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Jerry Lorenzo Unveils The Nike Air Fear Of God 1 “The Question”

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First spotted on-feet as he attended a CBA event in China last month, Jerry Lorenzo has since dubbed the Nike Air Fear Of God 1 “String” as the “Cream Toes.” As its latter nickname suggests, soft tones cover up the forefoot in two shades of “Oatmeal” with the lighter of the duo taking care of the luxe tumbled leather toe box; a darker beige differentiates the reinforced toe tip. Down below, midsoles follow suit as they sport the tan scheme proudly, save for at the double-stacked Zoom Air units near the heel, which opt in for an icy-blue, translucent finish. Side cages doubling-up as eye-stays round out the off-white palette, enclosing the most abrupt change of material (ballistic mesh) and color (black) introduced from the vamp to the ankle.

According to retailers in Europe, this two-tone Air FOG 1 is scheduled to drop on February 28th with a price tag of $350 USD. Keep it locked here if anything changes and for now, enjoy a detailed look at this forthcoming pair here below.

UPDATE (02/20/2020):
The Nike Air Fear of God 1 “The Question” is now dropping on March 26th, 2020.

Nike Air Fear Of God 1 “The Question”
Release Date: March 26th, 2020
Color: Multi-Color/Off Noir-String-Oatmeal
Style Code: AR4237-902

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UPDATED (02/10/2020):
Jerry Lorenzo reveals on Instagram the inspiration behind this latest Air Fear Of God 1 colorway. Allen Iverson’s on/off court style was a huge jump-off point for the colorway, with the Reebok Question in particular influencing the toe-box. Limited pairs will be available in Chicago during All-Star Weekend, while a global launch is set for February 28th.

UPDATE (02/10/2020)