JJJJound and New Balance are back this season with another collaborative sneaker, this
Dressed in a subtle blue-gray colorway, JJJJound’s take on the 2002R features everything you’d expect from the techy-looking New Balance silhouette — an “N” logo, chunky midsole, mesh paneling — but with the small addition of the Canadian label’s minimalist signature on the tongue.
Expected to release on October 26, JJJJound’s New Balance 2002R “Storm Blue” sneaker will launch exclusively on
Of course, JJJJound and New Balance
Typically, JJJJound’s take on the sneaker is minimal and, honestly, not too dissimilar from an inline 2002R New Balance. Sure, this might seem a little negative, but it isn’t: adding a logo to an already popular sneaker has
But hey, JJJJound is just JJJJound-ing and if they’re selling, who are we to tell them otherwise? Plus, in truth, if I’m being totally honest: JJJJound’s FW23 New Balance 2002R is its best one yet, so I’m not complaining.
This article was published on September 29 and updated on October 14