A cold winter lies ahead and brands such as New Balance are doing its best to prepare for the looming weather with releases geared for the elements. Recently, the American sportswear brand has reworked its typical suede and mesh offerings to suit colder climates. Whether it be the favoring of more resistant materials or the utilization of GORE-TEX technology, the brand continues to mix up its preparation.
Now, the New Balance 610 Incubation steps onto the scene in “Beige” and “Tan/Black” colorways. The revitalized take on the New Balance 610, its Incubation variant sees a modern look for the trail running shoe while retaining its outdoor-ready properties. In “Beige,” a monochromatic colorway sees the titular color covering the entirety of the sneaker. As for “Tan/Black,” its base operates in black while brown appears throughout the upper’s overlays. The ABZORB midsole, packed with ACTEVA cushioning, favors “Tan” while the rubber outsole arrives in black, including at its Ndurance rubber heel that is designed for durability.
Available now, both beige New Balance 610 Incubation colorways can be purchased via Dover Street Market at a price of $110 USD.
Take a close look at the pairs above and for more New Balance news, the 2002R has appeared in its GORE-TEX-equipped 2002RX presentation in a gray “Castlerock.”
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