Inspired By Japanese Bamboo Weaving, Kengo Kuma's Shoes For ASICS Are Like 'Moving Architecture' • Discoverology

Inspired By Japanese Bamboo Weaving, Kengo Kuma’s Shoes For ASICS Are Like ‘Moving Architecture’

Teaming up with the renowned Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma, ASICS has unveiled the latest edition of the Metaride, an all-white running shoe with a pattern inspired by Japanese Yatara bamboo-weaving, on the shoe’s body.

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