After taking a first look at the New Balance ML850YSC this month, we will now take a closer look at the nostalgic model. The new Balance ML850 was launched in 1996, until Aimé Leon Dore revived the model in its original color range in June. The ML850YSC was originally released on Mulberry Street by Aimé Leon Dore on June 28th, then released from Bodega on August 17th.’
The New Balance 850 initially debuted in 1996. As one of the thoughtful first steps of the brand towards a younger audience. While by today’s standards the 850 is clearly labeled “father’s shoes,” a silhouette that marks a radical change in that category at the time of release.
In addition to the graphics panel, the 850 is best known as the first New Balance model to replace the N brand with the NB brand, which is now a tongue and heel icon. The 850 is also called Unisex to further develop its modern concept.
The revitalized New Balance ML850YSC remains true to the original 850’s shape while emphasizing the NB brand gold embroidered on the tongue and side heels. The rest of the original track color is white with various details in black, white and blue.
The suede and leather layer adorns the upper, adding the texture that shoe lovers want. The white insole and black outsole provide intimacy, while removing any insole manufacturer will keep the ML850YSC fresh from the rest of the New Balance range.