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Experience unrestricted ankle mobility as well as a supportive ride from the Asics Aaron’s low-top profile and structured build. Although often available in men’s sizes ranging from 4-14 Medium D width, both men and women can enjoy this model with its style that befits the taste of even the pickiest of sneaker queens.
In terms of sizing, most find this shoe to fit accordingly. A few, however, find its fit somewhat tight and opt to get a pair a half size bigger than their standard choice.
Styling the low-top Asics Aaron in a profusion of outfits can be done without problems with its classic silhouette paired with its stable construction. Its simplistic design is capable of flawlessly enhancing any style from laidback to preppy, reserved to glitzy. Whether faux-leather clad or canvas-garbed, this is definitely worth including in anyone’s capsule wardrobe.
No matter how "basic" its styling is, this shoe surely embodies the brand’s heritage with its basketball-inspired silhouette. Only set apart from other vintage models by its vulcanized striped sole sealed off by the brand’s distinguishable striping, the Asics Aaron’s simple design is still a sight to behold, regardless of the colorway its dressed in.
Asics founder Kihachiro Onitsuka started the company in 1949 with an altruistic objective in mind. Known initially as Onitsuka Co. Ltd, the business designed and developed high-performance hoop shoes to carry out its impregnable desire to promote health and happiness among the youth.
Before long, Asics’ sneaker offering expanded and it was distinguished as one of the leaders of innovation in the shoe market. Triumphant in its chosen endeavor, it remained relentless in pursuing its philanthropic journey, Its sole reason for existing prevails.
To date, this label continues to live up to its legacy. Its footwear, more so, its all-too-familiar insignia, just like any other Japanese-made product evokes innovation, exceptional design and remarkable craftsmanship.
The Asics Aaron is among the brands understated and underrated models. No longer as tech-packed as today’s sneakers, it still managed to stir the excitement of some sneaker fans with its old-school semblance. Its basketball-inspired sole and firm structure are features that also make this lifestyle sneaker a model to watch out for.
- Its rubber sole with circular tread pattern supplies dependable grip as well as superior flexibility and durable comfort.
- Asics Aaron models made of vegan materials are also available.
- Comfort is elevated with the addition of the lightly padded opening, cushioned footbed as well as mesh lining and tongue.
- Lacing system with flat laces can be tightened and loosened for a customized fit.
- Some editions come with a speckled sole.
- Its insoles are fixed.
- Its look is finished off with the brand’s logo on the rear and the tongue.