Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance 991 “Tan” (M991LIO) Review

Aimé Leon Dore dropped their first Made in UK New Balance collaboration earlier this month, with the release of two colourways of the 991. Today’s review I’m breaking down the “Tan” colourway which consists of cream shaded mesh, premium tan coloured leather overlays, and accents of green nubuck and reflective panels. Watch my review to learn more and drop a comment down below if you picked these up too!

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Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance 991 “Grey” (M991CRS) Review

Aimé Leon Dore dropped their first Made in UK New Balance collaboration last week, with the release of two colourways of the 991. Today’s review covers the “Grey” colourway which consists of cream shaded mesh, grey suede overlays, and accents of green nubuck and reflective panels. Watch my review to learn more and drop a comment down below if you picked these up too!

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Sneakersnstuff x New Balance 991 “Yellow / Blue / White” (M991EF) Review

Sweden’s very own Sneakersnstuff recently dropped a New Balance 991 collaboration, inspired by the colours of their very first collab on the 577 model in 2005. Today I’m reviewing co-founder Erik Fagerland’s “Yellow / Blue / White” colourway inspired by the Swedish and Canary Island flags, which is crafted using premium leather and suede. Check out my review to learn more!

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Watch my review of the Sneakersnstuff x New Balance 991 “Navy / White” colourway here: https://youtu.be/CBicuuSazDY

Sneakersnstuff x New Balance 991 “Navy / White / Grey” (M991PJ) Review

Sweden’s very own Sneakersnstuff recently dropped a New Balance 991 collaboration, inspired by the colours of their very first collab on the 577 model in 2005. First up on my channel is the review of co-founder Peter Jansson’s “Navy / White / Grey” colourway, which is crafted using premium leather and suede in a more subtle and neutral colourway. Check out my review to learn more!

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Run The Boroughs x New Balance 991 “London Marathon” Review

Last year, New Balance collaborated with Run The Boroughs, a London-based running club, to release a special 991 to celebrate the Virgin Money London Marathon. I recently picked up a restock on New Balance’s website and finally have a full, in-depth review for you to watch!

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Stray Rats x New Balance 991 “Brown / Purple / Green” (M991SRG) Review

Stray Rats and New Balance recently linked up to release a two-pack collab on the Made in England 991 model. The second of the two I’m reviewing is the “Brown / Purple” colourway, which features brown and purple coloured nubuck, suede and mesh, with green reflective overlays accented throughout the shoe. Check out this bold colourway and let me know if you’re feeling them or not!

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Stray Rats x New Balance 991 “Black / Pink” (M991SRP) Review

Stray Rats and New Balance recently linked up to release a two-pack collab on the Made in England 991 model. The first of the two I’m reviewing is the “Black / Pink” colourway, which features black coloured nubuck and mesh, with reflective overlays and accents of grey and pink throughout. Check out this bold colourway and let me know if you’re feeling them or not!

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New Balance 991 “Grey” (M991GL) Review

New Balance and grey are synonymous with one another, and these 991s are a perfect example of that. I picked up the “Grey” 991 (M991GL) recently, which is a Made in England pair featuring grey tones of suede, leather and mesh. Check out my detailed review and let me know what you think about this pair down below!

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New Balance 991 “20th Anniversary” Review

The New Balance 991 celebrated its 20th anniversary with the release of a special model which pays homage to its past 20 years. This made in England pair is done in classic grey with hits of navy, and is manufactured in Flimby, England. Check out my review to get a closer look and share your thoughts on these down below!