New Balance 990v2 Black Blue M990PL2
Release Date: Wed 15 Dec 2021 9:00 AM GMT
Style Code: M990PL2
The sneaker season can’t get any better! Here comes New Balance 990v2 Black Blue releasing with the sassiest colour scheme ever to exist in the sneaker realms. The blue velvety upper body teamed up with black velvet layers makes this shoe look like the perfect pair for a royal ball or maybe some extremely luxurious parties. However, the luxe design is also perfect for regular strides, adventures, and even marathons. It’s simply upto you what you want to make this NB trainer do for you. Whichever activity you have in your mind, it will keep you comfy and safe.
We have come a long way since New Balance 990 first-generation series dropped. After that, the sneaker world was lucky to get multiple “Versions”, for example, v2 and v3. The 990v2 and 990v3 are spectacular in every way because these trainers for running fuse modern technology with the classic aesthetics. The midsole is ultra-responsive and bouncy so that the wearer can enjoy every step. If you have been around since the first-gen releases, you can tell how much more comfortable the V2 and V3 versions are.
First of all, this particular 990v2 version flaunts a colour blocking aesthetic with the royal blue and charcoal black colours. Black paints the overlays, laces, inner lining, tongue tab, and the plastic heel counter on the sole base. Likewise, the huge New Balance N logo pops with black and white outlines. The rest of the upper body wears a lush and rich tone of royal blue. For instance, the blue tones paint the forefoot, heel layer, and wing. Also, the Encap unit on the heel.
For construction, this New Balance goes premium with fuzzy velvet suede, leather, nubuck, and synthetics. Blue velvet and black velvet overlays comply with blue leather forefoot cage and nubuck tongue tab. You will also find grey shots on the heel branding and the midsole. Finally, a white foam sole finishes off.
New Balance 990v2 Black Blue will release on December 15th via listed UK and European retailers.
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