Fear of God Debuts Exclusive Shorts for MR PORTER

Referencing the Florida Marlins’ hometown.

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MR PORTER has unveiled an exclusive item from Fear of God‘s latest seasonal delivery.

Fear of God’s “1997” collection included a variety of baseball-referencing goods, from hats to satin jackets. After all, 1997 was the year that designer Jerry Lorenzo‘s father was a bench coach for the World Series-winning Florida Marlins. As a nod to the Marlins’ hometown of Miami, these exclusive cotton shorts feature an all-over palm tree print and detailing typical of FoG’s mainline offerings, like oversized drawstrings, RiRi zippers and mesh lining.

Shop the $825 USD shorts over on MR PORTER. Meanwhile, Lorenzo recently revealed that his footwear collaboration will be with Nike instead of Vans.

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