To coincide with the in-store release (June 20) of the BAIT x G.I. Joe x New Balance 710 “Roadblock” and 574 “Cobra Commander,” BAIT is awarding customers with a chance to also land handmade military crates to house the shoes. The first few individuals who purchase both collaborative kicks will receive the limited edition crate, choosing from the G.I. Joe option in olive and the Cobra in navy. Each crate was handmade in the United States and can hold up to four pairs of sneakers.

Only 60 crates were produced, and they will be available solely at BAIT Diamond Bar, BAIT Los Angeles, BAIT Seattle and BAIT San Francisco.

Also, head here to sign up for the raffle for the BAIT x G.I. Joe x New Balance sneaks.

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