The snug-fitting Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 SD has maintained the quality regarding fit and sizing of the custom Japanese shoe brand. The shoe comes in medium width that is often cozy for those with regular foot width. The low-top sneaker kept secured by regular flat laces has a collar flap at the back for extra protection at the back heel. Shoe sizes start at size 5 to 14 for men with half sizes available for accurate fitting. Women may opt to go 1.5 sizes down to an equivalent size.
Vintage silhouettes like the Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 SD are versatile footwear to choose from if the shoe owner loves to dress most of the time casually. The heritage design of the low-top running shoe turned lifestyle sneaker with its distinctive stripes on the side and full leather finish projects confidence with a sporty vibe that it goes well when worn with shorts, jeans, khakis, chinos, and other clothes in the spring or summer. The design also comes in a huge selection of colorways that blending them with the mood, tastes, and personal style of the wearer is more relaxed and hassle-free.
Extra comfort is the most promising new feature of the Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 SD. The updated look in time for the 100th anniversary of Kihachiro Onitsuka comes with improved interiors and cushioning. The updates included a dual density fuzeGEL technology midsole and an Ortholite insole for added comfort and improved cushioning for the heritage sneaker design.
The Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 SD or the Superior Deluxe version of the shoe first came out in 2002 as a reissue in time for the 100th anniversary of founder Kihachiro Onitsuka. Onitsuka Tiger was founded in 1949 in Kobe, Japan as the Onitsuka Co. Ltd. In 1977, the company was later on merged with other partners and became Asics Corporation. While there was a name change, however, several iconic shoe designs like the Mexico 66 and Corsair are still produced and marketed using the original Onitsuka Tiger label.
The Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 is a re-issue of their most successful running sneaker to date that first became famous when it was launched in 1966 in time for Olympic Summer Games held in Mexico City. The shoe was a cult favorite among runners and was featured in films starring Bruce Lee and Uma Thurman.
- Onitsuka Tiger branding detail at tongue and back flap.