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Wes Welker 2009 Patriots Autographed/Inscribed Game Worn Used London England Cleats & Gloves

 These are the game cleats and gloves that were worn by Wes Welker in 2009 when the New England Patriots beat the Tampa Bay Bucs 35-7 in London England. These cleats and gloves show a ton of use seeing that Wes had 10 receptions with 107 yards and a touchdown that day. All four pieces have a lot of field paint on them as well as Wes' autograph and inscription. Both cleats and both gloves have "In London, England vs. Tampa Bay '09 Wes Welker 83" These make a very nice set and display for any Wes or Patriot fan!  These are the exact cleats and gloves used by Wes as he avoids the tackle in the picture. Put this set of four in your Superstar/Patriots display now.

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100% Authentic Team, Photo Style Match

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