Over the last year, Sneaker Report has provided you with sneak peeks into the groundbreaking New Balance skateboarding line known as Numeric. Today, we’re able to provide detailed images and information on four of the models in the collection.
The New Balance Quincy 254. Constructed similarly to the Brighton 344, the Quincy 254 is constructed with a low-cut canvas upper, vulcanized outsole, and Gradient Hex traction. The Quincy 254 retails for $65.
Up next is the clean and simple New Balance Brighton 344, which offers a low-profile silhouette that will transfer seamlessly into casual use. They’re built with a durable canvas and suede upper and feature a vulcanized rubber outsole with a Gradient Hex traction pattern. The Brighton 344 will set you back $75.
For more serious skating performance, the New Balance Stratford 479 utilizes a running shoe aesthetic and an EVA insole for enhanced cushioning. Durability and breathability are delivered with its bonded TPU construction, and the Stratford has plenty of ventilation for ample airflow. Expect the Statford 479 to retail for $85.
Finally, the New Balance Logan 637 rounds out the Numeric collection. This high-performance style is built with a seamless upper for enhanced comfort and is equipped with NB’s RevLite cushioning for responsiveness and protection on your board. The Logan 637 is set at $95.
The entire New Balance Numeric pack is now available at Premier in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and will be available from their online store starting September 1. Be sure to stick with Sneaker Report for further updates on the NB Numeric line.