Lake in Oregon and Death Valley located along Nevada and California. One pair is draped in blue to correlate with the lake, while the other is treated in brown tones to emulate the desert aesthetic.

In addition, $10 USD of the retail price of the sneakers will be donated to the cheap adidas ultra boost sale, Concepts and New Balance reveal a made in U.K. 991.5 “Lake Havasu.”

J. Crew and New Balance are back teaming together on the iconic 998 silhouette once again with the upcoming “National Parks” Pack. Honoring Crater Lake and Death Valley, both selections pay homage to the preserved lands that feature some of the most beautiful scenes in the entire world. The cheap adidas ultra boost sale have always worked well together in the past, creating unique looks the likes of their “Hilltop Blues“, and “Beach Balls” creations.

With environmentally appropriate color schemes, the Crater Lake iteration dons an icy blue colorway while the Death Valley pair is dressed in earthy brown tones. As usual with these two brands, quality is a must, which comes across masterfully here as the two 998s are adorned in premium suede with other materials mixed in as well.

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