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#21 SS-SS

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Posted 08 July 2010 - 06:38 AM

Because stores don't care enough about hockey to stock more than the top tier players on the Devils, Rangers, and Isles. If you go to the Devils Den in Newark, there'll be a much wider variety of player shirts to choose from. And thanks for the chart, mmajeski!


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Posted 08 July 2010 - 02:05 PM

I'm still confused. Btw Replicas, premier Pro and Authentics. Maybe someone can shed some light on that for me.
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Posted 08 July 2010 - 02:29 PM

I'm still confused. Btw Replicas, premier Pro and Authentics. Maybe someone can shed some light on that for me.


From IceJerseys:

Rbk Edge Authentic Pro

Introduced during the 2007-08 season, the EDGE Authentic Jersey is the actual jersey worn on-ice by all NHL players. This technical jersey features a four-way stretch core body material with BeadAway™, a water repellent treatment. Four-way Stretch Mesh provides a balance of ventilation and range of motion in the underarm and back regions (where applicable). Highly durable BeadAway™ treated X-trafil fabric provides additional reinforcement in shoulder and elbow areas. Neck collar features PlayDry performance Lycratalic (with polyester ribknit when applicable). Team front and shoulder crests (where applicable) feature a combination of direct stitched embroidery and twill appliqué. All crests are directly sewn to the jersey. An authentic tie down fight strap is attached inside the lower back of the jersey. The Reebok vector logo is embroidered on the back of the neck and sleeve and the NHL shield patch is sewn on the bottom of the front collar fabric insert. Includes Rbk/NHL Center Ice Authentic Woven neck label and Rbk/NHL Center Ice jock tag with numeric sizing is applied to the lower left of the bottom of the jersey.

Key Features:

- 250g/m2 double knit polyester/spandex four-way stretch pique core body
- 250g/m2 double knit polyester/spandex four-way stretch mesh
- 237g/m2 double knit polyester four-way stretch X-trafil shoulders and elbows
- 325g/m2 Lycratalic double knit/spandex four-way stretch neck collar

Rbk Premier Replica

Introduced during the 2007-08 season, the Premier Replica Jersey is engineered and constructed to duplicate the look of on-ice team designs. Front body consists of a comfortable polyester two-way stretch pique. Solid mesh inserts provide ventilation in underarm and back regions (where applicable). Performance polyester engineered interlock or striped knit collar, with NHL shield logo patch sewn to bottom of front collar fabric insert. Front chest crest features a combination of direct stitched embroidery and twill appliqué. Shoulder crests (where applicable) feature single layer screen printed tackle twill sewn directly to the jersey.

Additional Features:

- 175g/m2 polyester pique two-way stretch core body
- Polyester interlock detailed trim
- Reebok vector logo embroidered patch on back neck & left sleeve
- Rbk/NHL Official Licensed neck label
- Rbk/NHL jock tag with alpha sizing sewn to bottom left front of jersey

CCM Classic/550 Replica

This semi-pro 550 series replica jersey manufactured by CCM® is the classic cut replica of the jersey last worn during the 2006-2007 season. Chest and shoulder crests (where applicable) feature a combination of embroidery and appliqué tackle twill. Other features include:
- Patented AIR-KNIT® 100% polyester (mid-weight version)
- Double shoulders with reinforced stitching on shoulders and armholes
- CCM®/NHL™ neck label
- CCM® embroidered patch on back neck & left sleeve


Basically Replica refers to anything that isn't engineered to the exact specifications as the jersey worn on the ice by the players.

Authentic: Exactly what the pros wear

Reebok Premier: Looks like the real deal, but no reinforced stitching, everything is heat pressed on and not sewn (unless you do the customization from other stores, where the letters and numbers will be stitched). There is jock tag on the front with size information. The front logo is not stitched on, but pressed on.

CCM Replica: Looks like the authentic CCMs, everything is stitched on, the material is just lighter than the real deal. CCM had the best replicas.

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Posted 08 July 2010 - 03:54 PM

I didn't see an official thread for all discussion about jerseys, so I thought I would make one. This could be a good place to show off your jerseys, as well as provide information for those who are shopping for one now. If you are on ebay and have doubts whether a jersey is legit or not, post it here so we can take a look.




awesome topic and research

we will look to put this someplace permanently
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Posted 08 July 2010 - 05:10 PM

awesome topic and research

we will look to put this someplace permanently


Matt,

I'm not sure that here is the best place being "marketplace" is arguably the least viewed section of the site. A group of collectors started a jersey thread over a year ago (and abandoned it due to personal differences/unforseen circumstances among it's participants) and there were very few viewers being it was in marketplace. It was a shame.

I suggest leaving this pinned in Hell (for more exposure) even if it doesn't "fit" the section as hockey related topics do.

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Posted 08 July 2010 - 05:30 PM

Yeah, I would go with Pinning it in Hell as well, as I check the marketplace every once in awhile, but check the main section every day.

But whatever works for you, is good for me as well. :cheers:
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Posted 10 July 2010 - 02:12 AM

From IceJerseys:



Basically Replica refers to anything that isn't engineered to the exact specifications as the jersey worn on the ice by the players.

Authentic: Exactly what the pros wear

Reebok Premier: Looks like the real deal, but no reinforced stitching, everything is heat pressed on and not sewn (unless you do the customization from other stores, where the letters and numbers will be stitched). There is jock tag on the front with size information. The front logo is not stitched on, but pressed on.

CCM Replica: Looks like the authentic CCMs, everything is stitched on, the material is just lighter than the real deal. CCM had the best replicas.


Thank you. You helped a lot. :cheers:
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Posted 11 July 2010 - 02:30 PM

So my 20 West order from ebay got canceled since after I won the store contacted me telling me they no longer have the Red CCM jerseys in stock. I got a refund pretty quick. Just won another CCM Red Brodeur for $60 so I ended up saving 50 bucks. I'll post pictures when it arrives.
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Posted 14 July 2010 - 08:14 AM

Is there anything I can read regarding fake baseball jerseys? I buy those as well and would love a primer on them like the Hockey jersey one.

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Posted 14 July 2010 - 01:15 PM

Is there anything I can read regarding fake baseball jerseys? I buy those as well and would love a primer on them like the Hockey jersey one.

Mike



I tend to see less fake jerseys from other sports. I think that is mostly due from the fact that they are cheaper and tend to be more basic and uniform, while hockey jersey designs can be a little nuts.
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Posted 14 July 2010 - 02:56 PM

Yeah, I kinda figured that. I was reading the article on the hockey fakes and read a line where if there is brown paper on the inside, behind the lettering or emblem then it's a fake. My buddy just got a Mauer Twins home jersey and I remember him complaining about the brown papering. I dont have the heart to tell him it's a fake cause he likes it so much and was bragging about spending only 75.00. It does look good though. I was gonna order a Sanchez Jets jersey from the guy until I read that line from the article.

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Posted 14 July 2010 - 06:54 PM

Finally got my Elias Vintage Xmas tree jersey, all they way in Australia :)

We have hockey nights here during the hockey season, so will have to get some photos when the season starts up when im rocking it :)

so my jersey collection is now up to 4:
Red CCM Plain
Red Reebok Replica Parise (No (A) - got it in 08-09)
White Reebok Replica Brodeur
Vintage CCM Elias

I want one more jersey, this time an Edge Authentic (want to have atleast one in my collection). Just gotta decide a player at some stage.
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Posted 15 July 2010 - 10:07 AM

damo, How popular is hockey in Australia? Is it hard to see games?

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 09:32 PM

Just took advantage of this:

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Got a throwback Daneyko fully customized for $150.

Also my Brodeur jersey from ebay arrived today...totally happy with it. Great deal for $50.

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 11:59 PM

Check this site out

http://www.tarajerse....asp?typeid=343

Check out the lettering on the Brodeur throwback. Looks a bit crooked to me. Being a jersey novice,just how bad are these knock offs?

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 09:12 AM

damo, How popular is hockey in Australia? Is it hard to see games?

Mike


i got a subscription to NHL Gamecenter, so i see every game live. Great way to see it. Im a mature age student now, so having mornings off to watch the Devils is bliss :)

the hockey nights we have in a particular bar is very popular, with 50+ people in attendance every night we do it - once every 3 to 4 weeks, showing 2 games in a night.

we have our own Australian league, but frankly, its just not the quality that the NHL is - but since its during the NHL off season, any hockey is good hockey.
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Posted 18 July 2010 - 12:10 AM

Check this site out

http://www.tarajerse....asp?typeid=343

Check out the lettering on the Brodeur throwback. Looks a bit crooked to me. Being a jersey novice,just how bad are these knock offs?

Mike

The font isn't even correct, those 3's are gut-wrenching.
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Posted 18 July 2010 - 07:54 PM

Now this is a very odd jersey . I wonder if the jersey nazi agrees with this one :evil:
http://cgi.ebay.com/...93#ht_500wt_928
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Posted 19 July 2010 - 08:46 AM

Now this is a very odd jersey . I wonder if the jersey nazi agrees with this one :evil:
http://cgi.ebay.com/...93#ht_500wt_928



Looks dumb. Might as well buy a devils jersey.
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Posted 19 July 2010 - 01:35 PM

How do the replica Kohos stack up against the replica CCMs?
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