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Onitsuka Tiger's Sporting Heritage

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Our first pair of Onitsukas were bought more than five years ago. They're still comfortable and still look great.

And with 2012 being the year of the Olympic Games the brand has chosen to celebrate the iconic event with a range of vintage styles.

Taking inspiration from the gold, silver and bronze medals through to the colours of the Olympic rings, all shoes have a vintage appearance and design. Models which have incorporated the Olympic theme include Mexico '66 (seen in blue and green - images one and two) and California ‘78 (images three and four - gold and silver).

Meh-hi-hos (correct pronunciation you'll find) are priced at £65 while Californias are at £70.

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