Fear of God Teases Upcoming Vans Collaboration

Above: Jerry Lorenzo teased the new sneaker on Instagram
Above: Jerry Lorenzo teased the new sneaker on Instagram

Fresh off of his recent collaboration with global pop sensation, Justin Bieber, Jerry Lorenzo is back to teaming up with yet another notable brand. The Fear of God mastermind is giving fans a closer look at his upcoming Vault by Vans capsule, and the results are pretty damn fresh. Judging from the limited screenshot, it looks like the two apparel giants are delivering a classic Era silhouette. It already looks like another win for both parties, and proves that the company’s respective aesthetic is a perfect match for a hybrid piece.

Multiple outlets have already reported that the special drop will come as part of a series, and that they’ll land on select retail shelves later this fall. A pseudo announcement regarding the collaboration was made on social media at the end of March. Once again, Lorenzo let the news slip via a picture to his popular Instagram page. “Finalizing these California vibes for 2017,” the post read. He also included the user handles for both Fear of God and Vans in the caption.

As for the new series of kicks, it appears as though four special editions will launch. Sneakerheads may recall that a Sk8-Hi and a dope slip-on have already made the rounds online. The latter of which boasts an awesome red colourway complete with a heel counter and velcro strap. The most recent tease is an Era with scribbled Fear of God lettering across the top and mid sole. You can take a peek at some of the Instagram teases below, and stay tuned for more info regarding the official drop.

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Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan is a writer from Toronto. His favourite things in the world are music, movies, and mini dachshunds. Give him a follow on Twitter at @aidandaoust, where he’ll also accept your mixtape submissions.

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