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November 1, 2022
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New Balance's 9060 Arrives In A Retro Green And Blue Palette

Sneaker News
3 min read

New Balance's 9060 Arrives In A Retro Green And Blue Palette

November 1, 2022
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By
Adam Cheung
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The ultimate retro futuristic silhouette.

New Balance 9060 Nightwatch

After getting a glimpse of two new colorways yesterday including a collaboration with Mowalola, we're now checking out the New Balance 9060 "Nightwatch." Giving the retro futuristic model a vintage varsity jacket-inspired color combination, if you're still on the fence about whether or not you should grab this sneaker, then this pair will no doubt help you make up your mind. If it helps, we think that this might just be one of the best 9060s yet.

Taking on the all-new sneaker, the "Nightwatch" works on top of a breathable blue base and is overlaid by lush green suede panels across the board. Clean lilac accents hit the New Balance branding on the sidewalls, tongue, and heel, and additional purple tones can be found speckled throughout the flat laces. Of course, you can't talk about the 9060 without mentioning the extra chunky midsole. Spotted here in a white and lime green color scheme, the bulbous proportions nod to NB sneakers of the past and the future. This is then finished off with a see-through heel clip that wraps around the back of the shoe, finalizing the one-of-a-kind design.

Releasing on November 5th, 2022, the New Balance 9060 Nightwatch will drop in men's sizes for $150. Expected to launch at New Balance and select retailers both online and in physical locations, you definitely don't want to miss out on this. More colorways are set to be officially unveiled very soon, so keep your eyes peeled on our Twitter and Mobile App to find out everything that you need to know and much more.

New Balance 9060 "Nightwatch"

Color: Green/Blue
Style Code: U9060GRE
Release Date: 11/05/2022
Price: $150

Image via Sneaker Politics

The ultimate retro futuristic silhouette.

New Balance 9060 Nightwatch

After getting a glimpse of two new colorways yesterday including a collaboration with Mowalola, we're now checking out the New Balance 9060 "Nightwatch." Giving the retro futuristic model a vintage varsity jacket-inspired color combination, if you're still on the fence about whether or not you should grab this sneaker, then this pair will no doubt help you make up your mind. If it helps, we think that this might just be one of the best 9060s yet.

Taking on the all-new sneaker, the "Nightwatch" works on top of a breathable blue base and is overlaid by lush green suede panels across the board. Clean lilac accents hit the New Balance branding on the sidewalls, tongue, and heel, and additional purple tones can be found speckled throughout the flat laces. Of course, you can't talk about the 9060 without mentioning the extra chunky midsole. Spotted here in a white and lime green color scheme, the bulbous proportions nod to NB sneakers of the past and the future. This is then finished off with a see-through heel clip that wraps around the back of the shoe, finalizing the one-of-a-kind design.

Releasing on November 5th, 2022, the New Balance 9060 Nightwatch will drop in men's sizes for $150. Expected to launch at New Balance and select retailers both online and in physical locations, you definitely don't want to miss out on this. More colorways are set to be officially unveiled very soon, so keep your eyes peeled on our Twitter and Mobile App to find out everything that you need to know and much more.

New Balance 9060 "Nightwatch"

Color: Green/Blue
Style Code: U9060GRE
Release Date: 11/05/2022
Price: $150

Image via Sneaker Politics

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