Following an extended "Geocached" contest which saw pairs of these shoes being hidden around the world, Bodega is set to release the highly anticipated ASICS Gel Lyte V "Get Wet" pack. The shoes feature GORE-TEX construction contrasted by 3M panels, nubuck and ripstop nylon. The sole features a speckled midsole on top of gum rubber outsoles with custom footbeds, neoprene sock liner and two sets of rope laces. A Bodega "Get Wet" USB drive also comes with each shoe featuring exclusive content for the project. Lastly, a small run of windbreakers featuring 3M and nylon construction will also be available to coincide with the release. Offered in Vapor Blue/Olive Grey and Pewter/Atmosphere colorways, the ASICS Gel Lyte V "Get Wet" pack will be available exclusively at Bodega's online store at midnight (EST) on December 13 and at the Boston, Massachusetts location at 9 a.m. EST on December 13 for $170 USD.

Bodega 6 Clearway St. Boston, MA 02115

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