New Balance’s recent 1906R silhouette is gathering collaborations as the brand continues to roll out the new style. This week, UK retailer size? unveiled two exclusive colorways, coming soon.

United Kingdom-based retailer size? recently released a New Balance capsule featuring the retro 420 runner, and already have teased their next collaboration with the Boston footwear brand. Featuring New Balance’s 1906R, the fresh silhouette appears to be taking over the brand’s collaborative operations for the moment, as NB gears up to debut the hybrid sneaker as a part of their in-line offerings. Constructed from a heavily layered upper inspired by retro running models and featuring the sole unit from the immensely popular 2002R, size? will be offering the silhouette in two eye-catching colorways. The first pairs blue and grey mesh underlays with cream and off-white synthetic pieces on top, while orange laces and linings add a pop of color. The second pair is much brighter, featuring a near-tonal vivid green color with some black accents thrown in to even things out.


size?’s take on the New Balance 1906R have not yet been announced for release, though they are expected to release sometime soon. Both colorways will be exclusive to size? releasing via the retailers website and Launches platform, likely with a price tag in the $150+ range. Check out their full teaser image below for a better look at each colorway, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more NB release news.

size? x New Balance 1906R “Green/Black”
Release Date: February 16th, 2023
Price: $170
Style Code: M1906RSB

UPDATE 2/9/23: size? is opening the draw for their green & black New Balance 1906R on February 11th, 2023, before drawing winners on the 16th. Pairs will be available through the store’s Launches app for $170.

UPDATE 8/22/22: size? has shared a closer look at their upcoming ‘Teal’ colorway of the New Balance 1906R, though there is still no information regarding the release of the two pairs .

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