Federer version of oreos vs Retail version

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  1. Mikey Fresh

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    I personally like the the blue fly wire much more than the black. with the black it stands out to much
     
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  2. drakulie

    drakulie Talk Tennis Guru

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    Other than the "RF" missing on the retail, they are the exact same shoes he wore earlier this year at Indian Wells.

    He sported the "blue" ones a few weeks ago.
     
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  3. Nadal&Nike10

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    I agree 1 billion %, dont get me wrong the oreo is an awesome shoe but feds cinci shoe with the blue fly wire was the slickest looking shoe i have seen
     
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    I agree! The oreo is awesome indeed (i have them myself), but the cincinatti shoe is definitely the very sickest.
     
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  5. JoelDali

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    I love my Oreos .... :)

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    are there any other differences in my version, other than the RF and the white lower fit frame?
     
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  7. vinnier6

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    I can assure you that federer's shoe has other things different then just the RF on the shoe....His shoe is custom made....

    there are some pros wearing off the shelf shoes, but fed is not one of them....
     
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  8. drakulie

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    ^^I understand that. Just pointing out the obvious.
     
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