Attention, sneakerheads! The upcoming MADE in USA Fall/Winter 2023 collection from New Balance is about to drop some serious heat with their latest addition, the New Balance 990v6 “Burgundy.” Teddy Santis and his crew are ditching the bright and vibrant colors of summer in favor of darker and more muted tones for this collection.

Prepare to be seduced by the newly-revealed wine-colored NB 990v6, a shoe that exudes confidence and sophistication. While not as low-key as some of New Balance’s other winter-ready styles, the “Burgundy” option brings a fresh look to your wardrobe, perfectly complementing heavier fabrics and layers. It’s time to level up your sneaker game, my friends.

Crafted with premium pig suede and breathable mesh, the upper of the New Balance 990v6 “Burgundy” stays true to the brand’s heritage. But wait, there’s more! This sneaker also features synthetic components, with panels along the profiles and around the heel adding a touch of brown to the deep red ensemble. It’s all about the details, my stylish sneaker aficionados.

Like its MADE in USA counterparts, the New Balance 990v6 “Burgundy” keeps it classy with a simple “White/Grey” color scheme on its sole unit. A TPU back tab and a polyurethane rim provide the necessary support, while ENCAPE midsole cushioning and the brand’s high-performance FoamCell technology ensure all-day comfort. Let’s not forget about the Ndurance traction, a nod to the 990 series’ running heritage. This shoe means business both on and off the track.

Mark your calendars, because this highly-anticipated sneaker will be available for stateside sneakerheads on October 26th, while our friends in Tokyo can grab a pair from the T-House store starting on October 27th. The price tag? $210 USD. Trust me, it’s worth every penny for a shoe that’s as stylish as it is comfortable.

And if you’re hungry for more sneaker news (I know I am), make sure to check out the JJJJound x New Balance 2002R dropping on October 27th. It’s a one-two punch of sneaker greatness that you won’t want to miss. Stay tuned, sneakerheads!

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