Resurrecting a classic tennis shoe that debuted in 1982, the Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance T500 ‘Green’ is one pair in a collaborative trio. The shoe’s upper is all white with perforated toes, and it is made of the finest leather. The hue highlights the “N” logo and the heel collar, which on one shoe says Aimé Leon Dore, and on the other, New Balance. While white laces bring the look together, they also draw attention to the branding on the tongue.
In order to complete the vintage look of the sneaker, both the midsole and the outsole are colored in a cream hue. The base of these tennis oxfords is covered in a sail hue, which is balanced with the use of bright accents. The shoe has a low-cut silhouette and can be worn at any time of day because of its versatility.
About Aimé Leon Dore & New Balance
Aimé Leon Dore has teamed up with New Balance to release a new collection of sneakers called the T500 sneakers pack. They have formed a strong partnership in the world of sneaker collaborations. The partnership began in 2019 and has since produced several successful releases, including the revival of the NB 550 and the ALD-inspired take on the classic New Balance silhouette.
The success of the partnership has led to the brands becoming one of the most loved duos in the industry. The two companies have now introduced fans to one of the most iconic retro sneaker models from New Balance, the T500 sneakers. The new Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance T500 sneakers collection features three sets of T500 sneakers dressed in unique colorways.
Are New Balance shoes high quality?
A top choice for fitness walkers, New Balance shoes are known for their plush comfort and quality construction. The brand also offers sneakers in a wide range of styles that provide extra support for different types of wearers, like those with flat feet or fallen arches.
Why is New Balance so comfortable?
Walking shoes should provide comfort and support while minimizing foot pain and issues like plantar fasciitis. New Balance’s walking shoes generally have thick, cushioned midsoles that absorb impact, as well as well-designed footbeds that provide arch support (although some of their models are more minimal).