New Balance opened its UK manufacturing facility on 23rd August, 1982. Against the trend, which has seen many of its competitors moving production overseas, the company remains committed to manufacturing top-tier mens and womens sneakers in Britain.

Currently New Balance employs over 210 people at its site in Flimby, Cumbria and produces over 28,000 pairs of shoes a week.

The New Balance 577 is a great look for casual street wear and these Made in England selected editions feature a Suede/Mesh upper and an ENCAPĀ® midsole for additional support and cushioning.

ENCAPĀ® is a core of EVA, encapsulated within a shell of polyurethane for added stability and shock dispersion.