Undefeated x ASICS GEL-Lyte V "DISARRAY"

With a design inspired by WWI battleships.

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Undefeated and ASICS team up once again, this time on the GEL-Lyte V silhouette. Titled “DISARRAY,” the shoe’s pattern is loosely based on a “Dazzle Painting” as a camouflage system intended to protect battleships during World War I. Comprised of heavy black and white panels in a variety of patterns, the eye-catching shoe is capped off with bright orange accents in the socklining and lace tips. This pair will be available at all Undefeated stores and undefeated.com starting May 13.

Check out more from Undefeated with its Nike Dunk Lux collaboration here.

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