After announcing their expansion into Japanese territories through the "Sakura" project, KITH has since previewed their footwear range with PUMA, and now comes the lookbook for the entire collection. Inspiration came from Japanese traditionalism which has been updated through contemporary elements. The combination of apparel blends technical wear into daily choices, with pieces like the Gates Noragi Hoody which teams Japanese sensibilities such as a single-tie front and slightly oversized fit with technical elements through invisible zipper side vents. Hoodies and crewnecks feature for tops, while tech shorts and compression pants take care of bottom half duties.

Also seen in the lookbook is the collaborative capsule collection with John Elliott + Co which is comprised of sweatpants, a tee, and hoodies, and the KITH x PUMA collection which includes the R698 & RF698 Mid models.

The entire KITH “Tokyo Sakura Project” will be available this Saturday, March 28 at 11 a.m. EST at both KITH locations and online at

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