For Fall 2015, New Balance presents another solid Made In USA offering. Appropriately titled the "Mid-Century Modern" collection, the four-sneaker lineup was inspired by architecture and interior design of the '50s and '60s. Much like the furniture of the time, the collection brings to life a clean and modern look through premium materials, woven textiles and Horween leather accents. The pack consists of New Balance's most esteemed silhouettes such as the M998, M990, M997 and M996.

To complement the four styles, limited-edition posters were created by hand at Repeat Press in Somerville, MA on a 1960's Vandercook SP-20 letterpress. Each poster is numbered and 1,000 were created for each respective style. The posters will be available at premium retailers globally.

Look out for a release in the coming months and try out New Balance's NB1 customization program.

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