New Balance x Paul Smith Worldcup Collection

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With football (no we’re not talking about American football) on the brain, two beloved designers have come together to form the new New Balance x Paul Smith Worldcup Collection. The partnerships offers the perfect blend of manufacturing techniques with distinctive colors and of course high quality outwear for men and women. Limited edition 576 trainers feature kangaroo leather, a subtle nod to Paul’s Signature Stripe, and the New Balance comfort that so many people have come to wear.

If the Worldcup will have you shouting “goooaaal” and enthusiastically rocking the Jersey fist pump, then you just might want to get the MiUK-One. These football boots combine a Super-Flex Nylon sole plate with premier leather and of course a spot of color for style, comfort, and precision. The final element of the New Balance x Paul Smith Worldcup Collection is the actual football. Available in three limited edition designs, each of the balls features Paul’s Signature Stripe, hand stitching, and a special microfiber surface to practically eliminate drag. Whether you plan on traveling to Russia or cheering your Nation on from the comfort of a bar, the New Balance x Paul Smith Worldcup Collection is here to help you get in the football spirit with a bit of high fashion.

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