With the continued recent success of the popular New Balance brand, we see the return of the NB 2002R sneaker. In addition, this week’s edition of Archive Weekly (26 September 2022) features two Nike silhouettes, as well as the new adidas 4D runner.
Nike Dunk Low Peach Cream
The Nike Dunk Low has been one of the most released sneakers of 2022 in its various colourways, alongside the Air Force 1. This week sees the release of the new Peach Cream colourway.
The colourway draws its inspiration from the peaches and cream dessert. It’s obvious then what the panel and overlays colours will be with its simple, two-toned approach.
New Balance 2002R
New Balance has been re-releasing plenty of their classic sneakers in recent weeks. They’ve been on a hot run for most of 2022 and the streak continues with the announcement of three new colourways for the NB 2002R sneaker.
The NB 2002R made its return in 2020 with the release of several colourways. This also lead to plenty of collaborations over the two-year period for the silhouette. The three colourways released as part of this week’s Archive Weekly (26 September 2022) include the Calm Taupe, Eclipse and Rust Oxide variants.
Each of the colourways features the same suede panelling, mesh inserts and laces, along with similar midsole and outsoles. Additionally, the N logo is featured boldly on both the lateral and medial sides.
Nike Terminator High Georgetown
With the majority of Nike sneakers released in the form of the Dunks and Air Force 1 throughout 2022, its a welcoming site to feature something from left field. Enter the Nike Terminator High Georgetown.
As with many of the Nike basketball classics, the sneaker was originally launched in the 1980s. The colours contrast well, with darker navy blue overlays matched against the light grey base. It uses a soft-leather finish on the upper, a large Nike Swoosh on both sides, and Nike banner on the heel.
adidas 4D Krazed
The adidas 4D technology was announced in 2020 with great excitement. Since then, we’ve seen a few running shoes bearing the 4D technology, including the 4DFWD. Now, adidas has released one of the boldest designs for the technology, the adidas 4D Krazed.
With the 4D midsole already a stand-out element of the shoe, everything else gets hyper-charged to match. The 4D Kraze features an elevated midsole, giving it additional cushioning and energy return. The upper also includes new tooling and textures, to create a highly visual aesthetic with fluid lines.