Size and fit

With sizes offered for both men and women, these sneakers get to be enjoyed by both genders. They fit true to size so it is suggested for one to go their normal size. For those who are more comfortable going extra sizes up, half sizes are also available for the pair. 

Furthermore, the shoes offer a consistent fit. The traditional lace-up closure makes for a more adjusted and secure fit. 

New Balance 574 Split Sail Style

Remaining true to its ‘80s heritage design, the New Balance 574 Split Sail is a standout heritage-inspired casual sneaker with clean lines and fresh design. With a sailboat-inspired nubuck leather upper, sturdy textile panels, and deconstructed-style seam through the side, the shoes are amped up with a sporty vibe. A split saddle design with a multi-colored N logo gives this updated iconic kick a twist that’s sure to brighten the sneaker’s design. 

These New Balance sneakers are available in several fun colorways. Some of these colorways are in Moonbeam/Neo Mint, Natural Indigo/Chromatic Yellow, Canyon Violet/Peach Soda, Summer Fog/Neo Mint, Drizzle/Neo Violet, and a whole lot more.

With a versatile and trendy style, it is super easy to find outfits that go well with the pair. For a look that's very easy but can be styled in plenty of different ways, one can dress in a basic or graphic tee, sweater, cuffed shirts, flannel pieces, and any tops that one is comfortable wearing. As for the bottom, a pair of skinny jeans, denim, jogger pants, and even shorts are a good match for the shoes.

Notable Features

Constructed with New Balance's signature ENCAP cushioning technology in the midsole,  this delivers lightweight support and shock-absorbing comfort no matter where the shoes are worn. Moreover, the lightweight EVA foam cushioning in the midsole and heel also increases comfort and provides a soft underfoot feel. 

The sneakers also consist of a polyurethane rim for added stability and support. As for the bottom of the shoes, a rubber outsole with tread offers added traction and durable wear.

New Balance 574 Split Sail History

Established in 1906, New Balance began in Boston selling arch supports to police officers, waiters, and others who worked on their feet. Up until now, It is regarded as one of the prominent footwear manufacturers in the whole shoe industry and has become a global leader in athletic gear.

The brand has pioneered some of the athletic shoe advancements concerning support mechanisms and midsole technologies. With the developments that come with the brand’s programs, many consumers are encouraged to get involved in physical fitness activities such as running. New Balance’s goals were to improve the health and well-being of their consumers.

Today, this global brand in athletic products is committed to quality and craftsmanship. New Balance describes itself as a fearlessly individualistic company that doesn't answer to anyone but its customers. Throughout the years, New Balance continued to entice the market with appealing lines of classic athletic shoes that ignited so much interest among running enthusiasts.

One of the brand’s staple style and most iconic silhouettes is the New Balance 574 and was retooled to be the New Balance 574 Split-Sail. The sneakers are a staple of the New Balance brand and its heritage-based design stands the test of time. Delivering a fun and fresh look, this iconic kick has been updated with a sailboat-inspired leather upper with a split saddle design and a multi-colored N logo.

Nice to know

  • New Balance branding details are found throughout the sneakers. 
  • A stabilizing heel cup is added to the shoes for easy, everyday comfort.
  • Synthetic and textile linings are also incorporated into these New Balance trainers.

Facts / Specs

Base model: New Balance 574
Style: Retro
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: New Balance 574, New Balance ENCAP
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole, Nubuck, EVA

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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.