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innoVAShaun

Hall of Fame
My favorite sleeveless collection: Summer (Paris) 2008 and the 2008 Olympic sleeveless from the Fall. A shame the logo smeared.

 
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J011yroger

Talk Tennis Guru
Next to the Vapors in the "Post Pictures of your Tennis shoes" i also collect caps, jackets and outfits of Federer:





I also have a lot of "regular" Nike tennis clothing but i dont have the closet space (yet) for it :-D
Most of mine are in giant plastic tubs. Worked on putting walk in closet space in the attic over the lockdown, about half finished.

J
 

kimguroo

Legend
some of the heat-transferred Nike Swoosh logos aren't surviving.
Some of old nike swoosh materials are disaster.
if it cracks itself, it's easy fix but some logos bleeding like melting paint. impossible to remove except one method so far.
also when logos become sticky, I put another layer of heat transfer logo so it prevents bleeding.
many people asked me to redone logos and did make new life for them hahaha
 

innoVAShaun

Hall of Fame
Some of old nike swoosh materials are disaster.
if it cracks itself, it's easy fix but some logos bleeding like melting paint. impossible to remove except one method so far.
also when logos become sticky, I put another layer of heat transfer logo so it prevents bleeding.
many people asked me to redone logos and did make new life for them hahaha
What is the one method?
 

J011yroger

Talk Tennis Guru
Some of old nike swoosh materials are disaster.
if it cracks itself, it's easy fix but some logos bleeding like melting paint. impossible to remove except one method so far.
also when logos become sticky, I put another layer of heat transfer logo so it prevents bleeding.
many people asked me to redone logos and did make new life for them hahaha
Yea, when they smudge I throw out the shirt.

J
 

kimguroo

Legend
What is the one method?
Hand soap.
Not sure any soap can work well but I have one soap which worked well. Not even sure which brand it was. Probably it might be one of soap from hotel hahaha.
I have not tried yet for removing stain from logos but there is expensive South American brand laundry soap which is $4 for just one soap but it was very nice product to remove dirt or stain from clothes.

Yea, when they smudge I throw out the shirt.

J
Don’t throw out those.
It will be time consuming work but You can save it
Prevent the issue, as soon as you feel sticking logos, just put extra layer of heat transfer logo to save apparels.
 
Here's most of my ND collection:


Have a bunch of unopened stuff (mostly from 2020). Working on getting bigger tennis dedicated wardrobe.
Are you opening a Djokovic museum?

:D

OK, OK, berry berry nice, although it needs a bit of work, and strangely enough, it looks like you are buying really predominantly especially from the Djokovic collection, rather than from the brands collections. You know, he isn't always wearing their best designs, no?

I don't remember seeing the red wristbands for sale, maybe I missed them.

 

N01E

Hall of Fame
Are you opening a Djokovic museum?

:D

OK, OK, berry berry nice, although it needs a bit of work, and strangely enough, it looks like you are buying really predominantly especially from the Djokovic collection, rather than from the brands collections. You know, he isn't always wearing their best designs, no?

I don't remember seeing the red wristbands for sale, maybe I missed them.

Well, the competition is bery tough, no?


I also have some NK and RF uniqlo and "regular" lacoste sport apparel (+other stuff from ST, adidas, nike, asics etc.), but I rarely prefer non-ND stuff. Red wristbands are PE.
 

J011yroger

Talk Tennis Guru
Hand soap.
Not sure any soap can work well but I have one soap which worked well. Not even sure which brand it was. Probably it might be one of soap from hotel hahaha.
I have not tried yet for removing stain from logos but there is expensive South American brand laundry soap which is $4 for just one soap but it was very nice product to remove dirt or stain from clothes.


Don’t throw out those.
It will be time consuming work but You can save it
Prevent the issue, as soon as you feel sticking logos, just put extra layer of heat transfer logo to save apparels.
I don't know how to put a heat transfer.

J
 

mpournaras

Hall of Fame
Well, the competition is bery tough, no?


I also have some NK and RF uniqlo and "regular" lacoste sport apparel (+other stuff from ST, adidas, nike, asics etc.), but I rarely prefer non-ND stuff. Red wristbands are PE.
that is so damn creepy looking
 

mpournaras

Hall of Fame
Well, the competition is bery tough, no?


I also have some NK and RF uniqlo and "regular" lacoste sport apparel (+other stuff from ST, adidas, nike, asics etc.), but I rarely prefer non-ND stuff. Red wristbands are PE.
Its a Djokovic clothing auction at a soviet-era karaoke room/strip club
 

D-Lite

Professional
Newest addition to the collection. Great deal on this one NWT, although it's not in pristine condition. It doesn't seem like a stain, but there's an oval shaped mark on the collar that I'm going to try and clean. Can't complain too much though. I wanted this one when it came out, but for whatever reason I didn't buy it ( I had the matching yellow bandana though). Sorry for large image

This is so nice
 

innoVAShaun

Hall of Fame
Just curious: do you ever wear your stuff? All your pictures are of what looks like brand new items. Considering that they are not from the same quarter, do you collect them for a year before taking pictures of them and then wear them?

:cool:
I would wear all my tennis clothes. Years ago, I used to play everyday whether it was for a pickup game, league or a tournament. But between all my military moves and having kids, I only had chances to play every once in a while.

The clothes with tags are only from the 2010. I was actually stationed in Italy at that time and the Nike tennis sleevelesses were only available in Europe. I would buy them when I see them in the stores. Then two more moves later, storage bin after storage bin, my tennis clothes eventually all got lost in the mix.

Fast forward to today and we're spending time still trying to purge all the closets in the house and finish emptying bins and boxes. My wife had an easier time getting rid of most of her tennis wardrobe. I am still going through bins like these:

 
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