WOEI x Onitsuka Tiger (Japan) Colorado 85 “Cervidae II”

A pairing of two reputable imprints in footwear, Japanese label Onitsuka Tiger has teamed up with Rotterdam store WOEI to rework the Colorado 85. In honor of Onitsuka Tiger’s 30th anniversary, the sneaker is highlighted by ceremonial golden accents inspired by the vigor of a cervidae. The brown and beige upper features 3M reflective detailing on its toe and heel cap, while a perforated toebox and D-ring eyelets offer a distinctive, athletic look.

The Cervidae II will be available at WOEI on June 13 and international stockists from June 20.

Onitsuka Tiger (Japan) Colorado Eighty-Five “Okayama Denim”

Following the unveiling of the “Burgundy” colorway just a couple days back, Onitsuka Tiger presents a new unique rendition of the iconic Colorado Eighty-Five retro runner. This latest version sees the runner done up in a premium Okayama selvedge denim base, with dark blue overlays embellishing the toe cap, heel, and lacelets, while the branding at the side panel is rendered in a contrasting white hue. Vibrant red inner lining and leather details at the heel and tongue round out the premium offering.

Priced at $100 USD, the Onitsuka Tiger Colorado Eighty-Five “Okayama Denim” is available for purchase at select accounts like Rock City Kicks.

Onitsuka Tiger (Japan) Colorado Eighty-Five “Burgundy”

Onitsuka Tiger has unveiled its new burgundy colorway of the iconic Colorado Eighty-Five silhouette. The classic runner’s premium suede upper comes represented in a rich burgundy hue, with subtle grey and white touches all over and a clean white midsole. 2015 marks thirty years of the Colorado Eighty-Five and this release is the latest in a line of premium representations of the silhouette from the Japanese brand.

They’re available for approximately $169 USD at Swiss outlet Titolo now.

Onitsuka Tiger Colorado Eighty-Five “Triple White”

Just in time for the upcoming summer season, Onitsuka Tiger unveils a new “Triple White” colorway of the classic Colorado Eighty-Five silhouette. The heritage runner’s premium leather upper is rendered in an all-white hue, with subtle touches of off-white at the heel and outsole. A deep-treaded outsole makes the shoe ideal for outdoor use, though the colorway may not be best suited for off-road exploration.

Priced at $120 USD, the Onitsuka Tiger Colorado Eighty-Five “Triple White” is available for purchase at select accounts likeFeature.

DIGAWEL x Onitsuka Tiger Colorado Eighty-Five

Onitsuka Tiger, has chosen two designers from its native Japan to celebrate the 30 year anniversary model of the iconic Colorado Eighty-Five runner.

The vibrant colorways of the retro silhouette, originally released in 1985, have been put together in association with FACETASM and DIGAWEL (pictured above) and will be released exclusively at Dover Street Market Ginza. Sporting a white mesh base, DIGAWEL’s take on the Eighty-Five sports a grey outsole along with a cream-colored midsole and multicolored suede overlays across the entirety of the upper.

Look for the collaborative endeavor to hit DSMG on April 29.

Andrea Pompilio x Tokyo Onitsuka Tiger 2015 Fall/Winter Collection

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A Closer Look at the END. X Onitsuka Tiger Colorado 85 “Bluebird”


END. x Onitsuka Tiger Colarado 85 “Bluebird” Teaser

As part of the collaborative campaign between British sportswear label END. and longstanding sneaker company Onitsuka Tiger, the two have given a sneak peek at their reworking of the latter’s Colorado 85 model. The shoes chiefly feature monochromatic blues, with calculated uses of white on its outsole, logo and detailing throughout. Titled “Bluebird,” the sneakers are constructed from a mix of suede and rubber.

The cooperative collection is slated for release on March 5.

END. x Onituska Tiger 2015 Spring Teaser

To be fair, there’s not much known about the forthcoming collaboration between END. and Onitsuka Tiger, but we can confidently say it’ll be good. The U.K. retailer has been relatively quiet in terms of collaborations after its project with Filling Pieces last fall, and follows that discreetness with an equitably subtle post on their blog.

The above image, found on said blog, merely depicts blue feathers – ostensibly the thematic base of the collaboration – in a grassy plain with both logos. Look for more information from this mysterious project as it arrives.