Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66

Mexico 66

Inception 1966
Inventor Onitsuka Tiger

The Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 is an iconic shoe created by the Japanese brand Onitsuka Tiger. These are unisex trainers, making them the ideal choice for anyone, regardless of gender, looking for comfort and style.

Created in 1966 and named after the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico, these trainers were first introduced with the brand's famous "tiger stripes". The Mexico 66 was developed based on the Onitsuka Tiger Limber model released in 1961, which was the first shoe to feature the "Tiger Stripes".

The Mexico 66 is characterised by a classic design, emphasised by its minimalist lines and style. It is a model that embodies uniqueness and innovative design while maintaining a sense of comfort and functionality.

They have a durable rubber sole for increased durability and a unique cushioning system to ensure comfort when walking or running. The upper material is a combination of natural and synthetic leather for durability and elegance.

This model remains trendy today thanks to its universal design that goes with almost any style of clothing. Suitable for active leisure as well as everyday wear, they highlight your individual style and preferences.

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