BOSTON, June 30, 2009 â€“ New Balance announced today that Health
magazine has named the New Balance NBx Burnout Tee a â€œ2009 America's
Healthiest Fitness Awardâ€ winner for Best Top.
Health editors praise the NBx Burnout Tee for its â€œfast-drying and cooling mesh with UV protectionâ€ and one editor comments that the tee is â€œso lightweight, you'll forget you're wearing itâ€.
The NBx Burnout Tee is composed of COCONAâ„¢ mesh, a natural fabric
technology that provides evaporative cooling, odor resistance and UV
protection. Perfect for rigorous training workouts, the side panels of the top are composed of â€œburnout recycled polyester.â€ The burnout pattern is created by printing on the fabric with a substance that destroys one or more of the fibers present, resulting in extremely breathable, visually appealing fabric.
The tee also features reflective piping to improve visibility. The tee comes in 3 colors and retails for $45.00.
â€œWe are extremely proud that the NBx Burnout Tee has been chosen for this award by Health,â€ says Meghan Caffrey, product manager, New Balance apparel. â€œThe New Balance apparel team works diligently to provide technical and innovative apparel to meet the needs of every type of runner. We are thrilled to be recognized for this effort.â€
The entire review is available in Health's July/August issue (on newsstands June 30, 2009), or by visiting www.health.com. The NBx Burnout Tee is available now in participating retail stores. To find a retailer near you, please call 1.800.343.1395 or visit www.newbalance.com.
New Balance, headquartered in Boston, MA has the following mission: Demonstrating responsible leadership, we build global brands that athletes are proud to wear, associates are proud to create and communities are proud to host. New Balance employs more than 4000 people around the globe, and in 2007 reported worldwide sales of $1.63 billion. For more information please visit http://www.newbalance.com.