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ebay jerseys

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by P88F, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. P88F

    P88F BoltTalker

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  2. turbo_turtle

    turbo_turtle In Disguise

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    Have then email you pics of the exact jersey in the desciption not a wrong size copy that the item shows.

    Just my opinion: It is a rip off ready to happen.
     
  3. Electric Chair

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    I doubt it's a rip off, but there are sellers that have much more/better feedback than that seller.
     
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  4. turbo_turtle

    turbo_turtle In Disguise

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    The feedback is why I said Rip off and my minimum would no less than a 100% feedback rating to buy a Jersey.

    Just my opinion.
     
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  6. Shamrock

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    Here's my take on jerseys .....

    I don't give a crap if it's a "true" authentic or not. I'm never going to pay the $200 plus for a real jersey. IMO, damn near EVERY jersey on eBay is a "fake" unless it comes directly from the NFL or the original manufacturer. The jerseys from Asia are all fakes, it's just a matter of how close they come to "real" ....

    You get what you pay for. If you want a true authentic, then buy from the NFL or Chargers.com.

    I don't want to spill mustard on a $200 jersey. If I pay $50 or less for an eBay "authentic" then I'm not going to worry about a coffee stain, or a missed stitch, or ....

    But also consider the source of this .... I have cow crap on the bottom of my boots, and hay in my shirt pocket ... :D
     
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    matilack Take A Knee McCree!!!

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    WARNING: DONOT BUY AUTHENTIC JERSESYS, THEY SUCK!!!

    They are sooo freakin uncomfortable, and the number on the front is about 1/4 the size of the number on the back, it looks really wierd.

    I just bought a Rivers authentic for $35 and sold it the day I got it. Some sucker bought it for $100. LOL Stick with the replicas.
     
  9. underoath

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    chances are, if its from Asia...its fake :no:
     
  10. MadMike

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    I have bought 2 authentics off EBAY. One Powder Blue Gates and One Navy Blue Merriman for $50 shipped. They look 99% real. All the tags are correct, they use the NFL Reebok stitching. No way am I ever paying $250 for a true authentic. The only issue with these is that you have to live with the guilt that a 5 year old Malaysian kid made it for you for $.25\hour. I can live with that, can you?:icon_mrgreen:
     
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    I have both .... "fake" authentics and replicas. I also got a Rivers replica for $5 (+ $5 shipping) because it is missing the "17" on one sleeve. Great jersey for tailgate hot dog mustard spills !!!

    :bolt:
     
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    A kid could get rich there at that rate ! Honest, I don't think they make that much.
     
  13. BFISA

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    Jes take yer boots off beforeya come inta my house...my ol lady'll have the red *** ifya track **** on her carpets!!:icon_eek: :unsure:
     
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    With that kinda $$ in Malaysia, he's Da Man!!:icon_mrgreen:
     
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    Throughout the years, I bought 10 authentic jerseys from reebok.com and nflshop.com. So Im looking online and out of curiousity, I bought a jersey from Ebay. When I compared the two, the one from Ebay is fake. Ebay NFL merchandise= bootleg ****!:tdown:
     
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    But not too shabbyta spill hot dog mustard on!!:icon_mrgreen: :tup:
     
  17. Thumper

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    I just bought one of this guys Castillo jerseys. I'll report on it when I get it.
     

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