Whether you’re a lover or a hater, the latest ASICS production has something for you. Gearing up for Valentine’s Day in a couple of weeks, theASICS “Lovers and Haters” Packfeatures two of the brand’s most significant silhouettes and places them in contrasting colors. Which pair are you checking for from theAsics “Valentines Day”pack? The group focuses on two of the brand’s biggest retro silhouettes: theAsics Gel Lyte IIIand the Asics Gel Saga. The Gel Lyte III among them, on display here, goes with a black base and slides in plenty of red via the accents. The pair also ends up a little bit more subtle with respect to the the details etched into the back panel.
Info: Originally released in 1989 the Gel Lyte III has since become a running legend and one of the most recognisable symbols of the Asics brand.Eradicating the well known tongue slip issue the Gel Lyte III features a unique split tongue and a gel cushioned sole further enhancing comfort. In terms of aesthetic details they're crafted with a smooth leather and brought to life by red and green accents, finished with a camo print lining.
Info: The Hamburg is one of Adidas' most revered silhouettes with it's simple styling and slimline silhouette. An unprecedented favourite on the terraces, the Hamburg features full suede uppers with three stripe detail and branded heel tab. The shoe is finished with a gum sole unit, branded tongue and 'HAMBURG' gold foil call out to the side panel reinforcing the opinion that this is a certified classic.
Info: Simple yet so instantly recognisable, theAdidasStan Smith is one of the brand's most heralded designs. Originally named the 'Haillet', the shoe was later endorsed by American tennis player Stan Smith in 1971. This Consortium iteration utilises the very best materials to add a premium slant to iconic silhouettes, in this case 'Reptile' leather which complements the trainer's paired back styling.