New Balance Covers the 990v2 in Buttery Beige Suede

A classic look.

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It’s that time of the year when leather and suede are in full swing and New Balance is helping us gear up with a new tan suede 990v2 for the fall/winter season. Dubbed “Winter Peaks,” this colorway of the clunky dad-inspired shoe boasts a tan suede and mesh upper, a crisp white ABZORB midsole and a subtle light grey Vibram outsole for a simple, clean look that’s as classic as a camel coat.

Other premium details include white embroidered branding at the tongue tab and “USA” at the heel tab, a brown suede heel collar and matching tan laces. The New Balance 990v2 “Winter Peaks” is available now at select stockists such as Feature for a retail price of $200 USD.

If tan isn’t clean enough for you, Stüssy and New Balance released a collaborative 990v4 that’s covered in “Stüssy Cream.”

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