The Coolest New Balance Sneaker Collabs To Add To Your Collection
Shop these exclusive releases and limited-edition drops before they sell out.
Perhaps you’ve noticed a feeling in the air, or rather, the sort of trend you can sense in the hippest neighborhoods on the planet: New Balance sneakers, once much-maligned as a classic “Dad Shoe,” are back, and they’re cooler than ever.
The enduring appeal of retro-style runners means there are seemingly limitless opportunities to add an on-trend, stylish pair of fresh kicks to your wardrobe.
That also means that there are more New Balance collabs on the market than one can imagine, from partnerships with top U.S. designers like Todd Snyder or the rapper and culinary TV star Action Bronson (seriously). What’s it all mean for you? It’s time to add one of the best New Balance collabs of the moment to your sneaker rotation.
New Balance x Todd Snyder “City Gym” 237
A decade ago, Todd Snyder made a splash in the Big Apple with his “City Gym” pop-up, and his effortlessly cool-meets-classic brand has grown by leaps and bounds since then. Nod to the occasion with a streamlined, downtown-inspired set of throwback runners. $130
New Balance x Stone Island 574 Legacy
The 574 is but one New Balance silhouette that’s remained a constant in the Northeast sneaker brand’s rotation, and here, it gets an on-time, fast-selling update from the tastemaking retailer Stone Island. $140
New Balance 990V6 Baklava
Action Bronson is a man who contains multitudes, from hip-hop star to chef to Elysian Brewing’s Director of Dank. Add “sneakerhead” to that list, since Action teased a 2023 release of a pair of flashy New Balance kicks and recently teased them on his Instagram Stories. Stay tuned for an exact release date online at New Balance.
New Balance 997H Sneakers at J. Crew
Both J. Crew and New Balance seemed to hit a certain upswing at the right time in the late ‘aughts onward, and it makes since that the famed American retailer would stock classic kicks that pair nicely with its chambray shirts and rolled denim–fresh colors of the 997H retail for under the century mark, too. $90
New Balance MADE in USA 990v3
Bear in mind that you might have to hit the secondary market to find some of the most coveted, best New Balance collabs, but the company also offers extremely limited drops online that have that same collaborative flair. Case in point? A set of USA-made sneakers releasing on February 23rd for an agreeable price, and in rich winter colors. $199.99