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New Balance Propaganda Pack

The third release in the new Elite Edition Collection, Propaganda Pack is inspired by the propaganda that surrounds the youth movement culture from WWI until present day. The New Balance Propaganda Pack will be available in three styles, the New Balance 1600, 999 and 580 beginning July 1 with a suggested retail price of $109.95 – $129.95.

The Propaganda Pack color story is based off authentic propaganda posters in traditional white, cream, red and black. Additional details include pig suede and mesh uppers; rich, comfortable linings and foot beds; and, ABZORB® and ENCAP® technology.

As a special offer, each style will come boxed with a limited-edition, hand-sketched propaganda poster that features the style in a setting characteristic of vintage propaganda posters.

2 Responses to New Balance Propaganda Pack

  1. Great post John.

    Always loved the Elite Editions from New Balance…looks like I will have to get me a pair of the 580′s.

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