Roger Federer Signed Gear From The 2017 US Open
Roger Federer, the 2017 Australian Open and Wimbledon winner, has signed some of his gear from this month’s US Open, with proceeds going to his foundation. (None of those Fed/Jordan sneakers?) He did this earlier in the year for his AO and Wimbledon wins, too- and of course he signed a few Wilson frames.
Note- there’s just one of each of these. Once they’re gone, they’re gone…until the next Slam.
[UPDATE I: you snooze, you lose- the shoe and shirt are gone.)
[UPDATE II: Now they’ve added shorts and a wristband! Happy shopping. If they put up anything else, we’ll update this post.]
Roger Federer Autographed US Open 17 Short – Worn
These are signed by Roger and are priced to move- one pair, $500. COA included. Find it: TW/USA
Roger Federer Autographed US Open 17 Wristband
Apparently The Fed didn’t wear this one, but it came out of his gear bag, and it comes with a COA. One of these available at $200. Find it: TW/USA
Roger Federer Autographed US Open 17 Bandana
OK, this is…Fed On A Budget. Which I thought was not an attainable concept. Yet here we are, with one of his Nike headbands, sporting his signature. Comes with the COA for a mere $300. Find it: TW/USA
Roger Federer Autographed US Open 17 Shoe (Left) – Worn
This custom Nike Vapor 9.5 Flyknit shoe was autographed and worn by Roger Federer during the 2017 US Open. There’s no insole as he uses his own custom insole (which helps him walk on water) and removes them. A Certificate of Authenticity comes along with this shoe. For $1,750, you own it.
Find it: TW/USA
Roger Federer Autographed US Open 17 Crew Red – Worn
Most of us would be content just to touch the hem of his
robe shirt, to improve our backhand and whatnot. Well, here, you can have the actual shirt. Same cost as above, $1,750. He wore this one during US Open play. Certificate of authenticity included. Find it: TW/USA