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Under Armour files for trademarks on Jordan Spieth logo
What do Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, Cristiano Ronaldo and other leading sports’ stars have in common? They all have their own logo, often adorned on the side of a boot or etched across a shirt sleeve. And now it looks as though Jordan Spieth will be getting his very own personal symbol, too.
According to a report from ESPN’s Darren Royell, Under Armour has filed for three trademarks to use Spieth’s logo on its Spieth-branded apparel from next year. As of yet the clothing which Spieth specifically wears on the golf course has not been released to the public, but this seems to indicate a step towards that happening sometime next year.
The logo (pictured) forms Spieth’s initials with two “J”s making the “S” in the white space.
The same ESPN report also reveals new details about the deal Spieth signed with Under Armour in January after he tore up the remaining two years still left of his contract. Rovell’s report says that Spieth will receive royalties from sales of his gear once it has been released next year.
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