ASICS Japan’s Diffusion Line JYUNI Teases New Activewear Collection

Fusing contemporary design with advanced activewear functionality.

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ASICS Japan’s very own sports apparel line JYUNI recently unveiled its brand new activewear collection. Adhering to a design theme that revolves around functionality and traditional Japanese beauty, the small capsule will consist of seven items. As a quick sneak peek, we take a look here at a tech-style hooded track jacket and a pullover sweatshirt marrying contemporary design with advanced activewear proficiencies. The collection is set to make its debut on June 1 and will be sold in limited runs through Barneys New York’s Shinjuku location.

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