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Kerfuffle wrote:That's a bad Chinese knockoff. We have them proliferated in our building too - not ones with spelling errors - but lots of fakes jerseys. They are so easy to spot but most people wearing them I don't think know what they have. A lot of times the red color is darker. On others the font of the numbers is wrong or the shoulder logos are different.
dmiles2186 wrote:My Backes 3rd jersey is one of those cheap knockoffs. But I've checked it over, I'm sure there are some slight differences, but nothing on the surface. Nothing that I can tell, at least, without looking really close at it. From far away, it looks like a regular jersey. Normally I go for the real deal, but it was cheap and what's another jersey for the collection? I'm actually really happy with mine for what it is.
I just really wish the last 'real deal' jersey I got wasn't an EJ.
glen a richter wrote:I would like a Schwartz sweater but I can't really afford a real one, so I'll settle for a Schwarts knockoff.
glen a richter wrote:Maybe I'll buy myself an Ott sweater. Every time I get a new numbered uni, the guy I get ends up traded. I'll also buy a Berglund, a Roy and a LaPierre. In that kind of bulk, I have to keep it as cheap, yet quality, as I can.
cprice12 wrote:glen a richter wrote:Maybe I'll buy myself an Ott sweater. Every time I get a new numbered uni, the guy I get ends up traded. I'll also buy a Berglund, a Roy and a LaPierre. In that kind of bulk, I have to keep it as cheap, yet quality, as I can.
I was impartial about LaPierre during the season...but he's been good in the playoffs. And if not for his save behind Miller, this series would be over now.
Same with Ott. He's been better in the playoffs.
I'm with you on Berglund and Roy though.
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