After a quick preview from the Sneaker Freaker cover, we can take a more detailed look at the upcoming collaboration between New Balance and Boston boutique Concepts on the 999 running sneaker, entitled "The Kennedy".

"Frank Rivera at Concepts in Cambridge has given us the scoop on his nifty New Balance 999s, which were designed to reflect President John F. Kennedy's love for New England's sailing history. Trimmed in classical red, white and blue (with tan highlights), there's a host of tiny details including nylon paneling and CNCPTS flag logos, and the shoes come with a mesh bag that should be ideal to drain anything that tips overboard. "

Due to be released March 2011, we can give you a detailed look at the sneakers after the jump.

Via SF.

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