Fear of God Drops Skate-Ready Sixth Collection Footwear

Including the brand new Skate Mid silhouette.

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Fear of God keeps rolling out premium Sixth Collection footwear, following the Santa Fe nubuck chelsea boots with a set of skate-indebted sneakers. The Skate Mid is a new style for the season, while the 101 Lace Up is reimagined with a variety of plush colorways.

Here, a matching pair of each style sport lavish Italian rough-out suede in a light red tone. Black grain leather accents and calf leather on the lining grant the sneakers extra opulence, while a beefy rubber midsole guarantees a more imposing silhouette. White laces appear on the 101 Lace Up, while the Skate Mid sports laces identical to the upper’s hue; both feature tonal stitching to emphasize the top-shelf quality.

Each sneaker offers its own differences, the most notable being the lace-hiding forefoot strap of the tall Skate Mid, which also boasts reflective 3M synthetic fabric across the toe box. Meanwhile, the 101 Lace Up offers a chunky leather-trimmed pull tab at the rear. A metal toggle tightens the laces of both shoes, complete with Fear of God branding across the top.

The new skate sneaker styles are available on Fear of God’s site and via stockists like SSENSE, with the 101 Lace Up weighing in at $495 USD and the Skate Mid commanding a $695 USD price tag.

Most recently, designer Jerry Lorenzo teased Fear of God’s latest Nike team-up.

 

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Fear of God Sixth Collection Skate Mid and 101 Lace Up Sneakers

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