A Closer Look at the Fear of God x Vans Vault Collection

The Vans shoe manufacturer has collaborated with Jerry Lorenzo on two of its recent collections they call the Vans Fear of God X from the Vans Vault collection. Fear of God is an edgy shoe that is versatile and edgy with an attractive and stylish design that goes with almost anything in your wardrobe. This classy and vibrant style is one that inspires fun and springiness with a comfortable fit. Here is a closer look at the Fear of God x Vans Vault collection. The Fear of God x was released for sale to the public on November 17, 2017, and since then has made a tremendous impact on people of all ages who enjoy a comfortable shoe that allows for natural feeling movement without restriction. These are the models, some of which are selling far beyond their suggested retail price because of the great demand and low supplies.

Vans Slip on 47 V DX – Price: $100

Part of the distinction of the Slip on 47 V DX is the youthful styling. It’s made to be comfortable and convenient. The 47 V DX features a combination of both suede and canvas uppers. The suede is durable material that gives the shoe its strength and ability to hold up under frequent and intense activity. Canvas is a breathable fabric that allows for increased ventilation inviting good air flow around the foot to prevent overheating discomfort and sweating for a more comfortable experience. The glossy sidewalls of this shoe add a youthful and playful aesthetic that gives them an attractive look. What could be considered a simple design with minimalist styling is taken up a few notches with the “fear of God” detail placed on the strap in metal that makes a statement of strength and boldness. A drop in sockliner adds to the comfort factor, all things culminating together for a unique and fashionable approach to comfort which is a signature feature of the brand. A quick glance through online vendor sites shows that the 47 V DX is being sold for up to seven times its suggested retail price with offers for the model being made from $300 to an extreme of $700 per pair. The slip-on comes in three colorways including bold red, black and white.

Vans Era 95 DX – Price: Up to $790

The low profile Era 95 DX is offered in several prints and non-print combinations of red, black and white. The demand for this model has risen to unbelievable heights as it frequently appears on bidding sites, going to the highest bidder. The shoe is made of corduroy, canvas and suede materials for the uppers which give them an amazing contrast. The styling separates the colors for a unique aesthetic. The glossy sidewall is a youthful touch and the addition of the “F.O.G.” label stitched under the tongue adds branding distinction. This model laces up for an adjustable and secure fit.

Vans x F.O.G. Mountain Edition 35 DX – Price: $180

The Mountain Edition 35 DX is the high top version in this collection of shoes that are destined to become classics. Prices for this model begin at $180 on the low end and go up from there. As a part of the hot-selling F.O.G. collection, the popularity of this shoe has exceeded expectations and it’s only been out for a year. The importance of the Mountain Edition 35 DX in the Fear of God lineup is that it provides not only a laced version but also a high top for those who prefer the advanced ankle support over the low profile versions. You’ll make a statement just by walking into public with these high profile shoes that are selling for beyond the suggested retail price.

Final thoughts

The activity is high and all three models within the Fear of God Vaulted collection are flying off the shelves. With the holidays coming up soon if you want to get your Vans Fear Of God shoes you’d better do it soon because it’s expected that the frenzy that’s been going on for the better part of a year now is only going to intensify.



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