We take an up close look at this Numeric 288 Skate Shoe collaboration with 303 Boards, Jeremy Fish and New Balance Numeric.
New Balance dates all the way back to 1906. When William J. Riley, an Irish immigrant founded the company that manufactured arch supports and other accessories designed to improve shoe fit. Flash forward to today and New Balance is one of the world’s major sports footwear and apparel manufacturers creating both shoes and apparel for running, basketball, baseball, skateboarding and balance in everyday life.
New Balance Numeric has teamed up again with 303 Boards out of Colorado and legendary skateboard artist Jeremy Fish on a follow up to their 272 released last year. The Silly Pink Bunnies 288 features customer J-Fish artwork all over the place including the insoles heels, heel tab, and sidewall. Featuring a custom 303 Lace Lock this is one you won’t want to miss. This New Balance 288 is upgraded, featuring a brand new outsole for improved grip a C-Cap midsole for cushioning and a four way stretch sockliner for the perfect fit.