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The merch for Justin Bieber's new tour is here and it's actually pretty slick

Apology accepted, Justin. Apology well and truly accepted.

Justin Bieber has launched the first line of merch from his worldwide Purpose tour, and it's amaaazing. Pulling inspiration from the worlds of heavy metal and hardcore music, as well as skateboarding, Biebs recruited Jerry Lorenzo, of so-hot-right-now brand Fear of God, to design the collection. Lorenzo recently told website VFILES in an interview that the designs are a "perfect marriage of Kurt Cobain and Allen Iverson". 

Scroll down to see what's on offer and know that everything is available from here, so go get some before we buy ten of everything everything sells out in seconds.

 

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