The New Balance 327 Black/Castlerock Sneakers

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The popular sneakers, now designed with a steel gray and black colorway.

Inspired by a heritage New Balance design from the 1970s, the 327 series seamlessly blends retro and modern styles. It’s the perfect choice if you want to take a break from more minimalist sneakers. The popular design comes in an array of colorways, from bright to neutral, but the Black/Castlerock version has caught our attention. While the silhouette references classic running shoes, these sneakers look fresh and modern. They feature the brand’s signature oversize N logo with a steel gray and black color palette. Other details include debossed graphics on the medial heel and branded red tags on the tongue.

Crafted with both durability and comfort in mind, the sneakers blend lightweight and breathable materials. Apart from soft suede, they also feature durable nylon and a gum rubber outsole. The latter boasts a knobby surface to offer perfect grip while running. To ensure all day wearing comfort, the shoes come with the EVA foam midsole designed with a special shape that enhances support and cushioning for the forefoot. Apart from the Black/Castlerock colorway, New Balance also launched a lighter Turtledove/Munsell version with a pale gray and tan color palette. Both sneakers cost $90 and you can find them online at selected retailers. Photographs© New Balance.

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