Earlier this month, atmos and ASICS strapped their GEL-Inst.360 sneaker with soft pastels just in time for spring. The collaborators have flipped the script in the latest release of their lighter-weight GEL-Inst.180, juicing up the silhouette with layers of vibrant colors for a fiery aesthetic.
Two striking new options for the GEL-Inst.180 were designed with multicolored palettes that span a rainbow of hues. The “Orange” version is defined by its bold ASICS stripes on the lateral side panels, while an electric blue toe cap and purple lace keeper punch it up even more. A tan mesh underlay, brown midsole and black suede heel balance it out with neutrals.
The “White/Silver” edition takes on a sleek ash-toned base. Crossed stripes in black rest on the medial, while they have been coated with silver on the lateral. Meanwhile, its lavender toe cap and back heel, as well as a royal blue throat pop things up. It’s finished off with a clean white sole.
The atmos x ASICS GEL-Inst.180 retails for ¥15,000 JPY (approximately $135 USD) and is available to shop now from atmos Tokyo’s webstore.
Scroll above to view the sneakers in the brands’ recent promo movie.
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