The New Balance Numeric line we previewed at Agenda is looking excellent with an assortment of colorways and a vareity of models to fit every skaters needs.
Those who enjoy a more technical shoe will be interested in the Logan, which utilizes REVlite™ – an innovative foam compound providing the responsiveness and durability of foams 30% heavier. REVlite offers a lightweight ride without minimizing construction or sacrificing underfoot cushioning or stability.
Next in line is the Stratford, consisting of a one piece quarter panel and vamp construction for no seam obstruction or blow outs…or in different terms – your shoe will take much longer to explode from ollies and fliptricks.
The Brighton and Brighton high offer a more casual look and a low vulcanized silhouette. Despite the laid back look, the high quality suede and canvas used is built to withstand skating at any level.
Numeric did not leave out skaters who enjoy a classic cup-sole. The Quincy has a low profile, dual-tread cupsole that does not take away from boardfeel and control.
Expect to see a weartest / review on a few of the Numeric models in the next few months.