ASICS Skateboarding Will Soon Debut At Skate Shops Worldwide

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Unlike that of the Swoosh and even the Three Stripes, ASICS’ skateboarding division is still extremely young. Though launched back in 2020 — just ahead of the sport’s debut on the world stage — the line-up has yet to make its way out of Japan. That, however, is about to change very soon, as the Japanese footwear brand has linked up with Gino Iannucci, Akwas√≠ Owusu, and Emile Laurent to announce that the sub-label is about to go global.

At the time of writing this, ASICS Skateboarding has shared very little about their international launch. But while the exact sneaker selection soon to be on offer is still under wraps, they have revealed a list of global stockists comprised of skate shops such as Atlas, Embassy, No Comply, and a few others. In the accompanying teaser imagery, which features the above-mentioned riders, we do get a glimpse at few different pairs that should be hitting shelves very soon.

More information about ASICS Skateboarding and their upcoming releases is likely to be revealed within the next few weeks. For now, sit tight and keep it locked in for further updates.

UPDATE 7/7/2023:
Premier has just shared a closer look at upcoming ASICS Skateboarding footwear. Following an early launch today, pairs will be available next week, July 10th.

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