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Introducing the ASICS Gel-PTG Mid Top Basketball Shoe

ASICS Tiger is going into their archives to give the classic basketball shoe first introduced in 1983, the Fabre Point Getter, a modern makeover with the debut of the ASICS Gel-PTG MT (Mid Top).

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Keeping its original Fabre Point Getter design, the all-new mid-cut basketball shoe comes constructed with a leather upper, suede details and perforated toe box. A woven ASICS tongue label provides for a signature touch, while sitting atop a fuzeGel heel wedge, OrthoLite innersole and rubber outsole.

What do you guys think of the ASICS Gel-PTG MT? Check out the additional photos below and look for the basketball shoe to become available later this month (August) at select shops like TGWO.

ASICS Gel-PTG MT Mid Top White Black

ASICS Gel-PTG MT Mid Top White Black

ASICS Gel-PTG MT Mid Top White Black

ASICS Gel-PTG MT Mid Top White Black

ASICS Gel-PTG MT Mid Top White Black

ASICS Gel-PTG MT Mid Top White Black

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