We know very well that as the velocity of an object increases, its relativistic mass also increases because of an increase in its energy which is directly equivalent to mass. We also know that the higgs field is responsible for giving mass to particles and in turn the objects make up the particles. According to our current assumption, some particles face more resistance in the higgs field and therefore end up getting more mass while some feel less resistance and end up getting a lesser mass.
Now coming to the question. Can we say that when an object is accelerated to a high velocity its particles experience more resistance from the higgs field (we can think of this in terms of friction or something) and therefore the object acquires more mass?