The latest Made in England iterations from Massachusetts-based brand New Balance have arrived in the form of two M1500s for 2014 fall. Typical of the 1500 silhouette, an ENCAP sole unit serves as the foundation for both sneakers, with a mixture of suede, leather and ripstop material forming the uppers. Both colorways from New Balance’s English Flimby factory remain on-point for autumn, while availability in both the red/green/black and slate gray/black/white are currently being offered through UK-based retailer COMMONN for a price of £119 GBP (approximately $199 USD).
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