JJJJound x New Balance 990's Are Coming For FW18
Justin Saunders aka JJJJound announces collaboration with New Balance.
Justin Saunders aka JJJJound has teased his upcoming sneaker with New Balance for Fall/Winter 2018. Using the 990 model as his canvas the sneaker is a perfect fit for the art director’s minimal and tasteful aesthetic.
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JJJJound has previously collaborate with Victory Sportswear and Vans on sneakers both featured grey tones and muted colours that the Montreal-based creative is known for.
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The 990 silhouette is an iconic sneaker from New Balance and is often referred to as a dad shoe. It features premium suede overlays and mesh underlays for the upper in shades of taupe and grey. Other details include cream weave laces, a waffle pattern silver 3M reflective tongue tab, and JJJJound-branded insoles.
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