To bridge the gap between nature and the city, the duo have selected the 801 silhouette, marking the first time New Balance has allowed another brand to rework the trail-inspired model since its release in 1998.
Sporting an Abzorb midsole, the details include "All Terrain" embroidered on the heel counter, reflective accents along the collar, eyelets and laces, and co-branding on the insoles. The sneaker will be available in three colorways: Night Lites, Rock and Cement.
Matching apparel and accessories have also been created by the duo and include an Anorak, Long-Sleeve Tee and Cruz Crossbody. The jacket is made of lightweight water-resistant rip-stop while the Long-Sleeve is crafted from midweight cotton and the Cruz Crossbody bag is done with tear-resistant ballistic nylon.
The entire collection is available now on herschel.com, newbalance.com and in-store in limited quantities. In related news, Bodega and New Balance are releasing a 997S "No Bad Days" sneaker next week.