Kiko Kostadinov’s Newest ASICS Sneakers Are Also His Best

When Kiko Kostadinov released his “Cool Mist” ASICS GEL-Delva sneakers in early 2019, I was certain that his reign as ASICS’ best-ever collaborator was finally about to peak.

Of course, in the proceeding years I’ve been proven wrong (on multiple occasions, actually.)

Kostadinov has gone on to release ample sought-after sneakers in the meantime and now, following its launch late last year, even heads up his own ASICS sub-brand, Novalis.

Well, five-years after my initial misjudged Kostadinov ASICS peak prediction and I’m here to repeat the same statement for 2024, that’s after the designer posted images of some super techy-looking GEL-Teremoa sneakers in a pleasing orange, white, and blue colorway.

Joined by a pair of also-new black/gold ASICS GEL-Teremoa, the Bulgarian designer’s newest sneakers are perhaps the finest looking sneakers to have come off of the Kostadinov ASICS conveyor belt to date.

I mean, they have everything: that wonderfully breathable meshy upper, the futuristic-looking GEL midsole, and that squash-shoe-cum-technical-runner kinda look.

Perhaps the reason I’m so folded by Kostadinov’s new GEL-Teremoa is because they’re akin to the GEL-Delva he released only five years before, so no wonder I’m finding it so easy to wax lyrical about them.

Even still, such a beautiful pair of ASICS sneakers only further cements the fact that Kostadinov is going to have a stellar 2024, both collaboratively and under his eponymous label.

Though Kostadinov’s line is incredibly successful (I mean it’s been around for the best part of a decade), it’s his collaborations that have garnered the most plaudits of late.

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And, in particular, it’s his ongoing work with ASICS that continues to impress the most.

What I’m saying here is, put simply: if this isn’t Kostadinov and ASICS finally peaking, then I don’t know what it is, but I’m absolutely psyched to see what’s next if so.

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