The ASICS GT-2160 “Glacier Grey” Echoes Its Running Heritage

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The ASICS GT-2160’s design ethos resides within the early 2010s, but the Japan-based brand has found wide-ranging success by revisiting its archives amidst the “dad shoe” trend. From “Oyster Grey” to “Illusion Blue” the racing silhouette adheres to a mix of tones that ring true to its debut over a decade ago.

While tonal palettes have stricken the latter in full this summer season, the GT-2160 underscores its mesh base layer with a monochrome treatment, placing jet-black along the heel and white across the forefoot, tongue and inner lining. Silver metallic hues illuminate the profile branding while simultaneously accenting the tongue tab and heel counter. Elsewhere, vibrant neon green shades enter the fold across the tread and GT-2160 branding while a faint “Blue Harmony” cures the repeating overlays throughout.

Enjoy a detailed look at the ASICS GT-2160 “Glacier Grey” below while we await further release details.

In other news, the Mac Attack “White/Black” has surfaced in official imagery.



SKU: 1203A275-020
RELEASE DATE: Sep 27, 2023

US 09/27/2023 Wednesday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
ASICS N/A Ships worldwide Standard Check Site -
atmos US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

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