Where to buy the New Balance Minnie Mouse collection

Stephanie Panecasio 24 January 2018 NEWS


2018 is shaping up to be the year of Minnie Mouse and we're not mad about it.

It seems like just about everywhere you look, red and white polka dot prints are there. Bags, clothes, accessories... Minnie has her stamp on them all. And now, thanks to a collaboration with footwear giant New Balance, Minnie Mouse can officially add sneakers to her list of "items she's totally dominating in 2018".

The limited edition collection is called "Rock Your Dots", and that's exactly what you'll be doing when you tie those laces up.

With six options in women's sizes and twelve options in girls sizes, there's quite a lot of variety – especially if you're one of those lucky people with small enough feet to fit into the childrens size (and yes, I'm very envious).

If there's one downside to this collection, it's that there currently aren't any options for men and boys – but if your little man is keen on a pair, in kids sizes you could probably get away with it.


Image: New Balance

The collection isn't too overtly Disney – there aren't any crazy pops of colour, it's all subtle enough that unless you came across a fellow Disney devotee, they'd pass quite well for regular sneakers. So it's your little Minnie-themed secret!

If all of this isn't enough to convince you, how about the fact that New Balance has recently got on board with Afterpay? Yes, that's right, you can get a pair of these babies without breaking the bank, spreading out your payments.

Get your hands on a pair (or two, or more... we wouldn't blame you) at the New Balance website, and if you're interested in the rest of the New Balance range you can find pairs at THE ICONIC, Rebel Sport and even Catch.com.au if you time it right.

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