New Balance 530 Re-Engineered Style
Looking sporty and sleek during the warm days is easy with the New Balance 530 Re-engineered. With its well ventilated and lightweight design, the NB 530 Re-Engineered is a premium all-day sneaker suitable for the casual wear. Many wearers sport this with their active wear, jeans, shorts and jogger and tees. With or without socks, the New Balance 530 Re-Engineered is indeed a head-turner.
The New Balance 530 Re-Engineered holds a classic silhouette that many users find very appealing. This notable profile has been praised by many runners and sneaker enthusiasts since 1992. Although this shoe was molded from a running shoe, this pair has perfectly joined the lifestyle sector of the market.
New Balance 530 Re-Engineered History
New Balance started producing high quality orthopedic footwear in the early 1900s. During that time, they were confined to delivering shoes in Massachusetts alone, thus reaching only limited patrons. The unique philosophy “Endorsed by No One” made the company stand out from the other shoe companies. The NB would rather allot much time and money on researches and developments than on celebrity endorsers.
New Balance first offered baseball and track and field footwear in the 1930s. After several years, they were able to conquer the running category by offering the Trackster sneaker. This pair is the first shoe in the market that was offered in various widths, from AA to EEEE.
The New Balance 530 was released as a running sneaker in 1992. This model became one of the popular silhouettes of the brand. Voluminous runners and sneaker lovers commended the classic look of the NB 530. When the NB 530 came back in the market a few years ago, many enthusiasts love it even more. The new NB 530 stayed faithful to its simple yet memorable profile.
Just recently, New Balance released a re-imagined version of the New Balance 530. The New Balance 530 Re-Engineered showcases a well-perforated mesh upper with soft midsole for an optimum comfort and effective shock absorbing unit.