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M920SCN
M920SCN

Found at
8 Shops

Price from
142,96 €

Available in several sizes
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M920GRY
M920GRY

Found at
8 Shops

Price from
204,00 €

Available in several sizes
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M990CP3
M990CP3

Found at
8 Shops

Price from
219,95 €

Available in several sizes
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MR530
MR530SG

Found at
7 Shops

Price from
99,00 €

Available in several sizes

22%

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M991GL
M991GL

Found at
7 Shops

Price from
189,95 €

Available in several sizes
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2002R
M2002RLB

Found at
7 Shops

Price from
113,00 €

Available in several sizes

28%

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990V3 Suede
M990PL3

Found at
7 Shops

Price from
159,00 €

Available in several sizes

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MS327VB
MS327VB

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
83,96 €

Available in several sizes

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Ml 574 EGK
ML574EGK

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
62,90 €

Available in several sizes

21%

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ML574TT2
ML574TT2

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
99,00 €

Available in several sizes
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M990BS3
M990BS3

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
219,95 €

Available in several sizes
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327 Castlerock Night Tide
WS327WR1

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
99,00 €

Available in several sizes

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MS327LH1
MS327LH1

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
84,95 €

Available in several sizes
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M991NV
M991NV

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
209,95 €

Available in several sizes

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ML574HF2
ML574HF2

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
49,99 €

Available in several sizes

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M991HT
M991HT

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
199,00 €

Available in several sizes

28%

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990V2
M990PL2

Found at
6 Shops

Price from
159,00 €

Available in several sizes
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M920PNK
M920PNK

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
209,95 €

Available in several sizes
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992
M992LX

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
249,00 €

Available in several sizes

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MS327 Pr
MS327PR

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
99,00 €

Available in several sizes

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MS327 PO
MS327PO

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
107,95 €

Available in several sizes

26%

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WS327LAH
WS327LAH

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
119,00 €

Available in several sizes

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991 EU 40 5
M991BNG

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
209,90 €

Available in several sizes

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XC 72
UXC72OP1

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
89,95 €

Available in several sizes

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CM997HVQ
CM997HVQ

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
69,90 €

Available in several sizes

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ML574SRP
ML574SRP

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
59,95 €

Available in several sizes
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W991GL
W991GL

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
189,95 €

Available in several sizes

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ML574EGG Essential
ML574EGG

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
72,00 €

Available in several sizes
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C 72 Summer Fog
UXC72RB

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
99,95 €

Available in several sizes
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327 PAB
WS327PAB

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
119,95 €

Available in several sizes

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990V5
M990JS5

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
199,95 €

Available in several sizes
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2002R
M2002RLD

Found at
5 Shops

Price from
113,00 €

Available in several sizes

New Balance Sneaker made in USA and England

New Balance sneakers are now an integral part of most sports shops. The unique selling point of this brand is that it continues to offer sports shoes in different widths. Athletes with feet that are either too narrow or too wide for other brands will find technologically advanced running shoes and sneakers that fit them at New Balance. The history of the brand goes back to the beginning of the 20th century, everything began with the production of orthopaedic insoles and the observation of chickens.

The history of the New Balance brand

The New Balance brand was founded as New Balance Arch Support Company in 1906 by a British immigrant, William J. Riley, in Boston. It is said that Riley observed chickens in his backyard and found that the body weight of the chickens was particularly well balanced by the three-toe foot. Based on this observation, he is said to have developed the first soles that bring the wearer into a "new balance". This idea gave rise to the name "New Balance".

At the beginning, the company produced exclusively orthopaedic insoles and soles. The company's best salesman was Arthur Hall, who became Riley's business partner in 1934 and eventually took over the entire company. In 1956 he sold the company to his daughter and her husband, Eleanor and Paul Kidd.

The New Balance Trackster

Around 1960 they developed the running shoe, which is considered a milestone in the history of the New Balance brand. The "NB Trackster" was the first running shoe in the world that had a wave-shaped sole and was produced in different widths. The shoe was purchased by various college teams for their cross-country teams. It did not take long until this running shoe had made a name for itself by word of mouth. At that time, about 30 pairs of tracksters were produced per day, so the company was still comparatively small.

Jim Davis bought the company on the day of the Boston Marathon in 1972. With various marketing campaigns, he ensured that the company grew and became known throughout the USA. Together with his wife Anna he developed further shoe models and also started the international distribution. The "NB 320", which won first place at the Runner's World Magazine Award as the best running shoe at the time, provided the worldwide breakthrough.

New Balance in the 1980s

Already at the end of the 70's running became a popular sport in the USA. During this time, some sporting goods manufacturers celebrated great success with various running shoes. A popular New Balance model, the "NB 565", was created in 1983 and was one of the first running shoes designed specifically for off-road use rather than asphalt. Made from durable materials and comfortable to wear, it features a non-slip outsole that makes it ideal for uneven terrain and changing surfaces.

The NB 565 is still sold today in various Colorways, which are based on the original design from the 80s. The upper shoe is made of suede and mesh today as it was then.

A further development of the shoe is the "NB Everlight". It is not laced, but closed with a zipper in the middle of the upper side. The materials are also somewhat lighter, the upper shoe is made of textile fabric.

In the meantime, New Balance has become one of the largest sports brands with the fourth largest turnover in the sneaker sector. The company is still managed by Jim Davis. The company still adheres to the concept of different widths today. This also applies to the production of sports shoes in the USA. While the competitors' sneakers are nowadays mainly manufactured in the Far East, New Balance still operates five factories in the USA and one in England with a total of 4000 employees.