Soundtracked by Bobby Womack’s “Across 110th Street,” the one-minute aesthetic finds a group of kids cruising down a country road. They are of course donning various Fear of God x Nike styles, ranging from Nike and NBA-branded sweats to the anticipated Nike Air Fear of God 180.
Jerry Lorenzo has yet to announce when Fear of God’s new Nike collection will launch, so as always, be sure to check back with us for further details.
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our idea of the destination can blind us from the immediate journey before us... there’s nothing in this life you can take with you. no trophies. no championships. you only get to take what you gave... you are measured by what you give along the way, not by what you have in the end... the prophecy remains true and our peace in God or Fear of God rests in knowing His ways are beyond our understanding... we are not called to understand or run fast, we are simply called to endure. Ecclesiastes 9:11... as @2chainz said “this aint no practice life” ...every day is 9.11... rest easy nip. your race was an example that transcended time... #themarathoncontinues