Patta and New Balance are collaborating once again for a new 990v3 silhouette that boasts unique textures and color blocking. The forthcoming release has been teased by Patta co-founder Edson Sabajo on Instagram in a single photo, but the photo shares enough details so that consumers can know what to expect. The upper features a suede moss-like tone that accentuates the earthy green and blue tones on the forefoot. Patta’s ‘P’ logo decorates the heels, while “Made in U.S.A.” sits directly above. New Balance branding decorates the bottom portion of the heel.
The midsoles come decorated with a speckled pattern that offers a contrast to the otherwise solid coloring. The 990v3 from Patta and New Balance will launch in the coming months, so interested consumers can stay tuned for more information on this collaboration.
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Patta and New Balance Tease a New 990v3 Colorway
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