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Ronnie Fieg may be following up his blockbuster BMW collaboration with yet another joint effort alongside New Balance. The designer and Kith founder recently shared a look at what appears to be a co-branded New Balance 992 on his Instagram.

It remains to be seen whether or not the sneaker is a Ronnie Fieg x New Balance project or Kith x New Balance. Nonetheless, the buttery 992s are showcased in a tonal light brown look, complete with "Fieg" branding on the heel. The sneaker seemingly features a suede and mesh upper, with a leather tongue and leather "N" branding on the side.

This isn't the first time Fieg has worked on the 992. Back in May, RF and Kith released a "Steel Blue" colorway of the New Balance silhouette.

Seeing as the designer has yet to provide any details on the light brown 992, you'll want to check back with us for additional info.

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