Sneakers with what pants? Most boys do not know

In fact, you may not love sports, but you certainly have several pairs of sports shoes. Now people not only pursue fashion more emphasis on comfort, so you will see people wearing street shoes, clover, New Balance. There are many classic styles we all have, but we in addition to the brain sweatpants what can be with it?

Sneakers + jeans
The most classic match is still sports shoes and jeans, and if the choice of shoes and jacket color is also a good Look, this mix is ​​very casual style, try to choose straight jeans more coordinated.
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Breathable running shoes has become a fashion, comfortable upper material is not cut with high elasticity, lightweight rubber sole wear durable. The resilience and toughness of shoes are excellent, the color is also very good with.

Sports shoes + overalls
Light-colored sports shoes with camouflage overalls are also very handsome, harmonious color regardless of straight or small feet seem to meet the public taste, rolled up trousers revealing a cross section of the ankle is more stylish.
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Leather sports shoes at a glance to have a special texture, which is particularly suitable for dry and breathable love sports boys, cushioning in the end and the tension of the shoe laces have brought a comfortable experience, walking a bit not tired.

Sneakers + small trousers
These two eight-pole can not beat a single product with abnormal harmony, two different styles of collocation in the recent has become a trend, but also to suppress the occasion.

Lightweight shoes are always welcome, knit vamps have a special personality, easy to wear one off the tongue, comfortable after the foot type, the biggest bright spot is the bottom of the popcorn shape is particularly eye-catching.


New Balance Is Dropping in a Cool “Steel Blue”

New Balance Japan is launching a new version of its 580 silhouette, this time with a premium “Steel Blue” suede upper.

Reminiscent of the brand’s cult favorite, the 1300JP, the new 580 comes decked out in a silky smooth suede, which is contrasted with mesh patches of light grey branding at the heel tab, tongue and debossed “N” logo. Below all that you will find a clean white midsole, equipped with NB’s ROLLBAR technology for additional cushioning.

This New Balance 580 “Steel Grey” will be available in Japan only on December 22 for a price of around $157.

Black Sheep UK Come Together on the New Balance 598

Black Sheep Charlotte, NC and Black Sheep Manchester, UK, two completely unconnected shops located on different sids of the Atlantic, have joined forces with New Balance for a special collaboration. The unique project finds the two retailers working on the brand’s NB Numeric 598 model, which is based on the classic 998.

The “Black Sheep” 598 in turn boasts wool construction, paired with reflective details, custom footbed artwork and trio of laces.

To further celebrate the launch of the collaborative 598, a special edition of the Made in USA 998 (the Black Sheep 998) will be limited to just 72 pairs and available exclusively in both Black Sheep retail locations.


Marouane Fellaini to sue New Balance

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini is suing New Balance for £2.1million as he claims their boots are causing ‘considerable damage’ to his feet.
The Belgium international penned a four-year deal with the sportswear giants back in 2012 but has taken them to court following the pain he claims the boots have caused his feet.
He has now walked away from the £600,000-a-year deal — changing to Nike footwear before last season — and, according The Sun, appeared in London’s High Court to demand damages.

The 29-year-old issued a writ which stated the ‘poor quality’ boots needed to be ‘steamed and stretched’ by the kitman before the midfielder was able to play in them.
The United enforcer claimed his feet were subjected to ‘considerable damage’ when he wore the boots and he ‘repeatedly communicated his frustration’ to the manufacturers.

Fellaini’s legal team have said new balance 410 womens that they are also suing for ‘loss of employment, inconvenience and impact on performance’ due to the damage the boots are claimed to have inflicted.In response, the boot-maker’s claim in court papers that their client, Fellaini, once described the boots as ‘perfect’ and ordered 12 more pairs.


New Balance Sneakers You Can Feel Good

Last November, Boston-based sneaker brand New Balance got itself in serious hot water when one of its VPs, Matthew LeBretton, said that he felt a Trump presidency would mean good things for the company—specifically in regards to the how the death of the Trans Pacific Partnership would align with its own “Made-in-America” ethos.

LeBretton’s comments ignited a firestorm of controversy considering New Balance had an ongoing beef with the Obama administration regarding a contract to make sneakers for the military. (One that was hopefully squashed after Obama signed a bill in December guaranteeing the military buys made-in-America sneakers for new recruits. All of this, including what many felt was a disingenuous, weak response to the controversy from the brand (especially when it came to the brand being endorsed by literal neo-Nazis), seemed only to exacerbate the idea that New Balance supported Trump. As we later learned with L.L. Bean, these days any association to the president can be seen as an implicit endorsement of all the racist, sexist, and xenophobic baggage that comes with him.

We get that outrage. (We felt it, too!) But the merits of globalism and the T.P.P. could be argued all day (which is why politicians and economists often do argue about them all the damn time). All we’re saying is there are other considerations that should come in to play when judging a brand like New Balance. For example, when it comes to manufacturing well-made sneakers, New Balance shows a commitment to decent wages for workers in ways few other labels of its size do.