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Onitsuka Tiger is one of the oldest shoe companies in Japan, tracing its history back to the formation of Onitsuka Co Ltd in 1949 when the 32 year old former military officer, Onitsuka started his company with the hopes of raising postwar youth self-esteem through athletics. read more
Onitsuka Tiger is one of the oldest shoe companies in Japan, tracing its history back to the formation of Onitsuka Co Ltd in 1949 when the 32 year old former military officer, Onitsuka started his company with the hopes of raising postwar youth self-esteem through athletics. read more
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05/01/2021
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Onitsuka Tiger partners with Culture Collide 11/2014 FILTER Magazine’s third annual Culture Collide Festival will return to Los Angeles this October 4-7, bringing four days of incredible music, art, film and more to Echo Park. As one of the most buzzed about festivals of the fall season, Culture Collide will welcome performances by of Montreal (US), Junip (Sweden), School of Seven Bells (US), Clinic (United Kingdom), Penguin Prison (US), Class Actress (US), Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500 (US), John Talabot (Live) (Spain), Breakestra (US) and Tribes (United Kingdom), American Royalty (US), Moss (Netherlands), The Standards (Thailand), The Kavanaghs (Argentina), and Marit Larsen (Norway), with many more to be announced soon.

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