The JJJJound x New Balance 990v3 “Montreal” is an exclusive iteration of the silhouette which pays homage to the Montreal-based imprint which is helmed by designer, curator and creative Justin Saunders. By incorporating the city’s monotone color scheme, the runner flaunts an earthy brown finish across its nubuck and mesh upper, while black and cream accents throughout provide a complementing contrast. Finally, a white ENCAP midsole with more cream accents round out the style.
An initial look at the Stone Island x New Balance 574 is showcased as this exclusive variation of the model is made in celebration of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, and it’s notably part of a capsule collection. Flaunting an understated color scheme with a dark green hue utilized for its ripstop and suede construction, the model is also punctuated with Stone Island’s compass logo prominent on the updated tongues. Additionally, fleece lining for more insulation, followed by a white midsole and black rubber outsole rounds out the profile.
The Nike Air Max 97 Terrascape is showcased in an eye-catching colorway for its latest iteration as it combines bold tones of Blue, Mustard Yellow and Maroon for its overall makeup. Unlike the traditional AM97, this variation is defined by the usage of recycled materials as well as its Nike Grind tooling. Finishing touches consist of a thicker wavy piping for its overlay followed by “Terrascape” branding on the heel tabs, and a speckled outsole featuring Air Max cushioning.
Another colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low is unveiled as it’s scheduled to debut in another variation of the “White/University Blue” color scheme next year, according to sources. Overall, the low-top flaunts the pristine hu across its leather composition and mesh interior while the highlight University Blue tone is prominent across, including the rubber outsole. Finally, a white midsole and silver lace dubraes round out the offering.