New Balance Rebuilds The MSX-Racer With New Cordura Fabric Uppers

New Balance’s X-Racer has been a low key hit this year. The subtly stylish lifestyle silhouette has been the center of New Balance casual offerings, and this month they’re upping the ante with new Cordura-lined colorways.

The New Balance X-Racer is the second silhouette to be added to the brand’s new franchise, which launched last Summer with the X-90. As with its predecessor, the new X-Racer takes heavy inspiration from past New Balance models, this time focusing on releases from the mid-90s to early 2000s, like the M1000, M1200, RC205, and the outsole of the famous 1400. Since its debut earlier this year, the X-Racer has taken on a host of interesting colorways, but this month’s might be our favorite yet. The latest release features three colorways, each equipped with a host of Cordura nylon paneling. The uppers use the stiffer nylon to reinforce the mesh base layers, as well as lining the mudguard of the shoe. 


New Balance’s Cordura-lined X-Racer launched earlier this week on November 5th, 2019. Currently, pairs can be found on Mita Sneakers’ Japan website, with all three colorways retailing for the same $127. If you don’t want to wait for shoes to ship from Japan, we expect these limited edition pairs to arrive stateside sometime in the coming weeks. Check out the product shots below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more New Balance release news.

New Balance X-Racer “Cordura” 
Release Date: Available Now
Price: $127


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