The style and design language remain the same. The AFG1 utilizes an “Oatmeal” tan hue that’s a few shades darker “Light Bone” release that came before it. Once again, the mid midsole features a milky, semi-translucent construction, and the only differences from the “Light Bone” earthy palette come in the form of the white midfoot Swooshes and an icy blue-tinted, double-stacked Zoom Air unit in the heel.
The materials used remain unchanged. The collar and midfoot are made of a tightly woven nylon, soft suede can be found at the toebox. While cut-out plastic overlays and rope laces give the shoe more texture. A zipper located on the heel ensures an easy on-easy off fit. Finally, “06 10 24 25” sits on the salmon-colored, perforated insole for a nice hidden design touch.
Co-created with Leo Chang — the man responsible for much of Kevin Durant‘s signature Nike Basketball line — the Air Fear Of God 1 taps inspirations ranging from hoops to streetwear, and if the popularity of prior iterations is any barometer, the Nike Air Fear of God Oatmeal release date is November 2 for a cool $350.
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