New Balance and size? are back with a new project, focusing on retro running style. Featuring both sneakers and apparel, the capsule pulls from the 1970s with retro tracksuits and the 420 running shoe, available now.

size? supplies the United Kingdom with plenty of signature releases, debuting collaborative products almost every month. This week, the retail store has reunited with New Balance to release a capsule collection inspired by 1970s running aesthetics. Last time we saw the two team up, they released a trio of Cordura nylon-constructed 550s, and this time, they’ve dug into the NB archives to retrieve the 420 runner that originally released in the early ’80s. Featured in two colorways, a striking blue pair and a bold yellow look, the shoes are accompanied by matching tracksuits, one being the Icon 78 that New Balance released for runners in, you guessed it, 1978. 


The latest project from UK retailer size? and New Balance, featuring the retro 420 runner, released earlier this week, and is currently available in both mens’ and womens’ size ranges directly from the size? website. Alongside the matching ’70s-inspired apparel collection, pairs come with a price tag of approximately $90. Check out the campaign images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more NB release news. 

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