An Unreleased Fear of God ESSENTIALS x Converse Collab Surfaces

Featuring a retro theme.

Footwear
15,804 Hypes 5 Comments

Building on their popular Chuck 70s releases, an unreleased Fear of God ESSENTIALS x Converse collaboration recently surfaced.

Featuring a retro theme, the leaked model looks to build on Converse’s Skidgrip City Scape with designer Jerry Lorenzo‘s footwear sensibilities. The paneled design features a canvas construction marked by a multicolor pattern fueled by an array of shapes and color blocking. Other details on the high-top include white eyelets, thick rope laces, Converse logo tabs on the tongue and blue stitching. Elevating the shoe is a thicker sold design midsole marked with tonal Fear of God ESSENTIALS and Converse license plates at the rear.

Take a first look at the unreleased Fear of God ESSENTIALS x Converse collaboration above.

For more footwear news, take an official look at the Air Jordan 5 “Alternate Bel-Air.”

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Fear of God ESSENTIALS' Tennis Shoe Mid Is Ready for Summer
Footwear

Fear of God ESSENTIALS' Tennis Shoe Mid Is Ready for Summer

The epitome of a clean white leather sneaker.

Slip Into Summer With Fear of God’s Canvas Backless Sneakers
Footwear

Slip Into Summer With Fear of God’s Canvas Backless Sneakers

Pure unadulterated comfort.

Fear of God Officially Unveils "The California" Slip-On
Footwear

Fear of God Officially Unveils "The California" Slip-On

Dropping in “Oat”, “Almond”, “Concrete” and “Cement” colorways in men’s, women’s and kid’s sizes.


Summery Suiting Informs Fear of God's Latest Seventh Collection Drop
Fashion

Summery Suiting Informs Fear of God's Latest Seventh Collection Drop

Luxe sportswear, relaxed tailoring and more handknit loungewear.

size? and adidas Originals Resurrect SL76 For Latest Archive Release
Footwear

size? and adidas Originals Resurrect SL76 For Latest Archive Release

Arriving in two striking colorways.

Bon Iver Premieres New Single, Music Video "Ate Up All Their Cake"
Music

Bon Iver Premieres New Single, Music Video "Ate Up All Their Cake"

“We must fight racism and sexism and classism to build a stronger foundation for the home we all deserve.”

Nike Blazer Mid '77 and Sky Force 3/4 "Grey Fog" Pay Homage to Coney Island
Footwear

Nike Blazer Mid '77 and Sky Force 3/4 "Grey Fog" Pay Homage to Coney Island

With oceanside-themed colorways and special maps on the insoles.

Freddie Gibbs Links With Machinedrum for New "Kane Train" Single
Music

Freddie Gibbs Links With Machinedrum for New "Kane Train" Single

“I can never bend, I do not fold.”

Hassan Hajjaj Explores Cosmopolitan Identity Through Vibrant Portraits and Objects
Art

Hassan Hajjaj Explores Cosmopolitan Identity Through Vibrant Portraits and Objects

Bringing fashion, design, art and commerce together in one place.


Instagram's New Video Feature Reels Officially Debuts in U.S.
Tech

Instagram's New Video Feature Reels Officially Debuts in U.S.

Facebook’s answer to TikTok.

G-SHOCK and 'Dragon Ball Z's "Son Goku" Watch Will See Wider Release
Watches

G-SHOCK and 'Dragon Ball Z's "Son Goku" Watch Will See Wider Release

They’re “Saiyan” it again, one more time.

Watch This Jumpman Logo Sculpture Transform Into an Air Jordan 1
Art

Watch This Jumpman Logo Sculpture Transform Into an Air Jordan 1

Releasing in a very limited edition.

Behind the HYPE: How Raf Simons’ Riot Jacket Became a Streetwear Holy Grail
Fashion 

Behind the HYPE: How Raf Simons’ Riot Jacket Became a Streetwear Holy Grail

Why one sold for a stunning $47,000 USD price tag.

Deadly Explosions in Beirut Leave Art Spaces in Ruins
Art

Deadly Explosions in Beirut Leave Art Spaces in Ruins

A series of blasts took place this Tuesday that left over 70 people dead and over 4,000 injured.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Adblock Detected.

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. If you enjoy our content, please add us to your adblocker's whitelist. We'd really appreciated it.