New Balance C-Series




Exploring the city by bicycle is a great way to get around, see the sights and keep fit at the same time.

Cycling combines functionality and fitness. You get where you need to be and get fitter in the process. To help you on your way, the New Balance C-Series of footwear fuses this functionality and performance. You can look good on the streets and feel good on the pedals. Whether you’re a regular cyclist or thinking of taking it up, the New Balance C-Series will help you to cycle without compromising on style.

Designed as an urban cycling shoe, the New Balance CM600C, 996C and CT700C have a traditional sleek silhouette, reflective laces and high-density rubber in the forefoot of the outsole to withstand the miles.

The CM600C offers a bootie construction for an easy on and off fit, as well as a neoprene tongue designed with a hidden pocket to safely tuck laces away from the gears. The CT700C hi-cut style has an ankle strap to wrap around long pants – allowing for swift, uninhibited pedalling. Both the CM600C and CT700C include new reflective laser-etched pattern pops on the upper.

C-Series Details

  • Synthetic upper
  • Hidden tongue pocket to tuck away laces (CM600C only)
  • Reflective laces
  • Reflective laser-etched pattern, underlay and heel tab (CM600C and CT700C only)
  • Insole cork graphic
  • Ankle strap (CT700C only)

See the shoes in action with this video of the C-series




Another piece of exciting news from NEW BALANCE would be the 30th Anniversary celebration of the M1300.  First released as a high technology running shoe in 1985, New Balance are glad to introduce the 2015 version of this much loved running shoe.

The M1300JP2 is now available at Limited Edt Vault @ 313 and Leftfoot Entrepôt The Cathay

Retail price is $399.


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