First released in 1994, the New Balance 1400 is a onetime top-of-the-line running shoe that — like so many other New Balance models — has become a casual favorite. Now, the 1400 is back in a striking made in the USA iteration that blends a quintet of elegant tones atop its supple suede construction.

The shoe’s five-pack of shades is kicked off in stark style by a stark navy toebox and mudguard, which gives way to a rich forest green shade on both the lateral and medial quarter panels. Behind this sits a tan collar and gray heel, with the assemblage rounded off by a wheat heel tab. Tongues and collar liners alike are made of white leather, and branding is supplied by a silver N logo on the midfoot, a made in the USA tag on the tongue and a NB spellout on the heel.

White laces bring the top half together, and down below trim white and gray EVA midsoles work with a gray TPU heel counter to provide support and cushioning alike. Black rubber outsoles round off the look in understated fashion.

This made in the USA New Balance 1400 is available now at New Balance Japan and retailers like J. Crew. The MSRP is set at $180 USD.

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