New Balance x Aimé Leon Dore collab: release date, how to buy and more
New Balance and Aimé Leon Dore have announced details of the T500 collaboration – and this is how to get them.
The brand and fashion label are once again teaming up on a new collection inspired by a classic New Balance silhouette.
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It follows up the original 500 collab range for kids in August, and sees the New York City-based label reimagine the New Balance classics.
The silhouette was originally released in 1982 as a performance tennis shoe, with the Aimé Leon Dore collab reintroducing them to the market.
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They’ll be available in a number of colourways, with red, green and black available.
The vintage-inspired trainers also feature the New Balance logo as well as Aimé Leon Dore in the brand’s font style on the back.
They’ve also teamed up with tennis star Coco Gauff to preview the sneakers, who recently achieved a historic Grand Slam win.
The 19-year-old won the 2023 US Open while wearing New Balance shoes and has appeared in the campaign for the brand.
The Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance T500 collection is expected to be priced at $130.
New Balance teams up with Aminé
The brand recently teamed up with rapper Aminé on a collaboration, which reimagined a pair of the New Balance 610s.
‘The Mooz’ sneakers feature brown and yellow uppers, alongside an eye-catching “610” badge painted in a glowing yellow.
The snowglobe features a bunch of bananas that bounce along the inside, with Aminé saying its “one of my favorite details of the shoe“.
Plus the dual-branded Aminé x New Balance logo sits on the tongues, positioned above toggled lacing.
They dropped in August and you can find out more via the New Balance website.
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