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Stone Island Finally Unveil Collaborative New Balance Football-Themed Collection ft. Raheem Sterling

By November 18, 2022Fashion News

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Iconic Italian luxury men’s apparel brand Stone Island has finally officially unveiled their long-awaited collaboration with sportswear giants New Balance, tapping Chelsea star Raheem Sterling for the campaign.

Having been teased via a host of leaked imagery, including from UK hit musician Santan Dave, the longstanding collaborative relationship between Stone Island and New Balance looks set to continue with this football-themed collection, which is set to bring Stone Island onto the pitch for the very first time. Taking to Instagram to announce the news, Stone Island unveiled that the range would look to celebrate “[…] the immensely rich heritage the Italian sportswear brand holds in football through some of New Balance’s most popular products.” Continuing on from their previous FuelCell RC Elitev2 sneaker releases, the latest from Stone Island and New Balance sees the pair release a collaboratively-branded football kit, a Furon v7 football boot, as well as a New Balance 574 sneaker.

All sticking to a relatively similar colour palette, the dark green co-branded football kit boasts both a shirt and shorts that are covered in an original archive-inspired Stone Island camouflage print, a silicone application of the iconic compass logo, as well as being made from 100% recycled polyester. Moving onto footwear, the Furon v7 boot boasts a new custom camouflage print pattern, a collaborative Stone Island x New Balance logo, as well as a Hypoknit upper, whilst the iconic 574 arrives in tonal shades of khaki green and features a ripstop and suede upper.

The Stone Island x New Balance collection is set to release at some point later this winter. Stay tuned to PAUSE for more information as it arrives. Check out the campaign imagery below.

PHOTO CREDIT: @New Balance

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