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Zack Bia is many things. The 28-year-old is a DJ who was recently the warm-up act for Drake’s 56-date North American tour, he’s a record label owner with rappers like Yeat on his roster, he’s a producer who released an EP last summer, and he’s part of an influential crew of creatives.

You can imagine that Bia has a lot to keep up with but that hasn’t stopped him from recently establishing himself as a designer creating some excellent collaborative sneakers. 

The most recent of those collaborations is between his record label, Field Trip Records, and ASICS as they create a limited-edition version of the Gel-Kayano 14, a retro running shoe turned fashionable sneaker.

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This is the second time that Field Trip Records has linked up with ASICS and it’s the second time that they’ve created a collaborative Gel-Kayano 14, however, this time the design is a lot more colorful than before.

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The exclusive shoe comes in a bright green colorway with yellow accents, a black heel portion, and a blue sole. It’s an eye-catching mix of bold colors that work surprisingly well together.

As well as creating a striking colorway, Field Trip has used a thicker, diamond-shaped mesh than on regular Gel-Kayano models.

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There’s no official word from ASICS or Field Trip yet on when this shoe will be released, however, the sneaker boutique Feature is releasing them on June 22 with a draw already live on its website. The shoes retail for $170. 

This release follows Field Trip Records collaborative Nike Air Max Pulse release from last year and its founder, Zack Bia, recently made a player-exclusive pair of Nike KD16s for Kevin Durant. 

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Zack Bia is already building a big name in the music industry, being described as a Burgeoning Music Mogul, and now he’s coming for the sneaker game too. 

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