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The New Balance 2002R Gets Covered in Chocolate For Fall 2024

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Even though fall is still a few months away, New Balance is ahead of the curve with its latest release, the 2002R “Chocolate.” This edition is perfectly suited for the autumn season with its rich, earthy color palette.

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The 2002R “Chocolate” is crafted with a blend of breathable mesh, suede, and leather. Each material is adorned in varying shades of brown, creating a cohesive, stylish look. A touch of blue on the shoe adds a subtle, yet striking contrast that enhances the overall design.

One of the standout features of this shoe is its superior comfort and support. The ABZORB midsole technology effectively absorbs impact through a mix of cushioning and compression resistance. This ensures a comfortable wear, whether you’re walking through fallen leaves or navigating city streets. Additionally, the N-ergy cushioning offers excellent shock absorption, making this shoe both stylish and practical.

The New Balance 2002R “Chocolate” is set to release in Fall 2024. You can find it at select New Balance retailers, both in-store and online, including This shoe will be available in men’s sizing, with a retail price of $145 USD.

As the season changes, the New Balance 2002R “Chocolate” will be an essential addition to your wardrobe. Its combination of style, comfort, and seasonal colors make it a perfect choice for the cooler months ahead. Don’t miss out on this release and get ready to step into autumn with New Balance.

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New Balance 2002R “Chocolate”
Style Code: M2002RBT
Release Date: 2024
Price: $145

Mario Briguglio
Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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