Asahi Deck White Grey
The shape and style of Asahi's Deck Shoes follows classic deck shoe designs of years past. The siping sole bottom gives superior grip on wet surfaces, since deck shoes were originally meant to keep you planted on the slippery decks of ships back in the day. In addition to the grippy foundation - the lightweight, minimalist cotton canvas upper, cotton laces, tonal eyelets, and vulcanized rubber seal are all the trademarks of Asahi's commitment to quality and allow for the materials and subtle design details to shine through.
Due to their almost entirely handmade nature, there may be slight variation.
Older than most American shoe brands, Asahi Shoes were Nike's primary sneaker manufacturer in the 1970's and 80's, and pivotal in creating Nike's iconic 'Blazer' and 'Bruin' that have long been Nike mainstays. Since they first began production in 1892, Asahi Shoes have been almost entirely handmade in Kurume, Japan, using labor-intensive vulcanizing methods. They're also the originators of the herringbone technique that revolutionized the production of suede and leather trainers globally.
24 CM (Japan) / Men 6 (US) / Women 7 (US)
24.5 CM (Japan) / Men 6.5 (US) / Women 7.5 (US)
25 CM (Japan) / Men 7 (US) / Women 8 (US)
26 CM (Japan) / Men 8 (US) / Women 9 (US)
27 CM (Japan) / Men 9 (US) / Women 10 (US)
28 CM (Japan) / Men 10 (US) / Women 11 (US)
29 CM (Japan) / Men 11 (US) / Women 12 (US)
Upper - Canvas
Sole - Vulcanized rubber
Do not machine wash. Spot clean and hand-wash only.
To clean, rinse shoes with warm water, inside and out, and gently brush away stains with a mixture of water and detergent. Rinse with cool, clean water. Air dry shoes in a shady spot and stuff shoes with paper towels to absorb excess moisture and retain the shape. Direct heat on canvas can cause the canvas to break down or become brittle.
Return Policy / Shipping:
Returns must be made within 2 weeks in original, unused condition with all packaging for either 1. Store credit for the full amount or 2. Refund - minus a 20% restocking fee. Tortoise does not cover the cost of return shipping or the cost of re-shipping an exchange, and the cost of shipping for returns and exchanges is the responsibility of the customer.