John Mayer designs Bob Saget sweatshirt for charity

John Mayer is honoring his late friend Bob Saget with fashion.

The singer, 44, has collaborated with visual artist J. Dean and illustrator Maggie Enterrios on a sweatshirt printed with Saget’s name and framed with blue roses.

The design celebrating the life of the “Full House” actor — who died at age 65 on January 9 — is now available to purchase for $54.99, with all proceeds benefitting one of Saget’s favorite charities.

“Bob Saget worked tirelessly to raise awareness and money for the Scleroderma Research Foundation, a cause that was so close to his heart,” Mayer wrote on Instagram Tuesday.

The musician added that he hopes the hoodie will help “keep both his memory and the enduring fight for a cure alive.”

With the design, Mayer is hoping to “keep both [Saget’s] memory and the enduring fight for a cure alive.”johnmayer/Instagram

“Purchased! What a great idea,” commented Mayer’s BFF, Andy Cohen. Comedian Jeff Ross added that he was buying “a bunch,” while Josh Groban wrote, “Bought!! Such a great thing to do.”

Saget passed away unexpectedly in his Ritz-Carlton hotel room in Florida in the midst of his stand-up comedy tour.

Coincidentally, he and Mayer met around 2003, when the comedian asked the “Gravity” crooner to perform at a benefit for the Scleroderma Research Foundation. Saget has worked closely with the charity since losing his older sister, Gay, to scleroderma in 1994.

Mayer paid tribute to his friend on social media following Saget’s death, writing, “I love you, Bob. I will never forget you. I will visit you often in my memories, and I hope I get to see you in my dreams. I will tell my kids about you. I’m taking you with me forever. I love you, Bob.”