We, and I'm sure you too, still remember the first release of the New Balance 2002R Protection Pack. Almost everyone in the sneaker bubble loved the collection. New Balance is still very popular and they know exactly why they keep bringing out a new colourway from the Protection Pack. The New Balance 2002r Protection Pack Black Grey will be coming soon. All information about the new colorways can be found here in the article.
Actually, so far all colourways of the Protection Pack are pretty nice. Whereby we continue to celebrate the classic gray 2002R the most. But the new, black colourway is also really impressive. Because what more do we all want than a comfortable New Balance model that goes with every outfit? We think it's great that after the second, more colorful pack, things are now calming down again.
THIS IS WHAT THE SNEAKER LOOKS LIKE
As usual, the upper consists of a nylon base and a mix of jagged suede overlays, as with the first and second Protection Pack. Only this time with a color palette of black suede and mesh, as the name Black Grey suggests. The accents come in light and dark grey suede elements. Top shoe, perfectly combinable. In general, the 2002r is just incredibly comfortable and should not be missing in any shoe closet. Check out all the other New Balance 2002r models coming soon:
NEW BALANCE 2002R
PROTECTION PACK BLACK GREY RELEASE
Unfortunately, we can't say exactly when the New Balance 2002r Protection Pack Black Grey will be released. We hope to get more information in the coming weeks. If you really want the colourway, you'll almost certainly have to step on the gas again. Check our release calendar regularly for final information. Or download our free app and favorite the colorway. It's pretty easy and you'll always have all the information with just two clicks. Good luck with the 2002r release! All other New Balance releases can be found here:
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