Jerry Lorenzo Confirms Fear Of God x Nike Collab For 2018

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Move over Vans, Fear Of God is collaborating with Nike in 2018.

Jerry Lorenzo & his Fear Of God clothing line are coming off the release of an exclusive sneaker drop with Vans this Holiday season, which was one the hottest shoe to cop. When a fan recently asked if the shoes were going to get restocked, Jerry sent shockwaves throughout the sneaker world by saying that his partnership with Vans is over and that he’s joined team swish, aka Nike, for 2018.

Rumors of this possible collab between Nike & FoG started circulating online back in September, but were finally confirmed Thursday by Jerry himself on Instagram.

“No more Vans. Swoosh for ’18,” Jerry responded to a fan asking if the Vans collab was getting restocked.

Based off Fear Of God’s popularity & influence, their forthcoming Nike collab will easily be one of the hottest (& hardest) shoes to get in 2018. Unfortunately there’s no word yet as for what shoe F.o.G will be collaborating with, but rumors back in September suggested the Nike Air Presto would be it, although we’ll have to just wait and see for now.

Check out the IG post (below) and keep it locked as we’ll continue to update you with further information as it becomes available. In the meantime, check out some other fire & expensive merch that Fear Of God has to offer right here.


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Jerry Lorenzo Confirms Fear Of God x Nike Collab For 2018
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