Unisex Shoes
Style #: T7L0N.4901
Sale Price € 160,00 EUR 160.00


  • Color: Midnight Navy/Icicle/Soothing Sea

  • Width: STD

    • STD
  • Size: Size Guide

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    • 37
    • 37.5
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    • 39
    • 39.5
    • 40
    • 40.5
    • 41.5
    • 42
    • 42.5
    • 43.5
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    • 44.5
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    • 46.5
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    • 48

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The all new, limited edition GEL-KENUN SHINKAI. Inspired by the clouds above and sea below. 

Mita Sneakers - one of the most renowned sneaker shops in Tokyo and designer of sought after collaborations - has joining forces for the first time with ASICS performance to bring you the special edition GEL-KENUN SHINKAI.

The GEL-KENUN SHINKAI is inspired by two Japanese words: Kenun, meaning Cirrus - the highest cloud in the sky - and Shinkai, meaning deep sea. The trainer takes design cues from the mighty Megalodon shark and features “Deep Sea Attack” gradation colour, which captures the anticipation of a gigantic creature lurking in the depth, poising for the attack. A sharkskin design mesh upper, dark blue sublimated print and pale white midsole emulate the sleek, streamlined curves of its body.

Complete with a shark bitten ASICS stripe design trademark, reflective heel tape, glow-in-the-dark sprayed midsole and blue Pad GEL technology, the GEL-KENUN SHINKAI transfers the power, speed and good looks of the Megalodon to your fitness performance. 

With our GEL technology for rear-foot cushioning and a streamlined upper, your new go-to kicks are as good to your feet as they are for your image.

  • Limited edition
  • Mita Sneakers x ASICS collaboration
  • Shark bitten ASICS stripe design detail
  • Reflective heel tape
  • Glow-in-the-dark prayed midsole
  • Streamlined upper
  • ASICS GEL Technology for rear foot cushioning
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