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Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2013

Purchased on September 19, 2012, this year + old New Balance 574 Custom has sat in a corner collecting dust until my New Balance Excellent Makers video was released. The colorway takes inspiration from a woman who was walking in front of me with a dress that had similar hues. I took a photo of her and interpreted it into what you see above. One thing I decided to use was a darker blue instead of a lighter blue/greenish hue on the bottom part of her dress (I did however add a light blue accent on the heel tab which still sticks to the original idea of the dress). I felt that the darker blue gave it a borderline look in which either gender could wear. Though these days it really doesn’t matter what color shoes are on men or women and why its called His or Hers; His or Hers. It’s  a pretty straight forward CW design….

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You’ll see two different sets of photos here. The on-foot ones were taken this summer and it was when I UNDS the pair. The ones after it are from my New Balance Excellent makers video. Enjoy the photos while I set up the next posts for three other NB574 customs.

Check out my First New Balance 574 Custom and review of the product.

Check out my Second New Balance 574 Custom.

Check out my Third New Balance 574 Custom.

Check out my Fourth New Balance 574 Custom

Check out my Fifth New Balance 574 Custom

Check out my Sixth New Balance 574 custom

Check out my Seventh New Balance 574 custom

Make your own New Balance 574 Custom

Materials

Pigskin Premium Suede

Mesh

Colors

Hot Pink, Houndawg, Nearly Navy, and Fresh Blue

Made proudly in the USA.

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4 responses »

  1. Henri says:

    which material is the logo base? suede or synthetiv? would appreciat your answer mate! nice work

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