Asics Gel Lyte III OG Cream/Graphite Grey

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Asics Gel Lyte III OG Cream/Graphite Grey

Postby xd6sn9i5 » Wed Apr 28, 2021 12:58 am


The upper is layered with mesh and suede paneling for a quality and durable mix of fabrications. Variations in bringsist.com tone on the side stripe logo and heel cuff lend a colorblocked effect, while a white midsole and gum rubber outsole offer a crisp contrast. It’s rounded out with a bold red “Hanko”-stamped embelem on the heel, finishing off the sneaker with the brand’s signature “GEL” callout in Japanese.

When it comes to fine dining, few cuts of meat are as lauded as Japan’s savory Kobe beef, so Asics Shoes Sale has looked to the scrumptious steak and the establishments that sell it for inspiration on a new GEL-LYTE III. Dubbed the “Kobe Beef,” these throwback ASICS runners-turned-lifestyle-shoes feature premium construction and butcher-inspired details, all while cutting a striking silhouette.

In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Asics Gel Lyte III OG Cream/Graphite Grey, ASICS drops off a new colorway in the popular “Dragon Fruit” makeup. This ASICS Gel Lyte III features a Pinkish base highlighted with Teal and Pink suede overlays. Black leather Tiger Stripes, matching laces atop a Black and Pink rubber outsole completes the design.

The Buy Now first features a lighter, more spring-friendly colorway, whereby orange at the toe is met by light blue along the middle and aqua at the heel, with the other version featuring a darker blend of purple and green hues. Velcro hook-and-loop backings have been placed at the shoe’s midsection, leaving enough room to attach a variety of ASICS’ strike logos as well as patches with peace signs and the Japanese footwear retailer’s typographic logo.

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