The market has been flooded with a smorgasbord of new footwear styles lately. Some to call out include the trail-ready TRABUCO MAX as well as the Gel-Kayano 5 360 collaboration with Carnival, and now the sportswear brand, ASICS is unloading more entries into space through its ASICS GEL-Lyte III “Kadomatsu” Pack.
“Kadomatsu” refers to the customary Japanese floral arrangements positioned in front of a celebrant’s homes with intentions of welcoming in ancestral spirits for the New Year. These tend to possess multiple breeds of flowers which, by nature, form a vibrant assembly to which these two lifestyle iterations speak.
Buttery suede upper builds an off-white midsole piece, but drastically between their primary color palettes, to which both the pairs respond. The first roster member splits between “Wood Crepe” and “Plum Blossom” hues, the former one painting over the upper’s overlays and three-fourths of the quarter, while the latter stains the tiger stripes, heel lettering, and interiors of the forefoot windows. A lighter tan tone also pops up and rests along with the sock liners, toe boxes, and laces.
Alongside this pair is the “Misty Pine” rendition. The bright titular tone is focused upon as it bathes the suede overlays, while “Seafoam” hits drip the side ASICS logos. Neutrals of grey toe boxes and liners, as well as ivory shoe strings, balance out its look.
Detailed photos of each pair can be found up above, and note that ASICS has them in stock for $200 USD.
For Further Updates
Most people swear by STOCK X in the global reselling community, for the accessibility of any and every sort of sneaker, and it has pretty much become the place to judge any pairs’ value. Well, there’s a new megalodon in the ocean of reselling community…
Though it fell out of fashion briefly in the 2010s, the Nike Dunk has returned to form, offering a number of quality Retros and exclusive collaborations. In 1985, Peter Moore, designer of the world-famous Air Jordan 1, launched the Dunk, which borrowed elements from three…
In the wake of 2021’s end, we can’t help but recall every brand’s finest moments. And the Jumpman sang a bit louder than the rest, offering countless noteworthy collaborations and general releases. Thankfully, Retros will build on this momentum in 2022 and are likely to…