Retro inspired Onitsuka Tiger men’s Snapback Chronograph ($325), in solid stainless steel, with strong white dial with red and blue detailing on the chapter ring and tachymetre. Solid case with curved mineral crystal, and a white leather strap with cuff, with blue and red contrast stitching to match the dial.
Wood Wood has collaborated with Asics/Onitsuka Tiger to re-create the low profile runner X-Caliber, originally released in 1982. Comes in a simple grey and black colorway with Onitsuka’s trademark design on the side.
Tokyo Art Beat has the exclusive on Made of Japan by Onitsuka Tiger. It’s a book celebrating Onitsuka Tiger’s 60th anniversary this year — an event of major significance in Japan. Made of Japan is the beautiful result of a journey into taste: 260 pages presenting the brands’ original sports heritage, its vision and evolution, and its influence as a style icon amongst fashion leaders, artists, athletes and sports fans around the world.
Originally introduced in 1981, this Onitsuka Tiger sneaker focused on being extremely light weight for running. The style became so popular that Onitsuka re-released the Ultimate 81 ($70) in new colorways like this white and turkish blue combo, to become one of the most casual shoes worn today.