New Balance 574 Icon Shoe - Men's

New Balance 574 Icon Shoe - Men's
New Balance 574 Icon Shoe - Men's
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574 Icon Shoe - Men's by New Balance
When you're taking your dog for a stroll through the park, you always run the risk of being called on to even out the teams for a pick-up game. Wear the New Balance Men's 574 Icon Shoe, and be ready for either scenario. Their casual vibe makes it look like you're not trying too hard, but inside they are ready to play. Underfoot, the 574 has a removable footbed and an EVA midsole to cushion your step. New Balance gave the Encap midsole a polyurethane rim to help it stand up to abuse over time, and rounded the shoe out with a rubber outsole to grip everything from the scraggly dog park grass to the court.

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