[dropcap]Y[/dropcap]ou may recall in June of this year I started harping on about a particular pair of Asics Gel Lyte III’s that I was particularly excited about, you may also recall that I solemnly swore to keep you updated with release info as and when it became available. Well, it’s been a long and hard three months for us here at In-Reach HQ, we’ve persevered through a beautiful summer of various festivals, Nozstock, Boomtown, Shibui Project, Dimensions and Outlook to name but a few and now finally the Asics Gel Lyte III “Snowflakes” have dropped, and let me tell you – they are well worth waiting for!
Now, I know what you’re thinking “Maybe they’re a little bit girly for me” well if thats the case then step aside lads as this one’s dedicated to all my crepe sisters out there.
Anyone with a pair of Asics GL3’s will know that they are without a shadow of a doubt one of the most comfortable trainers on the market. Not only that, the build quality and materials are always absolutely impeccable with creative and imaginative colour ways, for these reasons it’s easy to see why Asics are becoming the go to brand for sneaker heads around the world. The latest release, “snowflake” dropped just a few days ago and has already caused a furore.
If, like me, you were utterly devastated to miss the Asics x Ronnie Fieg “Mint Leaf” GL3 release a few years ago then I think these could be a suitable replacement. The shoe is comprised of a pastel turquoise sock and suede upper and hints of navy blue in the heel box and eyelets. The midsole is predominantly white with grey speckles to match the hint of grey in the outsole. A very delicate shoe, probably not ideal for wet winters but think how damn good these will look in your collection! Or mine, hint hint. Go and grab these now from reputable sneaker retailers such as Titolo before they melt away . . . See what I did there 😉[x_share title=”Share this Post” facebook=”true” twitter=”true” google_plus=”true” email=”true”][author title=”About the Author”][recent_posts type=”post” count=”3″ orientation=”horizontal” fade=”false”]