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ASICS Gel Lyte III Nods To Tokyo

While everyone is awaiting release details for Sean Wotherspoon’s anticipated Gel Lyte III collaboration, ASICS still has plenty of other options scheduled to launch.

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One of those includes this upcoming offering that appears to have some ties to Tokyo that can be seen on the branded tongues. It comes dressed in a clean White and Black color blocking built in a mix of synthetic and leather materials. Additional details includes barcode-styled branding spotted throughout.

Grab a detailed look below, and you can expect this Gel Lyte III to release on March 1st at select retailers and ASICS.com.

ASICS Gel Lyte III “Tokyo”
Style Code: 1191A336-001
Release Date: March 27, 2020

ASICS Gel Lyte III Tokyo Release Date

ASICS Gel Lyte III Tokyo Release Date

ASICS Gel Lyte III Tokyo Release Date

ASICS Gel Lyte III Tokyo Release Date

ASICS Gel Lyte III Tokyo Release Date

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