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New Balance 574 Revlite

New Balance have innovated one of their most traditional running shoes, the 574. They have created a lighter and much sleeker version and introduced New Balance´s Revlite technology(special foam cushioning) providing a more comfortable and functional sneaker.

Available now at Feature Sneaker Boutique or at Amazon




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NEW BALANCE RAINIER REMASTERED

New Balance have re-released the sneaker that scaled Everest. Alpinist Lou Whittaker climbed Mt. Everest in a pair New Balance Rainier boots, a hiking shoe known for having the weight and comfort of a running shoe and the ruggedness you need in a standard hiking boot. The classic Ranier trail shoe has now been modernized, with updates such as premium nylon and canvas, a Vibram sole, a padded collar for achilles support, a leak-resistant bellows tongue, and fully wat...
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ZIIIRO CELESTE WATCH

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SHWOOD NEWSPAPER COLLECTION

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