ASICS Tiger is injecting some more color into its footwear offering with the Gel-Kayano Trainer Knit "Space Dye” which launches alongside a video with London-based creative Daniel Pacitti.

The video is part one of a four-part miniseries examining cultural curators, creatives, and influencers from around the world. I am self. I am tribe explores what style means to individuality and what it is to be part of a tribe. Having previously launched Together We Rise, this series tells the next part of the story.

Daniel Pacitti is a stylist, photographer, model and all-around creative from London. For the first installment of I am self. I am tribe, ASICS visited Daniel's home city to find out what makes him unique, where he gets his inspiration, and how he fits into his tribe.

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"Space Dye" isn’t the first time the brand has used a knitted upper on the Gel-Kayano silhouette but it might be the most audacious. The bold, multicolored knit upper is made of a single thread and has a typical sock-like fit. It's encased in a branded black cage with heel counter and beneath sits a contrasting white outsole. The multicolor effect is created by dying a single thread multiple colors producing a striking aesthetic and unique color collage.

Watch the video starring Daniel Pacitti above and then find the ASICS Tiger Gel-Kayano Trainer Knit "Space Dye" via the link below.

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