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When Jerry Lorenzo launched his Fear of God label in 2013, it quickly climbed the ranks of the streetwear elite, becoming one of the most coveted cult brands around. The label’s popularity has been given some big boosts along the way thanks to some A-list fans, and of course, sneaker collaborations with Converse, Vans, and Nike, to name a few.

While many of these kicks are now unavailable through general sale, sneaker marketplace GOAT is stocked with sought-after Fear of God footwear, and we’ve rounded up eight highlights you can still get your hands on, available both on the website and app.

Originally released in super-limited quantities to customers in the Chicago area and online, the Nike Air Fear Of God 1 “Amarillo”, which is available at GOAT, is an attention-demanding colorway for a brighter summer. We first got a glimpse of this sneaker on a Complex cover story with John Mayer last year and longed to get our hands on these kicks ever since.

We’ve also selected the Fear of God x Chuck 70 High “Natural”, a choice that takes Converse’s classic silhouette and traditional All Star patch and adds a Fear of God stamp through a black and off-white colorway.

Shop our favorite Fear of God sneakers at GOAT now.

1 'Amarillo'

1 'Amarillo'

$950

Fear Of God x Nike

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Air Fear Of God 1 'Orange Pulse'

Air Fear Of God 1 'Orange Pulse'

$495

Fear Of God x Nike

Buy at GOAT
Era 95 DX 'Collection 2 Red'

Era 95 DX 'Collection 2 Red'

$599

Fear Of God x Vans

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Air Fear Of God SA 'Light Bone'

Air Fear Of God SA 'Light Bone'

$350

Fear Of God x Nike

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Chuck 70 High 'Natural'

Chuck 70 High 'Natural'

$148

Fear of God x Converse

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Air Fear Of God Raid 'Light Bone'

Air Fear Of God Raid 'Light Bone'

$239

Fear Of God x Nike

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Air Skylon 2 'White'

Air Skylon 2 'White'

$130

Fear Of God x Nike

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Air Fear of God Moc 'Particle Beige'

Air Fear of God Moc 'Particle Beige'

$80

Fear Of God x Nike

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