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Variety of Onitsuka trainers have been reduced down to £20

At the time of posting, they have sizes 6,7,10 and eleven for the red Sakurada trainers.

Have owned a pair of mexico 66 in the past and can't fault them. Ordered these to try them out.
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Onitsuka? Isn't that a pair of Asics?!
Just Googled. Interesting.
Just Googled. Interesting.
Asics formed from a merger between three companies in 1972. One of which was Onitsuka Tiger...
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Nice but they have no grip at all. Try em on tiles or any shiny floor
oos now :(
Nice but they have no grip at all. Try em on tiles or any shiny floor

Yes, they're awful with no grip, and offer zero support!
They are made properly with some hand crafting in the process, I watched its documentary. Was looking for them at many stores but couldn't find now online this is fantastic deal.
Only size 6 grey left
All the sizes are greyed out - I'm assuming it's expired - although it doesn't say out of stock...
All gone!
Cracking shoes, well made, however I do agree about the grip thing... I don't wear mine out if there's anything more than light drizzle!!
All oos now unfortunately, hopefully there will be decent prices again for these in the near future
Nice but they have no grip at all. Try em on tiles or any shiny floor

Ive always liked the look of these shoes...but the no grip has put me off, may hold off and buy in summer!
Onitsuka? Isn't that a pair of Asics?!

It is the same company.

In 1972, GTO, Jelenk, and Onitsuka combined their financial and athletic positions to build a regional sales office near Hokkaido for the Sapporo Winter Olympics that would lead to the eventual 1977 merger of all three companies known as ASICS.

ASICS still sells vintage style Onitsuka Tiger shoes, including the Mexico 66, worldwide.
Bruce Lee loved these

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