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Asics Gel Lyte III “Ultramarine” Customs by Francisco Garcia

December 18th, 2013 by / 2

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If Ronnie Fieg doesn’t revive some of his more heralded Asics colorups, someone is going to. Case in point is this new Asics Gel Lyte III custom from the likes of Francisco Garcia. The pair borrows the look of the “Ultramarine” Asics GT-II, taking the deep watery blue tones and the teal striping on the side. Remember that Fieg himself has brought back old colorways on different models before, so we’d say an eventual retail release like this isn’t entirely impossible. Continue reading for the rest of the photos and then tell us in the comments if you like the looks of this Francisco Garcia creation.





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andred77777
andred77777

looks great, and way better than the god awful original pair from extra butter, that whole pack was such garbage!!!!!! very nice work making these. 

mullz
mullz

Extra butter design in the dark.

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