Coming through with a quintessential summertime release, UBIQ have linked with ASICS to release the GEL Lyte Speed "Cool Breeze." The kicks were inspired by warm weather activity during the summer months, focusing on blue skies and cool oceans. Appropriately, UBIQ chose to showcase a mixture of aqua, sky blue and navy hues throughout, with the kicks being done up in soft leather and perforated nubuck. A speckled effect has then been implemented on the midsole, providing further entice to the already impressive collaboration.

To showcase the joint effort, UBIQ took to various spots in Philadelphia to capture some great shots of the sneaker. From thousands of feet above the city in a helicopter, to the Race Street Pier, you can get a look at the UBIQ x ASICS GEL Lyte Speed "Cool Breeze" above. A release will be taking place in-store and online on July 18, with a retail price of $140 USD.

Also, for UBIQ's recent collab with Vans Vault, head here.

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