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First Look at Ronnie Fieg’s ASICS Gel Diablo Collaboration

Ronnie Fieg takes it to Instagram to give us a teaser look at his next sneaker collaboration. This time, he’ll be working on the ASICS Gel Diablo silhouette.

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From the looks of it, this ASICS Gel Diablo sports a White and Grey upper constructed with a mix of suede and mesh, along with Red tones on the ASICS stripes. Fieg’s “RF” initials is seen on the tongue laces hole.

Are you guys excited about this upcoming Ronnie Fieg ASICS Gel Diablo collaboration? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates as they develop.

UPDATE: Ronnie Fieg gives us a first full look at his upcoming ASICS Gel Diablo collaboration. The shoe features neutral color tones with Red and Blue tones throughout.

Release details and inspiration behind the design are still unknown. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates.

Ronnie Fieg ASICS Gel Diablo

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