Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Babolast, May 22, 2010.
Got this one from the Nike Store. It is called Football Blue:
Feds colour for USO 10.
did nike release those shoes hes wearing? cuz they dont have the orangeish accents on it
What is the color code? 401???
There are so many hats in blue colors.
The FeatherLight color code for Football Blue is 444.
Could this be the boy's version of Rafa's US open crew?
Yea looks like it.
Here are live pics of some of the fall range, again this stuff is not for me, I am passing it onto someone else. Please give your opinions.
The yellow top and the black top are not tennis, they are Nike pro compression tops, Brazil specials.
And one more.
Federers shorts that will go with his perfect pink polo.
More pics will be on the way soon of a white conquer sleeveless, photo blue conquer crew and the black/lime bull crew.
Awesome pics man. Really like that grey polo.
And here is some more stuff.
The odd one out is Nadals 08 french open top.
Black and hot lime bull crew, altho the bull logo does not look so lime in the picture, this is just because of my camera.
Photo blue conquer crew
And another one.
White conquer crew. This was actually meant to be the white conquer sleeveless, but was sent the wrong one. So will be getting the white conquer sleeveless and posting pics when it arrives.
Where is this picture from? Thanks
I will send an email to you
I'm getting that sleeveless for sure and the Nadal bull shirt in black is really nice.
^^^ that's been posted already. I'm still getting it though....
Just wanted to share this outfit
anybody know what shoe isner is wearing now , why is the colorway not released it is different from the one rafa wears
This stuff Nike is putting out really bites.
Isner is wearing 2.3s:
I don't see a difference in colors:
There is no pink in Isner's 2.3...
Nadal has the Nike logo insead of the court. General Nike move, releasing a product impossible for consumers to attain.
i'm not sure how long they've been up, but the white 2.3s are now for sale on tw.
Exactly. Half of the wristbands and bandanas the players wear are never for sale to the public. Even limited runs available online to the public would be nice. Will Rafa's white/light wild mango wristbands and bandana ever be released to the public? Doubt it.
Cant wait to get this shirt!
Here you go
doesnt anyone think $65 for a shirt is a bit much?
Of course not! #sarc
thanks for pointing that out
More stuff trickling in today...
what about this one
Sweet, the US Open stuff is a must have this year.
I bet for a Limited Edition LunarLite Vapor for the day outfit.
Is that where the RF is gonna be? From button to sleeve now chest. Nike designers can't make up their minds eh?
also: if i (company) give a pro $$$ to wear a gear , i do it for making much more $$$$ selling this item to public.
Then what's the meaning in not releasing them ?
some people at marketing must be idiot...
^^ very true...
Some of the new stuff I got. The RF Wimbledon jacket is definately the nicest looking and fitting jacket of him so far. Immediately fell in love with it.
The blue bull shirt got a pink swoosh on one sleeve, badass.
Lovin that Black/Green Nadal shirt
Maybe the pros like to occasionally have stuff no one else gets? They do have pretty big egos - couldn't make it to the top - and stay there - without one.
Which is worse? That some things are never made available? Or that some are made in extremely limited runs and the prices are astronomical? (think Fed's USO gear last yr)
Don't get me wrong - it bums me at times too. You'll see stuff that is only sold in EU or Asia that you'd love to get.
apparently rafa's us open wristbands
Please tell the web where you take these pics.
could you please unfold the clothes , i want to see how the fit of the rafa shirt compares to the rf shirt
As promised here is the white conquer sleeveless.
Well just right click over the image and click properties, then in the small window that will appear look for the address.
Thanks! HAHAHAH I'm a noob, I'm so sorry.
no worries mate
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