According to py_rates, the collection's footwear will focus on the retro Air Skylon 2, an obscure early '90s runner that's been recently pegged for a return. For his collab, Lorenzo will reportedly deliver the Air Skylon 2 in three colorways: "Black/Anthracite/Pearl White/White," "Light Orewood Brown/Fuel Orange/Pearl White/White," and "Wolf Grey/Dark Grey/Pearl White."
Aside from their varying color combinations, each shoe in this range is joined together by a repeating "Fear of God" print reminiscent of Lorenzo's previous Vans designs.
Look for the sneakers in this collection to release October 2018.
UPDATE (11/06): New information has surfaced regarding Fear of God's upcoming collaboration with Nike on the Air Skylon 2. According to @py_rates on Twitter, two colorways will be releasing on Dec. 27 for $140 each. A look at the first colorway shows off a white mesh upper, cream suede overlays, perforated leather tongue, leather liner, and black patent leather Swoosh. Jerry Lorenzo seems to have added his own touch to the retro runner with the addition of a toggle lacing system as well.
The most recent design strays from the initial renderings that outfitted the pairs in a "Fear of God" all-over print similar to the brand's past projects with Vans.