As with their team, New Balance Numeric’s catalog has been growing at a rapid pace. Their skate-ready footwear now has a model for any caliber of skating. Whether you’re looking for a tech-forward cupsole or a durable vulcanized model, NB# has every preference in their arsenal. Now, it appears that they’re expanding their versatility once more by offering a midtop model with a rubber toe for extended durability.
Branching off of their classic Pro Court 212, the Pro Court 213 guarantees the ankle support most have been looking for in a sturdy vulcanized model. While consumers have been able to find that support within the Brighton Hi 354, the lack of a rubber toe only sustains the model’s toe for so long.
The Pro Court 213 is hitting skate shops now and is priced at $70. From trying them on, the overall consensus has been to go a half-size down. (Ex. If you’re a 9.5, get a size 9)
We’ll keep you posted with additional colorways as they continue to debut.