With the New Balance 990v3 Olive White, Taddy Santis is bringing the next sneaker to our stores. You can get all the important release information about the NB990 from us in this article. You will also find all the shops here where you can buy the NB990V3 for retail.
Teddy Santis' acquisition at New Balance continues as the Creative Director delivers the next New Balance 990v3 Made in USA. This silhouette is another member of Santis' extensive New Balance Made in USA 990 series.
This offering of the New Balance 990v3 comes crafted in a mix of mesh, premium pigskin and furry suede materials. Underfoot, an ENCAP midsole provides unparalleled cushioning, while branding on the heel, tongue and sidewall completes the design.
When can I buy the New Balance 990v3 Olive White?
The release date of the NB 990v3 is at different times in different shops. The first sneaker store will launch the shoe on September 22, 2022, with other shops only releasing it a month later. So that you don't miss an early shock drop from the NB990, here is a helpful tip:
Download the free Dead Stock app and be sure to turn off the notifications. So you won't miss your desired releases or a shock drop. You can also set your own release reminders for the New Balance 990 in the app. Simply press the bell.
Where can I buy the New Balance 990v3 Olive White?
If you want to buy the green New Balance M990v3, you should keep this overview open shortly before the release. We will link you to all shops and stores where you can buy the sneakers. All raffles can be found in the free Dead Stock app.
The sneaker will appear at various stores such as Overkill and BSTN, but certainly also directly in the New Balance online shop. As soon as we find other stores that will sell the NB990 with the item number M990TO3, we will link them to you in our shop overview.
So if you really want to buy the New Balance, just click through the release overview and choose the shop of your choice on the release day.
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