The Fear of God x Nike Air Skylon II Appears in "Light Bone"

Pale shades.

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Following the black and white iterations of Fear of God‘s collaborative Nike Air Skylon II, another elevated runner has emerged. Retaining the same embroidered branding and toggle lacing as the other iterations, the new shoe is realized in “Light Bone.” its pale cream upper is complemented by an off-white midsole and translucent plastic Swoosh, replacing the patent leather that appeared on earlier variants.

The Fear of God x Nike Air Skylon II “Light Bone” is expected to hit Nike’s site and outlets in 2019 for $150 USD.

Fear of God has more Nike collaborations on the way, including an off-kilter moccasin-style sneaker.

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