After a recent partnership with adidas, atmos is moving to a new collaboration with New Balance. Alongside Jeff Staple and Staple Design, the retailer has re-imagined the X-Racer Utility, which Bodega has previously taken over.

The atmos x Staple x New Balance X-Racer Utility is inspired by two birds in the crow and the pigeon, the first by the crow in Tokyo and the second by the New York pigeon, which is also the symbol of the Staple insignia. This theme is translated to the sneaker by embroidery on the left and the right heel protector.

The X-Racer Utility is a silhouette built with all ground support in mind, though at the same time being more than trendy enough for city wear. Here the sneaker is accompanied by a selection of co-branded garments made up of short-sleeved and long-sleeved t-shirts as well as hoodies.

The atmos x Staple x New Balance X-Racer Utility will be available digitally at the beginning of November 24, following the launch of the clothing range today.

Will be available at atmos website for $150.