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The History Of The New Balance 1906R

New Balance is not just a stylish shoemaker, they also make products that are built to last and perform. The 1906R is a shoe that perfectly displays New Balance ability to achieve fashion and function. Learn more about the 1906R below.


You can truly run in style with the New Balance 1906R. Traditionally the shoe has nubuck leather and mesh on the upper. They offer a lot of breathability and durability. The ABZORB midsole absorbs impact with cushioning and compression resistance. The N-ergy outsole of the shoe is built for shock absorption and for a nice and smooth fit. The New Balance 1906R is the ultimate running shoe.

A Brief History Of New Balance

New Balance got its start in 1906 in Boston, Massachusetts. They offer a wide range of sizes and widths for everything from training to lifestyle. New Balance strives for innovation, as well as pushing the boundaries of modern fashion. New Balance prides itself on a large majority of its shoes being made in the United States. The craftsmanship and quality of New Balance sneakers are always top of the line. The versatility of New Balance allows them to have a presence in the gym, office, and the nightclub. That versatility makes them a brand that never goes out of style or loses its relevance.

Shoe Palace & New Balance

New Balance is one of the most recognizable, and well-respected brands, in the shoe and fashion communities. Shoe Palace has always had a strong and collaborative relationship with New Balance. They appeal to the whole family with a wide range of products for men, women, and children – which makes them a perfect partner for a retailer. New Balance has been a staple at Shoe Palace stores, and easily one of our most asked for brands, from the start. Their current partnership with NBA star Kawai Leonard, and with the popularity of the 574, 327, 991 and the 997 styles rising, New Balance is a brand that is not slowing down. Shoe Palace looks forward to a bright and collaborative future with New Balance.


- Adam C. Better