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If Ninjas wore sneakers, they might just don the Y-3 Raito Racer. As part of a collaboration between Japanese avant garde fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto and the three-stripe brand, the Y-3 Raito Racer gets mostly black coloring this time around after two previous models, a black/white and an all-white version. The dark colorway shows up in its Quickstrike outsole, the lightweight v-shaped lacing system, and the Primeknit woven upper, peppered by white threads that pop. The outsole is actually molded directly on the Boost midsole further reducing the weight (Raito means “light” in Japanese), and along with the breathable upper, the Y-3 Raito Racer ensures your dogs won’t bark too much at the end of a long day of pounding the pavement.

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