After presenting you the 'Running Monks' video, which was produced for the new Undercover x Nike Fall/Winter 2011 Gyakusou Collection, we can present today the collection lookbook of the latest running line designed by Jun Takahashi. In the lookbook you see the designer and his GIRA running team explore some of Japan's most unique treasures, including the Tofuku-ji, a National Treasure of Japan, founded in 1236, and Kozan-ji, which is registered as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also the fine details of the construction and choice of color of the collection are highlighted. Once again an impressive offering, which brings running gear without any doubt to another level.

The collection releases October 15th, 2011, at Firmament and other premium retailers.

Many more images and a behind the scenes video follow after the jump.

(Via Beinghunted)

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