The enthusiasm for the New Balance models continues to grow, which means that the brand from Boston can enjoy ever-increasing popularity. Now the Sea Salt collection is expanding with a new New Balance 990v3 model. This sneaker was designed by none other than the founder of Aime Leon Dore – Teddy Saint. After it was recently announced that he would be in charge of the Made In USA collection as creative director, the first of a total of 16 announced New Balance 990 models follows.
This is what the Teddy Saint New Balance 990v3 Sea Salt looks like
As usual from the designer, this model also appears in a simple yet colorful look. Most of the upper of the new New Balance 990v3 is in the color Sea Salt, which makes the sneaker fit perfectly into the existing series. The clean look is completed by the small gray accents on the toe box, the collar and the New Balance logo. With the otherwise unobtrusive design, the black tongue and heel of the new model immediately jump out. These are additionally decorated with a red NB branding. The sneaker also has a vintage look thanks to its cream-colored midsole on the heel. This is rounded off by a black outsole. We find: a really coherent and attractive design!
Information about the release of the NB 990
As already anticipated in the headline, the new Teddy Saint NB 990 Sea Salt will be available on March 26th. You will then be able to buy the shoe from New Balance and other selected retailers. In order not to miss any further information, it is best to download our free Dead Stock App . Our reminder function can also help you with this. Just hit the bell and you will be informed about the release in good time. Of course, this also works for all other releases that interest you!
If you have any other questions for us, you can easily reach us via the message function of all social media channels. For more New Balance models , check out this overview. There you will find not only the NB 990 Sea Salt but also other good models of the 990.
Instagram Dead Stock Sneaker Blog
Facebook Dead Stock Sneaker Blog