New Balance teams up with Stance for the second time this year with the “All Day All Night” pack. The collaborative effort consists of a pair of MRL247s with contrasting motifs. The white pair features a sunrise gradient print on the neoprene collar and tongue, sitting atop a pink translucent outsole that reads “ALL DAY.” The black pair sees a night sky gradient on the neoprene collar and tongue, with a blue translucent outsole that reads “ALL NIGHT.” Each pair come with a set of matching Stance socks.

Available tomorrow night at midnight EST online at

Stance x New Balance MRL247ST ($150)

Stance x New Balance MRL247CO ($150)

adidas Consortium and Danish apparel brand Norse Projects team up on their new “Layers” collection featuring two silhouettes: the Campus 80s PK and the Terrex Agravic. The Campus features a black Primeknit upper and added lace loops for stability, all sitting atop a classic outsole. The Terrex Agravic utilizes a sand ripstop nylon upper and Gore-Tex lining, sitting atop a segmented Boost midsole and Continental outsole. Both shoes feature abrasion-resistant welding on the upper and are finished off with co-branded insoles and tongue labels.

Available at midnight EST Friday, August 18th online at

Norse Projects x adidas Consortium Terrex Agravic – Sand ($170)

Norse Projects x adidas Consortium Campus 80s PK – Black ($150)


Continuing to reimagine their classic models, New Balance’s pig suede M997s strip down the panelling and add a sock construction over their REVlite midsole, giving new life to an old classic. One grey option has a darker grey on the N logo, heel pull, and sock liner, while a black model boasts an all black upper with white on the heel pull, tongue logo, and throughout the midsole for a balanced execution.

Available now in-store at both Packer locations and online at

New Balance M997DGR2 – Grey ($180)

New Balance M997DBW2 – Black ($180)

Four options from New Balance’s women’s collection include the newly revamped 574 and 247 and two 696 options in a classic mold. The S574 arrives in white with a grey heel cup and a red outsole with an improved FreshFoam midsole cushioning along with the newly-popular 247, which has mixed materials like leather and mesh in a gradient khaki on the sock-like upper with a contrasting white REVlite midsole. Two colorways of the classically-styled 696 with ABSORB cushioning have also hit our shops, one in a fall-appropriate cinnamon suede and leather upper with red stitching and another in light grey and white with hits of blue.

Available now in-store at both Packer locations and online at

New Balance WL696BB – Cinnamon/Tempo Red ($85)

New Balance WL696BB – Sea Salt/Pisces ($85)

New Balance WS574TO – White ($120)

New Balance WRL247CB – Bone/White ($80)

Various “triple black” and “triple white” iterations of adidas’ NMD have hit the market in the past, and this time a pack of two minimal renditions arrives with Japanese writing on the EVA midsole plugs. One model is all black with hits of white on the heel pull and Japanese writing, while the white model is uses black hits in the same locations. Each is crafted from Primeknit on the upper with BOOST cushioning.

Both styles are available now in-store at both Packer locations. The triple white iteration is now available online at

adidas Originals NMD_R1 PK “Japan” – Triple Black ($180)

adidas Originals NMD_R1 PK “Japan” – Triple White ($170)

After several well-received collaborations, Japan’s White Mountaineering and adidas Originals again partner for two versions of the NMD–the R2 and the Trail. Both models use two colorways: one in black and white and the other in olive and tan. The R2 is cut and remixed with different paneling than the standard R2, including a larger toe portion with three co-branded white stripes and a padded heel panel which covers a co-branded heel pull. For the Trail model, a Primknit upper covers the shoe with cleverly co-branded stripes, along with a leather heel panel and co-branded heel pulls that appear over a jagged, trail-ready outsole.

Available now online at

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals NMD_R1 Trail – Black/White ($210)

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals NMD_R1 Trail – Olive/White ($210)

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals NMD_R2 – Black/White ($210)

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals NMD_R2 – Olive/White ($210)

adidas Originals EQT Cushion ADV – White/Equipment Green ($160)

For the release of a newly-revamped adidas Originals EQT Cushion ADV, the brand with three stripes has released a region-specific green and white colorway as part of the worldwide release of the ’91 collection. With premium knit uppers, nubuck, and welded suede, the uppers get a streamlined sock construction that sits in a TPU heel cup a over a lightweight dual-density EVA midsole.

Available now in-store only at our Jersey City location.

Nike SF AF1 Mid – Ivory/Ivory-Neutral Olive ($160)

The Air Force 1 got a popular facelift in the form of the SF versions with military-inspired details and straightforward styling. This Mid version retains one collar strap and includes dual heel zippers with an ivory upper crafted in both tumbled leather and ballistic nylon. Again, the SF version removes the Swoosh and places military identification on the heel in neutral olive to match the midsole to bring the shoe together.

Available Saturday, August 12th in-store only at our Teaneck location. First come, first serve.

Nike Air More Uptempo ’96 – Black/Black-Cool Grey-White ($160)

After multiple successful releases of the Nike Air More Uptempo, this colorway essentially chops the shoe into gradient thirds with the toe in white, middle in grey, and heel in black. Suede and smooth leather are both used, while 3M hits behind the oversized letters on the upper.

Available Saturday, August 12th in-store at our Teaneck location. First come, first serve. Any remaining pairs will be available by email order at after 4pm.