Class Action Settlement for California New Balance Shoes
You are a member of the settlement if you purchased New Balance shoes in California that had a “Made in the USA” label between the date of Decemeber 27, 2012 to January 24, 2019.
The settlement included the following Eligible shoe models: 601, ML996, M1140, ML997, M1290, MR1105, M1300, MR993, M1400, MW812, M1540, PM15, M1700, PM16, M2040, US574, M3040, US576, M498, US990, M574, US993, M585, US998, M587, W1140, M770, W1290, M990, W1400, M991, W1540, M995, W3040, M996, W498, M997, W587, M9975, W990, M998, W998, MK706, WK706, ML1300, WR993, ML1978, and WW812..
Up to $10 per pair.
Consumers who provide proof of purchase can claim up to $50 per person or $100 per household.
Proof of Purchase
No. You can make a claim for one pair without proof of purchase.
You do need a proof of purchase to make a claim for multiple purchases. Acceptable proof includes a receipt, photo of the shoes, or a copy of a bank statement
Dashnaw, et al. v. New Balance Athletics Inc.,
Case No. 3:17-cv-00159,
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California
New Balance is accused of violating California consumer protection laws by labeling shoes “made in the USA” when parts of the shoes are foreign made.
Dashnaw, et al. v. New Balance Athletics Inc.
PO Box 42220
Philadelphia, PA 19101-2220