New Balance launches its Valencia Marathon collection

17 October, 2022

On 18 October, New Balance launches a capsule collection of exclusive products for the Valencia Marathon Trinidad Alfonso, a line of technical products including the race’s commemorative shoe, the renowned 1080 model, in both men’s and women’s versions, with laces and soles with the 42K Valencia logo.

In addition to the running shoes, the capsule collection also features several textile garments:

  • Valencia Marathon printed T-shirt, with NB ICEx Technology, for quick drying and temperature control. Reflective branding on the chest and piping in the side seam keep the runner visible in low light conditions. Made from 95% recycled polyester. Available in men’s and women’s versions.
  • Valencia Marathon printed jacket (windbreaker). In a lightweight wind and water resistant nylon. Reflective details to keep the runner visible in low light conditions. The jacket can be folded into one of its pockets to transform it into a bum bag. 100% recycled nylon. Available in men’s and women’s versions.
  • Valencia Marathon printed shorts, with NB DRY Technology, which guarantees quick drying by wicking moisture away from the body. With a 5-inch length, it features an internal brief and 2 practical pockets for items such as keys or cards. Made with 100% recycled polyester. Men’s and women’s version.

The entire collection will be available at selected Official Marathon Dealers (OMD) from 18 October and will also be on sale at Expodeporte, the race’s runners’ expo, on 2 and 3 December.


New Balance Iberia is the subsidiary for Spain, Portugal and Andorra of the global athletic brand New Balance, a brand ranked among the top 3 national footwear retailers.

New Balance, based in Boston, Massachusetts, has been delivering responsible leadership since 1906, building brands that athletes are proud to wear, our employees are proud to create and communities are proud to embrace. It has been manufacturing in the US for more than 75 years, with five factories in the US and one in Britain, employs more than 6,000 workers around the world and had global sales in 2019 of $4 billion. Despite being a leading global sports company, New Balance is the only one of its major competitors that is privately owned and unlisted, providing it with values and independence that are unique in the industry. For more information visit: www.newbalance.es

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