Brand: Fear of God x Nike

Model: Air Fear of God Moc

Key Features: The shoe arrives in both a "Light Pink" and black colorway and features a laceless upper with a midfoot strap and toggle lacing system at the heel. Like designer Jerry Lorenzo's Nike Fear of God 1, the shoe features a hefty sole unit with double-stacked Zoom technology inspired by the Air Max 180.

Release Date: The Pure Platinum colorway dropped on April 27. The black and particle beige colorways will drop on May 17.

Price: $170

Buy: Nike and select retailers (see list below)

Editor’s Notes: The Nike Air Fear of God Moc sneaker is set to drop in two new colorways today, after having dropped in Pure Platinum on April 27. The Particle Beige and Black versions were previously unveiled when the lookbook dropped but were given a later release date than the aforementioned first colorway.

As with the first drop, these two colorways will be released alongside a new colorway of the Air Fear of God Raid. Check out official product shots of all three colorways below.

The shoe features a laceless forefoot with toggle lacing at the heel. A large midfoot strap and what looks to be a nylon upper complete the moccasin-inspired look. The sneaker, available in two colorways judging by the campaign imagery above, drops as part of the Fear of God x Nike SS19 collection. The collection includes the Air Fear of God Moc, Air Fear of God Raid, a double-hooded sweatshirt, new T-shirt, and reprises of the Nike Air Fear of God short and pant.

Where to buy:

Nike Sneakersnstuff Overkill BSTN Solebox END. Clothing SSENSE Slam Jam Voo Store

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