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With the dad-core sneaker trend having hit an all-time high this year, everyone from Nike and FILA to Gucci and A.P.C has been releasing their own versions. But when it comes to this silhouette, there’s one brand that has the monopoly – New Balance. Thanks to its high-performant yet steezy silhouettes, the New England-based brand has garnered a loyal following among athletes and sneakerheads alike.

But with general releases hard to keep tabs on amidst the hype, below we’ve rounded up some of the New Balance releases that have caught the attention of Highsnobiety staff in a big way of late.

Our selection includes everything from the new MX608WT model — a modern spin on the New Balance 608 sports sneaker featuring a white leather upper with contrasting color details — to the hiking-inspired silhouette of the M801AT — a new take on a ’90s classic, featuring hiking-ready D-ring laces and  “ALL-TERRAIN” branding throughout.

On top of that, you’ll see elevated sneakers such as the R_C1, made via New Balance’s Tokyo Design Studio. Unveiled this past November, the new sneaker features a vegetable leather upper paired with New Balance’s traditional ENCAP technology, for enhanced support and durability.

With options starting from as little as $97, scroll down to see all our favorite New Balance kicks to cop right, and click through to cop if you see anything you like.

MX608WT

New Balance

$85

M801AT

New Balance

$100

999 Sneakers

New Balance x J.Crew Canyon Road

$227

Test Run PRJ 1.0

New Balance

$110

990v4 Sneakers

New Balance

$174

991.5 Made In UK

New Balance

$200

990 V3

New Balance

$165

MSRC1LWT Reveal Concept 1

New balance X Tokyo Design Studio

$150

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