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Clashing Palettes Appear On The New Balance 1906R

Different looks encompass the vamp and heel on this pair.

Clashing Palettes Appear On The New Balance 1906R

The New Balance 1906R maintains the course with its adventurous exploration of new color treatments, this time surfacing in a “Dawn Glow/Tamarind/Blue Laguna” colorway.

The Boston brand’s latest invention sports a violet mesh base under white leather overlays, channeling an understated look in tandem with baby blue lining and accents on the NLOCK logo. Towards the heel, the palette departs drastically with a clay brown TPU heel structure and mustard yellow midsole, clashing with the vamp to produce an imposing, truly unmistakable design.

While no official NewBalance.com release date has been revealed just yet, this pair has already begun making its way to a variety of retail storefronts. Enjoy official images below while we wait on word of a global drop, and return to our Sneaker Release Dates page for the latest New Balance 1906R updates.

If you’re a fan of this colorway, you can also try shooting for a pair via the recently unveiled New Balance Early Access Program.

WHERE TO BUY

New Balance 1906R

SKU: M1906RVB
RETAIL PRICE: $155
RELEASE DATE: Mar 1, 2024

US 03/01/2024 Friday

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