Longtime collaborative partners SneakersNStuff and New Balance are teasing a new project this week, featuring the classic 574 as their canvas. While our initial look is limited, the green and purple suede pair will likely launch soon.

The New Balance 574 has long been one of the pillars of the brand’s arsenal, originating as a running shoe before slowly making its way into the lifestyle family, where it now dominates as one of NB’s most popular sneakers. Along this path to fame, the 574 has appeared as a part of dozens of collaborations, seeing the Boston brand team up with others from around the world. This week, we have an early look at an upcoming release from the SneakersNStuff team, which elevates the sleek runner through premium suede and an eye-catching purple and green color blocking. The teaser images are fairly limited, so there is no guessing what SNS’s product story will be until their unveil their campaign in full sometime in the coming weeks.

SNEAKERSNSTUFF X NEW BALANCE 574 RELEASE INFORMATION

The latest project from New Balance and SneakersNStuff has not yet been announced for release, though we expect them to launch sometime in the coming weeks. The purple and green take on the classic 574 will likely be an exclusive release to SNS, featuring special packaging and an elevated price tag. Check out the SNS team’s teaser images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more New Balance release news.

UPDATE 12/6/21: New Balance and SneakersNStuff have announced the release of their upcoming 574 collaboration, slated to drop this Saturday, December 11th, 2021. Dressed in smooth shades of green, purple, and off-white, this pair will come with an elevated price tag oof $140, releasing exclusively from the Swedish retailer. Check out their official images below for a better look at the project, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more New Balance release news.

SNS x New Balance 574 “The SNS 574”
Release Date: December 11th, 2021
Price: $140
Color: Green/Purple
Style Code: Ml574NS2

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