Nike Air Fear Of God 1 "TRIPLE BLACK" | Review

Today, I've got a sneaker unboxing from Nike. I review the Nike Air Fear Of God 1 Triple Black. As usual, I give a close up look at the shoe and its details.

At the end of 2018, the streetwear brand Fear of God (FOG) burst onto the sneaker scene with their first Nike collaboration: The Nike Air Fear of God 1. Designed by FOG founder Jerry Lorenzo, this utilitarian sneaker-boot has become a sneakerhead favorite. Since its first iteration, the FOG 1 has released in several different, distinctive colorways. However, with the upcoming release of this sneaker in the classic “Triple Black” colorway, Lorenzo seems to be shifting his collaborations back towards a minimal, everyday aesthetic.

The Air Fear of God continues to capture the essence of a luxury basketball inspired sneaker. The high-cut basketball silhouette and premium build has helped this sneaker thrive as both a hybrid high-fashion and streetwear piece. The upper is constructed using black suedes, mesh and neoprene, and is finished with a blacked-out midsole and outsole. The attention to detail, seen in the addition of a toggle lacing structure, the mini-swoosh placement, and neoprene cage, has distinctly separated the FOG collaborations into their own tier of greatness

Nike Air Fear of God 1 “Triple Black”
Colorway: Black/Black-Black
Style Code: AR4237-005
Release Date: April 25, 2020
Price: $350

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