Trainer Drop: Iconic New Balance 991 Released in 'Sequoia' | Aphrodite

New Balance Sequoia Heel

Trainer Drop: Iconic New Balance 991 Released in ‘Sequoia’

Following on from the recent New Balance 1906 Protection Pack drop, we are proud to announce the release of the timeless Made in UK New Balance 991 at Aphrodite in an earthy ‘Sequoia’ brown colourway.

Crafted to perfection in the United Kingdom, the New Balance 991 exemplifies the brand’s unwavering commitment to impeccable craftsmanship and quality. Each element of the shoe has been meticulously curated, promising exceptional durability and style that transcends seasons.

New Balance 991 Sequoia Upper Lower

The ‘Sequoia’ colourway stands as a testament to New Balance’s ability to infuse elegance into athletic footwear. Sublime earthy tones intertwine, emanating an aura of neutrality and sophistication. It is a hue that transcends trends, adding a touch of subtlety and class to any ensemble.

New Balance 991 Sequoia Side View

The eagerly awaited arrival of the New Balance 991 ‘Sequoia‘ reinforces its status as a collector’s item for discerning sneakerheads. This drop epitomises the fusion of contemporary design with classic sensibility. From the city streets to boardroom meetings, these sneakers command attention with their unparalleled grace.

New Balance 991 Sequoia Sole Unit

Beyond their aesthetics, the New Balance 991 ‘Sequoia’ boasts a harmonious marriage of style and performance. The breathable mesh base, adorned with suede and leather overlays, assures unparalleled comfort and support for extended wear. A structured heel cage enhances stability, while N-ERGY technology and EVA foam in the midsole elevate cushioning to sublime heights.

In a world where style merges with utility, the New Balance Made in UK 991 ‘Sequoia’ is a triumph of design and engineering. It stands as a beacon of fashion intelligence, capturing the essence of adventure and style in one captivating creation.

Shop the New Balance 991 Sequoia at Aphrodite Online on its release on the 3rd of August.

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