The Basement social club has given their signature #BasementApproved stamp to the New Balance 2002R this month, going so far as to design their own branded versions of the popular new silhouette, coming this year.

London’s premier sneaker social club, The Basement, is dropping another exciting collaboration this year, following up on their city-themed collection with Nike a few years ago. This time, The Basement is working with New Balance, another brand beloved by sneakerheads in the U.K. due to their timeless style and attention to detail, as well as the brand’s premium line of Made in England sneakers. For this release, The Basement team has cooked up two special colorways of the 2002R, New Balance’s latest hit shoe. Both pairs feature a tonal color blocking, splitting the shoe in half at the sole, affixing a solid colored upper to a black midsole with matching black mudguards and heels. One pair decorates the multilayered upper in a bright olive green tone, while a sheer white ‘N’ logo stands out on either side. The second pair is more subtle, mixing white and grey layers to create a greyscale rendition. 


The upcoming collaboration between London social club The Basement and New Balance, highlighting the 2002R, has not yet been announced for release, though they are expected to release before the year is out. These pairs will likely release exclusively in the United Kingdom, with an elevated price tag of $150 or more. Check out the early images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more New Balance release news. 

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