New Balance first teased their upcoming revival of 1999’s 1000 runner late last year. Now, the first in-line release in “Silver Metallic” has a release date, dropping in April.

After previewing the return of their 1000 model back in January, New Balance has finally set a release date for their first release. The running shoe from 1999 will likely officially launch through the JoeFreshGoods collaboration currently slated for April, with in-line releases to followe shortly, like this “Silver Metallic” pair coming at the end of of the month. This look features a black mesh base for the upper, adding metallic silver synthetic layers for the wavy outer panels. White laces and an off-white midsole break up the color blocking a bit, while a soft yellow outline for the ‘N’ logos completes the look.


New Balance’s first in-line release of their retro 1000 model has been scheduled for late next month, on April 24th, 2024. Dressed in a “Silver Metallic” finish with black and a hint of yellow, pairs are expected to release from both NB and select retailers for $150. Check out the product images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker release news.

New Balance 1000 “Silver Metallic”
Color: Silver Metallic/Black-Dawn Glow
Style Code: M1000SL
Release Date: April 24th, 2024
Price: $150