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'''New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.''' better known simply as '''New Balance''' or just '''NB''', is a shoe manufacturing company formed by [[William J. Riley]] in Boston, Massachusetts in 1906. The company was originally known as the New Balance Arch Support Company. New Balance is currently one of the largest sporting goods companies in the world.
 
'''New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.''' better known simply as '''New Balance''' or just '''NB''', is a shoe manufacturing company formed by [[William J. Riley]] in Boston, Massachusetts in 1906. The company was originally known as the New Balance Arch Support Company. New Balance is currently one of the largest sporting goods companies in the world.

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Established 1906
Official Website http://www.newbalance.com/

New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. better known simply as New Balance or just NB, is a shoe manufacturing company formed by William J. Riley in Boston, Massachusetts in 1906. The company was originally known as the New Balance Arch Support Company. New Balance is currently one of the largest sporting goods companies in the world.

New balance still manufactures several of it's higher quality shoes in the United States; very uncommon for a shoe manufacturer as most manufacturers assemble shoes in Chinese factories. New Balance is perhaps best known for their manufacture of shoes in several widths ranging from AA to EEEEEE.

History

Information about founding of company, etc.

Countries of Origin

Many of New Balance's shoes are made in the USA, either entirely or of imported materials. Those that aren't are primarily manufactured in China.