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Jun Takahashi And Nike Usher In Fluid Functionality For Gyakusou Spring/Summer ’19

Going on 10 years of Gyakusou, Jun Takahashi and Nike are ushering in their forthcoming Spring/Summer ’19 range, including apparel that imbue informed design as well as earth-toned themed colorways of the Vaporfly 4% and Pegasus Turbo. With running lying at the core of the collaboration’s ethos, the designer wanted to tackle an inspiration unlike most, toting the exercise as more of a meditative experience fit for running monks and those who prefer a backwards step. Outerwear main…

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Jun Takahashi Contines Hot Streak With The Gyakusou Nike Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo

In 2018, Jun Takahashi and his UNDERCOVER label absorbed a sea of accolades for his sublime collaborative work with Nike and Converse on the footwear front. That streak of hits will certainly continue in the new year as we get a first look at a Nike Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo under the
running-focused Gyakusou imprint inspired by the sport culture in Japan. This revised take on the Pegasus 35 Turbo sees a fully redesigned upper that features a conservative Swoosh logo blocking and a multi-la…

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The Nike Zoom Fly Sp GYAKUSOU Collection Releases October 4th

Since its commencement back in 2010, Nike’s GYAKUSOU line has merged Nike’s latest and greatest performance technology together with the sui generis stylings of UNDERCOVER founder Jun Takahashi, who’s responsible for the UNDERCOVER React Element 87s and has added his touch to everything from the Nike Free to technical lightweight jackets. Now Takahashi — an avid runner himself — and Nike are now set to present a three-pack of brand new GYAKUSOU Zoom Fly SPs. Although the…

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NIKEiD Launches “GYAKUSOU Camo” Option for the Nike Free 4.0 Hybrid

New on NIKEiD is a “GYAKUSOU Camo” option that can be applied to the Nike Free 4.0 Hybrid. The Jun Takahashi-designed Nike offshoot label mixes Takahashi’s sense of individualism and style with Nike’s innovation in sportswear, for a truly sartorial take on perennial sport staples. The camouflage graphic options include a vari…

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