New Balance have come together with European retailers Sneaker N’ Stuff and 24 Kilates to help reintroduce the coveted 300 court silhouette to their Made in England range. Originally released in 1979, the sneaker was one of the brand’s first shoes designed exclusively for tennis and now sees a comeback in premium materials from New Balance’s factory in Flimby, UK. Sneakers N’ Stuff’s rendition comes to us as the CT300PSN, combining a series of tonal grey, and deep burgundy suedes, with crisp white mesh, leather lining and midsole. 24 Kilates’ rendition comes to us as the CT300PKT with a slew of buttery caramel suedes, and tonal navy suede and mesh, before receiving a slight burst of colour from the orange heel. Much like the CT300PSN, the CT300PKT sits atop a crisp white midsole, with white leather lining.
Both the CT300SNSN, and CT300PKT will be releasing this Saturday the 26th of July at our Level 1/15 McKillop Street store, from 11am, with any remaining pairs releasing online from 12pm the same day. Remember to get in quickly as numbers are extremely limited, and check all of the finer details after the jump.