Model: GEL-Kayano 5 360 and GEL-Venture 7

Release Date: December 11

Price: TBC

Buy: Exclusively at Dover Street Market as part of the Fluro Rebellion Project

Editor’s Notes: London-based ROKH, the brand founded by Rok Hwang, has teamed up with ASICS to rework two of the latter’s sportstyle silhouettes. Both models — the GEL-Venture 7 and the hybrid GEL-Kayano 5 OG — feature custom, fluorescent mountain laces that have been hand-woven across the models’ uppers. The contrasting colors and all-over artisan design give the sneakers a distinct outdoors vibe, which no doubt will leave the wearer feeling they can traverse any mountain they set their sights on.

The two-sneaker drop is scheduled for December 11 and is part of a bigger Dover Street Market collection called “Fluro Rebellion Project.” The project sees some of the iconic store’s most trusted friends and collaborators come together to provide special products for the collection.

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