UPDATE: Jerry Lorenzo Confirms a Fear of God x Nike Collaboration Is in the Works for 2018

“No more Vans. Swoosh for ’18.“

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UPDATED [December 30, 2017]: In a recent Instagram post, Jerry Lorenzo announces he can neither confirm or deny the forthcoming partnership with the Swoosh brand. Take a look below and let us know your thoughts.


One of the most noteworthy sneaker drops to emerge in 2017 no doubt came from the collaborative effort between Vans and Fear of God. However, Jerry Lorenzo already appears to be moving on from the heritage skate brand and over to team Swoosh with an upcoming project alongside Nike. Rumors of a potential pairing that quickly circulated earlier in the year were all but squashed when Lorenzo, himself, confirmed the news via Instagram.

Although specifics still have yet to be confirmed, we can only assume that Fear of God will try its hand at reworking some famed Nike classics. Let us know what you think of the breaking news and which models you would like to see targeted?

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