First Look at atmos and ASICS' GEL-LYTE III Capsule Inspired by Tokyo and NYC Subways

Google Maps-esque train lines are printed in all-over fashion on each offering.

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Collaborations tend to be a key component of ASICS product strategy every year, and lately, the brand has been going full force on this front. After recently linking up with GmbH and Kirsch Cherry Brandy for collaborative footwear capsules, the Japanese sportswear imprint has now turned to atmos to create a GEL-LYTE III pack that draws inspiration from the subway systems in Tokyo and New York City.

The public transit train systems of each respective city is translated in Google Maps-esque fashion across the entire smooth leather uppers of each variation. The pair dedicated to the “City That Never Sleeps” features slight contrasting through the medial side’s tiger stripes which are colored in gray while the Japan-inspired variation features navy blue logos and bears kanji lettering on the toe tips. Midsoles on the NYC version are done up in a stark white, and the Tokyo-focused edition deviates with off-white midsole pieces.

Enjoy a first look at the pack and note that atmos will likely be launching these in the coming weeks.

In other news, check out the ASICS SportStyle HS3-S GEL-NANDI.

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