Onituska Tiger Drops a Nippon-Made Nod to Japanese Craftsmanship

Available exclusively at the brand’s New York City pop-up.

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Onituska Tiger is celebrating Japanese craftsmanship with a brand new “Nippon Made” pack for its pop-up store and gallery in New York City’s Soho. Featuring the Mexico 66, the pack offers up two classic colorways while employing hand-stitched leather and traditional dye processes. In both cases, premium white leather meets matching laces, grey suede, and an off-white midsole.

Onitsuka Tiger’s “Nippon Made” Mexico 66s are available now as an in-store exclusive for $300 USD per pair.

Onitsuka Tiger Soho Pop-Up Store & Gallery
92 Mercer St.
New York, NY 10012
United States

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