New Balance adorns another Made in US sneaker model in a vibrant colorway -- this time, it is the 990v5 sneaker silhouette that is re-designed in a Molten Lava tonal option. It also features hues of 'Fireball' to deliver vibrant and fiery hues throughout the entire design.
The Molten Lava color is found on the pig suede paneling details and at the mesh base foundation. This Fireball color then covers the plastic case and the heel cap as it is slightly darker to add a subtle contrast. The tongue highlights the brand's emblems with a patch that reads "Made in US." The sneaker is then rounded out with a white and red ENCAP midsole and rubber gum sole with treaded details.
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New Balance's Molten Lava Colorway Adorns the 990v5 Silhouette
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