Hot on the heels of its OG GEL-Kayano Trainer Knit release a few weeks ago, ASICS Tiger is now following it up with a fresh pack of spring-ready colorways.

The five colorways are set to drop at the beginning of March, encompassing a light green Bay shade, Peach, and a dark off-white Birch. All three see the GEL-Kayano Trainer’s full-knit one-piece upper wrapped in a muted cage of the same shade, sitting on a pure white sole unit.

Rounding out the five-pack drop are the full-tonal Agave Green and Indigo Blue options which sit on ASICS Tiger’s trademark GEL sole worked in the same shade as the upper.

Even though the GEL-Kayano was first released back in 1993, this is the first time the lower-profiled Kayano silhouette has been draped in a knitted upper. The new release debuted in a slick monochrome pack earlier last month, with a charged film that highlights global unity, common humanity, and the modern lifestyle and outlook of young urban generations.

Lock onto and follow the emerging campaign over on ASICS Tiger’s Instagram and via the #TigerKnit hashtag. Head on to ASICS Tiger to cop from the beginning of March.

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