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A Pair of Roger Federer Game-Used Custom Nike Sweatbands. 2015 Indian Wells. (Includes Signed Promo Card).

A Pair of Roger Federer Game-Used Custom Nike Wristbands from the 2015 BNP Paribas Indian Wells Tournament.  The sweatbands are accompanied by an official signed promo card from Roger's foundation.  The sweatbands were a part of Roger's original equipment during Indian Wells, and worn during matchplay.  Upon close inspection, you will come to find the following signs of use throughout this item:  some very minor marks exist.  no significant markings or damage exist.  normal age/wear for an item of this style.  

Please take a moment to review the authentication notes provided, as well as the provided photographs.

1.  Nike swoosh embroidered to front in black.

2.  White with orange trim.  Orange fabric continues to interior of wristbands.

3.  Made of a soft terry-cloth like fabric.

A superb Federer example from the 2015 Indian Wells Tournament.



100% Authentic Team, Photo Style Match

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