UNIQLO really missed big on selling Fed merchandise. I cannot buy or even find Fed stuff anywhere. If they are not gonna even market him why signing him for $300M?
It is not difficult to understand (even for them), but it is a thing they can blast Uniqlo/Federer for, and they are doing it for it.Because they signed him to promote their whole line of clothes, not just tennis things, which is a very small segment of their catalog. Thus, they are not fully interested in promoting every tennis outfit Federer wears.
I don't understand why this pretty simple concept is so difficult for Fed/Nike fans on this board to understand or accept - at least those always complaining about the distribution levels of Federer's tennis kits.
That's just weird, to be angry over something like that.It is not difficult to understand (even for them), but it is a thing they can blast Uniqlo/Federer for, and they are doing it for it.
You just need to look into the behaviour of some of them to know it: like the guy who cries that there is no Fed merchandise, that his local Uniqlo doesn't have "anything", that he doesn't like the colours and designs, that they don't have XXXL T-shirts for him to wear etc. It is a circus from the Nike fanboys that are angry that Federer left.