The lifestyle menswear brand released an exclusive iteration of the New Balance M997 sneaker that retails for $235 and is available at Toddsnyder.com and at select retailers.
According to the brand’s site, the shoe takes inspiration from the designer’s time spent in Hudson, N.Y., with tributes to the brick at the Hudson Train station, the greenery around the city and the sights of Warren Street. The shoe features a mix of earth tones including tumbled bison leather, chemical-free vegetable-tanned leather and pigskin suede.
The style sits all atop New Balance’s ENCAP midsole technology, mixing soft padding with a tougher rim for cushion and durable support.
The two forces of fashion came together earlier in the year for a different colorway of the 997 sneakers for LGBTQ Pride Month. The Love 997 dropped in June and featured a mixed color palette of white peach, cedar quartz and copper rose made with plush suede and perforated leather.
The style retailed originally for $220 and now resells for $300 and more.
Todd Snyder and New Balance Celebrate Love for LGBTQ Pride Month by Remixing a Classic Shoe