New Balance Numeric has just dropped another dope collaboration with legendary UK skate shop Lost Art.
NB Numeric hit the scene in 2013 and approaches everything they do through the unique lens and language of skateboarding. Building upon their knowledge of shoe making by product testing all of their footwear against the harshest conditions, they continue to strive towards producing the best skate shoes possible. An obsessive attention to detail and love for skate culture has earned New Balance Numeric their reputation as a brand of quality, performance, and durability.
Founded in 1999 by Dave Mackey, a lifelong ambassador to both the local and entire UK skate scene Lost Art is a legendary skate shop based in Liverpool, England. The shop is considered home to renowned skaters such as Geoff Rowley and Charlie Birch but is also a haven to the many new faces coming into the local skate scene. With NB heritage design details, this new NB Numeric NM22 x Lost Art reworks the court-inspired Tempus silhouette and updates the durability to help withstand all the abuse of skateboarding. There’s a Nubuck suede and mesh upper, a redesigned toe box and embossed New Balance and Lost Art logos on the heel. This sleek yet subtle skate shoe kicks ass in every way.