Boston Red Sox Game Used St. Patrick's Day Uniform Wallet
- This wallet features an MLB Authenticated Game Used Boston Red Sox Uniform as the entire billfold divider.
- This uniform was used in the annual 2006 St. Patrick's Day spring training game vs. Florida Marlins.
- According to Red Sox lore, it's believed the tradition of the Red Sox wearing green began in 1990 in Winter Haven, Fla., when Roger Clemens purchased green caps and stirrups for the team.
- Each divider is hand-cut and selected to feature the iconic green and at least 1 other color of the uniform. Right off the field with varying amounts of wear.
- Wallet is top quality black goat leather and measures 4-1/4" x 3-3/8" when closed. Mesh ID pocket and five card slots inside. "Red Sox" is debossed on the front.
- Officially licensed by Major League Baseball, each wallet includes a tamper-evident hologram sticker on the uniform piece to ensure authenticity. Learn more about the uniform's game history at mlb.com/authentication
- Gift-boxed with an authentication instruction card.
These are anything but uniform. Not only do they keep fives separate from tens, they let you subtly show your team spirit everywhere you go.
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