The New Balance 1906R Adopts A Clean “Grey/Off White” Look

The trending lifestyle model continues its tear.

The New Balance 1906R Adopts A Clean “Grey/Off White” Look

The New Balance 1906R has pretty much covered all the bases when it comes to building hype around a shoe. Collaborations with Salehe Bembury and Action Bronson have sparked buzz, along with an unorthodox Junya Watanabe interpretation that reimagines the runner in loafer-mode. Aside from third-party influence, New Balance has also debuted upgraded “Utility” models and ample colorways to draw in a wide cast of sneakerheads.

Now a “Grey/Off White” edition joins the pack, complete with reflective overlays and grey TPU accents to produce a contemporary yet still retro look. Familiar treatments appear underfoot, the Boston brand utilizing a grey, cream, and mustard yellow sole unit seen consistently across recent designs. Hardly a stranger to loud color treatments, this 1906R colorway lends to a more versatile, less imposing aesthetic.

Enjoy detailed images below and return to our Sneaker Release Dates page for the latest updates.

In related news, check out the exclusive Size? New Balance 860v2 collab featuring a “Bacon” Nike Air Max 90 look.


New Balance 1906R


US 2024

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