New Balance

New Balance started out making arch supports, keeping their reputation for stability as they developed into the world of running. The 1960 ‘Trackster’ was the first running shoe with different width fittings, and 1980’s 620 was the first sneaker to cost more than $50. Known for quality and performance, and for US and UK manufacturing, there’s been a recent rebirth of classic styles such as the NB550 and NB2002r.