Shirt to Match Jordan Fear 3

by Ray Figgs

shirt to match jordan fear 3Shirt to match Jordan Fear 3. “I’m scared of what I’ve become!” Brand new for Fall 2013, we have the 8&9 Classic Scream Masterpiece sublimated tee. This shirt to match Jordan Fear 3 is Part 2 of our Masterpiece Collection. The Scream is an homage to expressionist artist Edvard Munch. It was only right we gave it a sneakerhead colorway to make sure you set off your fit this fall.  This time we’ve taken the piece out of it’s frame with an full front sublimation.  Contrast neck and sleeves accent the art. New lux tee by your favorite streetwear brand,  8&9 = the infinite perfection of ideas. Only the masterminds of 8&9 could come up with this fire! All of our Masterpiece Collection tees are limited release and will not restock so please make sure you grab this now by clicking here. shirt to match jordan fear 3 shirt to match jordan fear 3 shirt to match jordan fear 3


Classic Bones Black/White T Shirt (model is wearing medium)This is another dope shirt to match Jordan Fear 3. This is our take on the classic bones, with a little twist of that Eight & Nine life. You can’t go wrong with the black and white color scheme with your Jordan Fear 3s. This design features Clean front hit and small right sleeve. You already know what it is Simplicity reigns supreme. Click here to buy this shirt to match Jordan Fear 3.


Featuring the first three signatures that famed Nike designer Tinker Hatfield constructed for Jordan Brand, the pack takes the Air Jordan III, Air Jordan IV, and Air Jordan V and dresses them in some intimidating dark uppers in an homage to “Fear”. The only noticeable connection each shoe has to each other is the unique insole with the quote “I’m scared of what I won’t become, and you’re scared of what I could become” featured on each insole. via SN

Air Jordan III
Night Stadium/Total Orange-Black

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