Fit & Sizing
The deconstructed version of the original New Balance 300 has a lightly cushioned tongue and collar. The soft textile lining, as well as the padded footbed, add comfort to the wearers. It has the traditional lace-up closure for a personalized secure fit. It has a pull tab on the heel and on the tongue for easiness in putting on this pair.
A REVlite midsole contributes this pair’s lightness, responsiveness, and durability. The New Balance 300 Deconstructed is being offered exclusively in women in sizes from 5.5 to 11 US in medium width.
New Balance 300 Deconstructed Style
The New Balance 300 Deconstructed has a retro design with a luxurious construction. It has a low-cut and slim profile that adds femininity to casual footwear. It has a well-ventilated and soft upper which makes it fit to be used all throughout the day.
Definitely, this is a perfect shoe for strolling around the city or spending a casual night out. Many users sport this shoe sockless especially during the warm days. They recommend wearing this with jeans, Capris or a casual skirt. Some even pair this with their little dresses for a forward-looking look.
The New Balance 300 Deconstructed has an old school court profile with a modern update. It has a very soft and supple Nubuck leather upper responsible for the added comfort to the wearers. This feature gives a luxurious appeal to this pair. The upper is also well perforated to maximize the airflow, keeping the feet cool and comfortable.
New Balance 300 Deconstructed History
New Balance was founded in Boston 1906 and has been dedicated in aiding athletes in achieving their goals. They moved away from the usual practice of spending money on celebrity endorsers. New Balance, instead, spend money on research and development to deliver quality products. They are driven to produce shoes for the same intention athletes lace them up: to achieve excellence.
New Balance unearthed another classic silhouette from their archive. The 1979 tennis shoe CT300 has undergone re-imagination to fit the modern users. The updated version has been re-launched as CRT300. It has the REVlite sole unit for more responsive and durable cushioning while the upper is more breathable and lighter. This classically styled sneaker has proven its versatility in a complex environment.
New Balance decided to release a deconstructed version of the CRT300. The New Balance 300 Deconstructed has a minimalist style that is ultra-breathable for casual use. This versatile kick can surely be added in one’s favorites, effortlessly.
- The REVlite technology is found on the rubber sole of the NB300 Deconstructed. This feature is responsible for the cushioning and stability without the extra weight. It is 30% lighter than any other foams with the same performance.
- The New Balance 300 Deconstructed has a durable and very grippy rubber outsole.
- The upper is made of flexible and soft Nubuck leather.
- The iconic N logo on the side is outlined with perforations.
- It weighs 5.9 oz.