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Jerry Lorenzo Previews More Fear of God x Vans Vault Shoes

We’re still a few months away from Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God x Vans Vault Collection to officially release. But thanks to the man himself we’re able to get a few sneak peaks of upcoming shoes that will be part of this anticipated collaboration.

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Today, he revealed the Fear of God Vans Authentic silhouette that comes similar to last year’s pair with Fear of God logo branding covering the entire toe cap and heel. Along with the Vans Authentic is the already seen Vans Mountain Edition colorway.

A confirmed release date for the Fear of God x Vans Vault Collection has yet to be revealed, but we do know that it will be around the holiday season. Stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for more updates as they develop.

Fear of God Vans Authentic

Fear of God Vans Mountain Edition

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