USA Manufacturing

We made our first pair of running shoes in 1938 and have been committed to USA manufacturing ever since.
Made in the U.S.A.
Made in America
As the only athletic footwear manufacturer currently making shoes in the U.S., we know towns like Skowhegan, ME are the backbone of our company. Take a closer look at the people who live there and find out why they take as much pride in their community as they do in their craft.
Our Factories
Boston, MA

We made our first pair of running shoes in Boston in 1938. Today, at our 50,000 square foot factory on Newton Street, our associates use a state-of-the-art manufacturing process to produce the 811 walking shoe. They also produce service-industry footwear, harkening back to the company's original reason for being -- to help working people stay comfortable on their feet.

Lawrence, MA

Housed in the historic Ayer Mill building, the factory is a look back at American manufacturing from the outside and a bold look at its future on the inside. As our associates use high-tech equipment and the latest production techniques to cut, stitch and assemble running and walking shoes from raw materials and ship them out to the world.

Norridgewock, ME

New Balance came to the historic shoemaking town of Norridgewock in 1982. Built in 1945, the Depot Street building is the workplace of almost 400 associates. Each pair of shoes they produce is a proud work of craftsmanship that carries a little bit of the long history that is the town and its people.

Norway, ME

Built in 1972, our building in Norway doesn't have as long a history as some of our other buildings, but its heritage as a shoemaking factory and of Norway as a shoemaking town go deep into the foundations. The one-time Melville Shoe building was purchased by New Balance in 1997 and today their 200 associates proudly produce many of the company's walking and running shoes.

Skowhegan, ME

In 1982, New Balance acquired a large facility formerly owned and operated by Norwalk Shoe Company in Skowhegan, the home of a highly skilled workforce of experienced shoemakers. From the iconic 990 series to the 1300 and the collectible offerings of our legendary Super Team 33, today many of our most recognizable, iconic shoes come out of Skowhegan.

Maine Factory Associates
From cutting the material to quality assurance, every stitch is a sense of pride for the workers at our Maine facility. Get to know a few of them and find out how they make excellent happen on a daily basis.
Flimby, UK Factory Associates
Thanks to a group of over 210 hardworking employees, our UK manufacturing facility in Flimby produces more than 28,000 pairs of shoes per week. Get a glimpse of life inside the legendary New Balance factory and see how excellent is made in Flimby.
Warrior PF-Flyers Dunham Cobb Hill Brine Aravon

Copyright 2014, New Balance. Privacy Policy Terms & ConditionsSite Map