Rickie Fowler auctioned off these two-of-a-kind Arnold Palmer shoes for $25,300
Fowler just raised a lot of money for charity with his special Puma kicks
Last week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Rickie Fowler wore these Arnold Palmer-themed high-top Puma spikes. This week, he auctioned a second pair off for $25,300 on eBay and donated all of the money to the Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation.
“The plan is the second pair of the shoes that were handmade, those are currently being auctioned off,” said Fowler last week. “I think there’s six days lefts on the auction right now. So those shoes are going out to the obviously, the highest bidder.
“Then the shoes that I’m wearing I’m hoping that I can keep the left shoe and take that home, I’ve got a little Arnie setup at the house and then I want to leave the right shoe here [in his office at Bay Hill] and hopefully next to the hat.”
Fowler autographed the pair that was auctioned off on eBay. It was a pretty awesome move to end a pretty great week at Bay Hill.
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