nike fashion: looking towards the U.S. Open

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With barely a break in between the grass and hardcourt seasons (the grass at Wimbledon hasn’t even grown back yet!) we turn to what fashion is in store for us this summer.

Nike has positioned itself for the months leading up to the U.S. Open by designing a fall ’07 Heritage Collection inspired by their men’s fashion darling, Roger Federer.

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The Federer crest has changed from the lion to Lady Liberty. The three crowns (symbolizing his three Open titles) stay the same.

At Flushing Meadows, the site of the U.S. Open, Federer’s kit will likely include the Argon (royal blue) polo pictured above or something in a similar style. The Heritage collection also includes a track jacket in Obsidian (navy blue), a return of the reversible plaid shorts but with in Argon instead of Obsidian, and a cool Lady Liberty/Federer/NYC t-shirt. See it up close here.

Buy: As usual, goods available at TW.

What do you think of the collection? Tell us.

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3 Responses to “nike fashion: looking towards the U.S. Open”

  1. butter Says:

    very cool and preppy-ish! ;-)

  2. ben buhl Says:

    i’m late in seeing it but the colection is very nice. don’t like the dark blue jacket so much. the rest is A#1 !

  3. jacob Says:

    i want to b distributor of your products in west Africa,please tell me what it entails?

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