• 29-JUN-2016

~~BOSTON, DECEMBER 2015 – This fall 2016 Boston-based New Balance will launch a new addition to the award winning Vazee collection, the New Balance Vazee 2090. The Vazee 2090 takes speed to a new level furthering the movement ignited by the Vazee Collection and designed for the runner looking to push the pace. The Vazee 2090 launches in July 2016 with the suggested retail price of $149.95.

The Vazee 2090 represents the pinnacle of speed in the Vazee collection and is designed for runners who want to unleash the speed of which they could only once dream. Featuring a unique coupling of N2, a nitrogen infused TPU, and REVlite, the innovative design of the midsole brings a unique and vibrant underfoot feel. The new ¾ length N2 configuration is lighter and more responsive than past applications of this cushioning technology and when paired with REVlite, provides a continuous platform of resilience and durability that holds up mile after mile. The precision with which the flex grooves and midsole geometries were designed spurs a new feeling of power and speed. 

To complement the midsole, the Vazee 2090 features an upper that is designed to fit a variety of foot shapes, while allowing for stretch and return in a finely tuned manner. The midfoot saddle is formed by an innovative design utilizing dynamic upper materials that expand and accommodate the foot in motion. In addition the upper design features new branding that pays homage to the New Balance logo, giving this new shoe an aggressive, go-fast attitude.

In this brand new addition to the Vazee line-up, the Vazee 2090 allows the runner to unleash a new level of speed this fall.

About New Balance
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