A tracksuit made for Robert Plant on Led Zeppelin’s 1977 tour sold for $7,000 at auction

(Heritage Auctions)

A tracksuit made for Robert Plant on Led Zeppelin’s 1977 US tour sold for $7,000 in an auction on April 15.

Bidding on the item opened at $1,000. The tracksuit was part of a collection of custom-made clothing made for the band and crew to wear on Led Zeppelin’s 1977 tour.

Here’s the description from the Heritage Auctions website:

Led Zeppelin – Robert Plant 1977 North American Tour Tracksuit (1977). Robert Plant’s name is stitched on the right breast of the jacket. On the left breast is a Jerry Weintraub Concerts West 3 circle patch. The jacket has a zipper front with red, white and blue piping and trim. The pants have an elastic waistband with a drawstring and matching piping/trim. The jacket has a label that reads: “ALADEN/ATHLETIC WEAR CORP./POMPTON LAKES, NJ”. Measures 21″ armpit to armpit and is 26″ in length. Size LG. Pants are also size LG. In Fine condition, with a few small spots of staining.

Here’s the front of the tracksuit:

(Heritage Auctions)

Here’s the rear of the tracksuit:

(Heritage Auctions)

And here’s a closeup of the label:

(Heritage Auctions)

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1 Comment on "A tracksuit made for Robert Plant on Led Zeppelin’s 1977 tour sold for $7,000 at auction"

  1. Well did he ever wear it?

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