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Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Las Vegas based sneaker shop Feature is hooking up with ASICS to release their first collaborative project, the Feature x ASICS Gel Lyte V “Prickly Pear” release.

Using the ASICS Gel Lyte V as the base, the inspiration behind this release is from Las Vegas’ desert scenery, more specifically, the Prickly Pear Cactus.

The shoe is built with a combination of Tan leather, suede and nubuck to give off that cactus concept. Embossed leather dons the forefoot that represents the caucus’ prickly stems. The traditional ASICS strips are done in a Tan-to-Green gradient design that is complimented with Green speckled laces and heel counter. The shoe is finished with a Gum bottom as a nod to the desert sand, as well as an all-over cactus graphic insoles.

Look for the Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear to release in-store on February 14th at 6PM PST and online at 9PM PST the same day. The retail price tag is set at $140 USD.

Feature x ASICS Gel Lyte V “Prickly Pear”
February 14, 2016
$140

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

Feature ASICS Gel Lyte V Prickly Pear

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