Norse Projects Teases Its Upcoming New Balance Collaboration

A followup to the old “Danish Weather” pack is on the way.

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Released back in the fall of 2013, Norse Projects’s “Danish Weather” pack of New Balance 1500s remains one of the Copenhagen-based imprint’s best collaborative endeavors to date. Now, three years later, it looks like we’re finally getting a followup with the long awaited second part of the pack. Teased on Instagram, the new release will once again come in the form of a two-pack and, this time around, employs the likes of GORE-TEX construction, Vibram sole units, and tan and navy colorways.

Catch a glimpse of the latest “Danish Weather” kicks above and stay tuned for more info in the days ahead as Norse has attached a December 3 date to the duo.

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