Who should buy the New Balance Suede 247

This low-top New Balance Suede 274 could be a good match for you if:

  • You are looking for a shoe that can be worn with almost anything yet comes at a competitive price.
  • You want a stylish pair that offers comfort, has soft material, and has a breathable build.

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Style of the New Balance Suede 247

Styling has never been easier with the New Balance Suede 247. Pair your shoe with shorts or jeans for everyday casual wear. Chino pants and a polo shirt can dress up your look when you need a smarter ensemble.

New Balance Suede 247 Upper

Notable Features

The New Balance Suede 247 features the brand’s innovative Revlite midsole system that gives the shoe enhanced durability and responsive cushioning, while being 30% lighter than other foams.

New Balance Suede 247 midsole

History of the New Balance Suede 247

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The New Balance 247 was inspired by three New Balance shoes, namely, the NB998, the NB576, and the M1300JP. The shoe took the forefoot pattern of the M1300JP, the mesh toe box of the NB576, and the grey nubuck of the NB998.

New Balance Suede 247 insole

Because of the model’s success, New Balance released it in other NB 247 iterations such as the 247 Luxe, 247 Sport, 247 Classic, 247 Leather, and now, the 247 Suede. The 247 Suede keeps the same silhouette, but all dressed up in a premium suede upper.

New Balance Suede 247 laces

Facts / Specs

Style: Sporty, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Collection: New Balance 247, New Balance REVlite
Closure: Slip-on, Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Mesh, Rubber Sole / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall

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