New Balance created their first pair of running shoes in 1938. Today, they're the only major footwear brand making athletic sneakers in America. And some of their signature kicks are as popular today as when they were first released. From iconic suede and mesh kicks to more modern lightweight running shoes, New Balance continues to craft hardwearing, comfortable footwear proudly sewn in the US with integrity.
A soft and flexible running shoe that features premium leather, a mesh upper and a molded midsole with ENCAP®. It's still made the same way today at the company's New England factories with the same quality craftsmanship.
$150, by New Balance
A handsome and hardwearing sneaker in the brand's now signature suede and mesh styling. Advertisements for the shoe proudly championed owned and operated facilities "right here in America."
$140, by New Balance
This American classic has been reinvented to be lighter and softer with more flexibility (thanks to ABZORB® SBS advanced cushioning).
The shoe takes its predecessor's legacy of comfort, dependability and style to a whole new level.
$155, by New Balance
Designed in Boston and made in Maine, which is, coincidentally, about how far you feel you can run in this breathable, featherweight performance sneaker.
$125, by New Balance
Note: One out of every four pairs of shoes New Balance sells in the USA is made or assembled here.
Where the domestic value is at least 70%, we label our shoes "Made in the USA."