Brand: Fear of God x Nike

Model: Air Shoot Around

Key Features: The sneaker features a double-stacked Zoom Air cushioning sole similar to the Fear of God 1, with an Air Max 180-inspired Air unit. The upper is made of leather. The Fear of God 1's lacing system has been replaced by a lightweight collar strap and laces around the ankle. Swoosh branding finishes off the look.

Release Date: January 19, 10 AM EST.

Price: $300 / €300

Buy: Nike and select retailers (see list below).

Editor’s Notes: With the Nike Fear of God 1 completing its drops in Europe and the US today, Jerry Lorenzo's Nike Air Shoot Around is also set to drop in a "Light Bone" version of the pregame model in the US, and both colorways in Europe.

While the Air Shoot Around features the same high-top silhouette, heel zip, and double-stacked Zoom Air midsole unit as the Fear of God 1, the major differences between the two models are a different lacing system, the collar strap, and the Swoosh branding.

The United States already saw the release of the black version in December, and now the black version will be dropping in the US today, January 19, at 10 AM EST, with Europe getting both colorways, too.

Where to Buy

Nike Solebox Voo Berlin Soto Store BSTN Sneakersnstuff Sivas Descalzo Sneaker Politics Footpatrol Foot District END. Launches

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