Andre Agassi has an aggressive playing style and the fashion sense to match. With everything from his dyed mullet and neon Nike apparel to his outspoken personality, he's responsible for bringing excitement back to professional tennis in the 90's.
- Cosmos Light Green Sweatband $5
- Dirty Blonde Super Mullet Wig $14
- Nike Challenge Court Tennis Polo Shirt $110
- Nike Park Knit Shorts in Black $28
- Forza Compression Shorts in Neon Green $28
- Wilson Energy Extra Large Tennis Racquet $29
- Nike Vapor Elite Football Crew Socks in Black and Volt $18
- Nike Air Tech Challenge Tennis Sneakers $49
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March 30, 2013 by Tom
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