New Balance 420 Colorways For Summer 2010
Throughout the years, the iconic New Balance 420 sneaker has been released in a variety of colorways corresponding to past U.S. track and field teams. The lightweight nylon-and-suede kicks facilitate a seamless, comfortable running experience, and yet their streamlined silhouette and funky color schemes have made them a favorite sneaker choice among urban style hounds. As the popularity of the 420s has risen, so has New Balance’s penchant for experimenting with bolder colorways. For Summer 2010, NB took a seasonal approach to design, with bright, perky colorways that will make anyone have a sunnier disposition.
If you want a traffic-stopping, bold-as-can-be style, check out the yellow colorway pictured second from top, which practically pays homage to Flounder from Finding Nemo with its lemon yellow nylon and suede uppers, deep turquoise blue accents along the nylon tongue, the rubber sole, the laces, and the leather “N” logo, and sandy beige suede heel detail. A slightly subtler choice is the forest green colorway (pictured below), with boasts yellow accents along the tongue, rubber sole, laces, and again on the leather “N” logo.
Aside from the yellow (which I love!), my personal fave new colorway is pictured at top and features deep teal nylon mesh uppers, black suede trim, charcoal gray suede detailing along the heel, and pops of yellow along the rubber sole, the back of the ankle collar, and the “N” logo. Lastly, if you prefer a more muted colorway, check out the grayish taupe kicks, which feature maroon-ish red details.
These four new colorways hit stores in July, so be on the lookout for them at NBWebExpress.com