New Balance Numeric (or NB#) is the skate division of the immensely popular running brand, with roots in Boston's Brighton neighborhood. The brand has built an incredible team and has revamped some of their most popular models in the past year. With the top quality that New Balance is renowned for—tweaked to fit the demands of today's skater—Numeric is a brand you can count on.
Originally team editions, the PJ Stratford 533 became a PJ Ladd model after he had a hand in the redesign process. The shoe features the durable N-Durance outsole and a molded EVA footbed for shock absorption.
The Brighton 344 model has a flexible vulcanized sole (talkin' about boardfeel, y'all). The internal elastic gussets give you a more snug fit, and that one-piece toe keeps the flick proper.
The Quincy 254 skate shoes deliver classic New Balance style, recently revamped with an updated gradient thread to improve durability.
And the Logan 637 is lighter than the 636, and re-engineered for a longer life. With a thin outsole, you're sure to have great boardfeel, and the injection-molded insole enhances the comfort. Top it all off with a one-piece quarter panel, and you have the makings of one of Numeric's longest-lasting shoes so far.