crokin wrote:Wow...sounds like it is better to get a T-shirt, save, then buy a jersey rather than get a cheap one.
demondg1 wrote:Chinese Counterfeits: Shoddy quality aside, I'd never give money to those criminals.
Reebok Premier Replicas: Horrible quality and fit and usually sold with the screen printed name and numbers; no thank you.
Reebo CCM-cut Replicas: Vastly superior to the Premier Replicas, but only available in Vintage and Winter Classic jerseys.
Reebok EDGE Authentic: I own a couple and they are far superior to the current replica jerseys. But unreasonably expensive.
From what I hear the new "Authentics" sold to the public are not even close to what is worn on the ice. Indo-EDGE's, made in Indonesia, not Canada as they always have been. Therefore I am currently on a quest to get a game issued jersey, Dana Hienze patch and all.
PghSkins wrote:Cool, need my Chinese Maklin and Corsby jerseys!
Seriously, quality and cheap are generally mutually exclusive when it comes to jerseys. Overwhelmingly you get what you pay for. So, buyer beware.
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