ASICS' GEL-Diablo Gets Two New Colorways for Fall

More dad shoes for your rotation.

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ASICS‘ signature GEL-Diablo was re-introduced earlier this year with a Ronnie Feig KITH collab, and then re-upped in its OG colorway last month. This time around, the 1995 model gets two new colorways for the Fall season that goes heavy on the dad-style trend. Coming in a monochrome beige “Feather Gray” colorway and a high contrast black/white rendition, this edition of the GEL-Diablo features a premium suede upper, a hit of red at the heel tab and speckled GEL midsoles for added texture.

These GEL-Diablos are slated to drop on September 15 for €129 EUR (approximately $155 USD) at select ASICS retailers such as asphaltgold. Let us know if you’ll be grabbing a pair or two in the comments below. For a similar silhouette with more hype factor, check out the YEEZY BOOST 700 Wave Runner’s two new sample colorways.

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