Asics Mexico 66

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Asics Mexico 66 - Introduced in 1966, the Mexico 66® from Onitsuka Tiger™ by ASICS® were the first sneakers with the famous Tiger Stripes.
Choose from either a combination of leather, suede and textile uppers for long, durable wear.
Textile lining with a perforated, cushioned footbed for all-day comfort.
Rubber outsole provides excellent traction.


  • Leather and suede upper for long, durable wear.


  • They were worn at the Mexico Olympic Games in 1968.
Introduced in 1966, these were the first shoes with the famous Tiger Stripes.
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I buy these Tigers because of the way they look. They are beyond cool, with their ultra low-profile design. They're sexy shoes with a definite European flair to them (though they are Japanese by design). You see these frequently around Paris on the feet of the younger generation. Even though I'm in my 40's they still look cool. You just can't find a cooler-looking, old-school style sneaker. I get compliments all the time. This, I may add, is my second pair, with 2 more on deck. Even my 14 year old son fell in love with them since nobody at his school wears them. So they have a certain "hard-to-find" cool factor that makes them more doable to many. Having said all that, they are not the most supportive shoe out there. In fact, they really are just for looks. You could run in them because they're so light, but they have zero arch support so it would be somewhat like running barefoot. The sole is flat and thin, of course. Still, they're like a feather and they look great. If you want serious running or walking shoes, these aren't them. But if you want some cool shoes, look no further.
Marc L - customer at on 10/24/2011
These shoes are a classic throwback to a simpler time. Sleek and well-made, they evoke the period of running's glory days. Though they don't feature today's high tech innovations of cushioning and support in running shoes technology, they are great for kicking around and dressing down. They go well with a track suit or jeans. I like to wear them when driving as well.
Paul E - customer at on 03/23/2012
I have two pairs of these and one for casual wear, and one for running. As has been said, they don't have arch support. That's why I'm using them for running as a supplement to barefoot running and runs in my Vibrams. It takes some getting used to, but they're perfect for minimalist running if you're into that sort of thing.
Danny H - customer at on 11/30/2011
Like these shoes need anymore reviews! After 2 years of ownership, I figured I'd finally document a review. I love these shoes. They've lasted comfortably for 2 years! They run as labeled length wise but are a bit narrow width wise. A great stylish, comfortable shoe every one should own.
Ryan - customer at on 10/31/2011
Great, comfortable shoe! I usually wear Adidas Sambas, but the newer models are not quite as comfy as the older ones. This shoe is my new favorite.
Oliver D - customer at on 12/09/2011