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Ray Lewis Game Used Under Armour Cleats Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals 11/8/09 Ray Lewis Foundation COA

 Ray Lewis is one of the greatest defensive players in NFL history. During his 17 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, Ray has been a 13x Pro-Bowler, Super Bowl champion and a huge intimidating force. Up for auction are authentic game worn Under Armour cleats worn by the future Hall of Famer Ray Lewis from November 18th, 2009 when the Baltimore Ravens played the Cincinnati Bengals. The cleats show great game use, and you can see the exact photo match in the picture above. The scuff marks on the left shoe display this, and are an exact match. Game worn items of the future Hall of Fame linebacker are always tough to come by, and these would be a great addition to any collection. Comes with a COA from the Ray Lewis Foundation. Good luck bidding!


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