Ronnie Fieg x Asics Volcano 2.0 Collection via KITH

The Volcano colorway holds a special place in Kith’s, Asics’s, and my personal timelines. Its original release happened at a pivotal time for our market, as classic running silhouettes began to take (pics via KITH)

Source: Ronnie Fieg x Asics Volcano 2.0 Collection

Use the source link to read about how Ronnie Fieg chose to do the 2.0 Volcano release. He discusses the fact that the Gel Diablo silhouette mold had been destroyed. He also analyzes that releasing this version of a Volcano could be risky. I don’t think it’s a risk. The Diablo’s chunky aesthetic is in line with recent designs from A.W. and Raf.

The look is a bit more elegant than those designer models like Ozweego Bunny and is more in line with the Footscape. There are more close up shots of this upcoming release on the Source link.

There are also pairs available via eBay right now.

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