New Balance continues to iterate on their fan-favorite 2002R runner, going back to their tonal versions of the runner with a new ‘Bone’ colorway, coming soon.

Since its launch in 2020, the New Balance 2002R has remained a spectacularly popular sneaker amongst sneakerheads and everyday wearers alike. Featuring turn-of-the-century aethestics and a healthy mix of subtle and loud colorways as well as exciting collaborations, the 2002 has quickly become a staple of the NB lineup. This week, the sleek runner appeared in a fresh in-line color scheme, already making its debut overseas in the U.K. Dressed in a tonal ‘Bone’ makeup, this pair features the namesake sand-like color from toe to heel, broken up by some grey accents along the heels, tongue, and midsole cushioning.


New Balance’s latest in-line colorway of the 2002R runner has not yet been announced for release, though we are expecting them to surface in the coming weeks. The retro-styled silhouette in ‘Bone’ will eventually find its way to stateside shelves via the New Balance website alongside secondary retailers, with a price tag of $140. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more New Balance release news.

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