Mexico 66

In 1966 during the Pre-Olympic trials, Onitsuka Tiger introduced a shoes 'Formerly known as the Limber'. Adorned with the distinctive crossed stripes that are now synonymous with the brand. Two years later they would garner global attention during the Mexico Olympic Games and the shoe would soon be renamed the MEXICO 66. Nearly 50 years later, the MEXICO 66 remains as iconic as it did when it first debuted.
The MEXICO 66 icon pack celebrates the model's iconic status and features a few new design details: full grain leather, gold foil side logo and the MEXICO 66 logo printed on the sock liner.
The Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 was the first shape that featured the ONITSUKA TIGER stripes. This superb low sleek silhouette comes in an upper of woven denim with a suede toe guard and a low profile out sole. This popular style was first endorsed at the '68 Olympics' and was worn by Bruce Lee in his film 'Game Of Death'. It has now garnered considerable fame and well known by Onitsuka Tiger Shoes?lovers.

We are loving the bright color combinations. Sneakerhead or not, you most definitely or have always wanted to own a pair of Onitsuka Tiger shoes. You know well what I am talking about: those shoes are an absolute staple in every closet. These classic pairs are not all Onitsuka Tiger has up their sleeves. The Japanese fashion brand has released countless iterations, keeping the pair fresh and trendy with each Mexico 66 incarnation. The pairs¡¯ latest popping colorways will add a subtly classy pop of color to your sneaker rotation. These Shoes are in a two-toned colored with fun and pretty color combinations on the signature stripes and heel flap. The shades are definitely not your usual, but muted enough that they¡¯re bound to catch and please not just yours but everyone¡¯s eyes. These are perfect for when you want that pop of color¡ªbut not too much, on your pairs. Today, Onitsuka Tiger is a fashion brand with the fusion of Japanese heritage craftsmanship and modern flair. There are few other brands that have done as much for as long. No sneaker collection is complete without a pair.