A First Look at the Nike Air Fear of God 1 "Triple Black"

A blacked out iteration of the popular model.

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The latest Fear of God lookbook offered a peek of a new Nike Air Fear of God 1 iteration, showing the silhouette in a sly “Triple Black” colorway.

The all-black model sees no sharp hints of color contrast at all but still features the same material, utilizing a breathable mesh upper, suede toe box and TPU caging. Branding hits will most likely land on its typical positions including the mini Swoosh on the cage, an embossed Fear of God print on the midsole and a Nike insignia on the heel. Tonal black laces tie the stealthy sneaker together as it rests on a double-stacked Zoom Air sole unit, highlighted by a blacked-out sole window that offers the softest hint of an icy blue pop contrast.

Take a first look at the Nike Air Fear of God 1 “Triple Black” below.

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