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Numeric Mens NB 288 SPORT Black Green Shoes

Numeric Mens NB 288 SPORT Black Green Shoes

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The New Balance Numeric NM288 Sport takes the classic look of the NM288 and updates it with a stylish, modern edge. These skateboarding shoes feature rolled edge seaming for durability and have a C-CAP midsole for impact absorption. The bootie construction gives you the comfort and support needed when you're on your board. These skate shoes are finished with a suede and mesh upper for extra style.

• No technology
• C-cap
• Suede/mesh upper
• Suede/ mesh
• Lace
• C-cap midsole cushioning delivers durable support
• Lightweight suede and mesh upper
• Suede/mesh material
• Bootie upper construction hugs your foot for a snug, supportive fit
• Rolled edge seam provides durability and protects shoe's integrity




New Balance Numeric

New Balance Numeric skate shoes hit the streets in 2013. Since then, they have developed a solid skateboarding team and shoes with riders like Jamie Foy 306 shoe, Tiago Lemos 1010 shoe, Brandon Westgate 508 shoe.


- Handling time 1-3   business days (Mon-Fri)
- Transit Time 3-5   business days  (Mon-Fri)

- Within 28 days of purchase


Size Chart

This shoe is unisex, but sold in men's sizes. For women's sizes, refer to the table below and purchase the equivalent men's size.

Shoe Size Chart

1. Tape the paper on the floor with one end against a wall. It’s important that it doesn’t slip so that you’re able to get the proper measurement.

2. Plant one foot on the paper with your heel against the wall.

Foot 1
3. Trace the outline of your foot. It’s easiest to have someone help you with this step. Try not to hold the pencil at an angle, as that can cause an improper measurement.
Foot 2
4. Using your ruler, measure the longest and widest parts of your outline.
Foot 3

5. Repeat with your other foot.

Take down your measurements in both inches and centimeters. Charts may vary in the units used. When comparing your results with a shoe size chart, you’ll want to use the measurement of your larger foot.

Keep in mind that if you’re purchasing a shoe for a child, it may be helpful to buy a larger size to allow them room to grow.

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