Posted by Erica August 29, 2012

The highly anticipated drop of the BAIT x Asics "Rings" Pack is finally here! At San Diego Comic Con these Asics Gel Lyte III green canvas with navy trim, were nicknamed "the Hulk". The Gel Saga black nubuck with silver and white also got a nickname at Comic Con, they were renamed "Black Spiderman". 

"First previewed at the 2012 San Diego Comic Convention, our exclusive BAIT x ASICS “Rings” Pack garnered a lot of attention. Inspired by some of our favorite superheroes, the pack was designed to invoke the superhero spirit of the London games. The pack is comprised of a quintet of shoes, each one uniquely doused to match the color of a corresponding Olympic ring inspired by a superhero in design."

"Alongside the “Rings” Pack at Comic Con, we also displayed our exclusive BAIT x Marvel statues, each mirroring the colors of their respective shoe. Individually captured in a moment of action-packed intensity, Wolverine (“YellowRing”), Captain America (“Blue Ring”), the Incredible Hulk (“Green Ring”),Black Spiderman (“Black Ring”), and Deadpool (“Red Ring”) are sculpted in masterful charge. The BAIT x Marvel statues will be sold exclusively at towards the end of September."

These kicks are now available exclusively at


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