Hey guys. Need some help on the Authenticity of a jersey
Posted 08 May 2010 - 12:08 AM
Know I haven't posted here much but I could really use some help. I'm looking at this jersey on ebay:
It goes along with a bet I'm having with one of my Pens fan friends. We bet that whatever team made it further in the playoffs, the other guy would have to suit up in the opposing teams gear for one full day.
After we come back against the Sharks, and the Pens choke to the Habs I would love to have him wearing a McCarty jersey. I've been looking around for a while and this one is perfect.
Just would love to know that it is authentic.
Posted 08 May 2010 - 07:12 AM
Posted 08 May 2010 - 07:25 AM
The lettering looks good, not the typical innaccurate China lettering. As far as the actual jersey its hard to tell since the authentic companies, RBK, Nike, CCM make many replica style blanks. Its odd as it has no embroidered stamp in the back, NHL or puck. Its hard to tell if its a pro or replica weight. If its a replica weight $200 is on the top end of pricing as pro weight jerseys usually sold for $260-$270.
For it to be totally accurate for 1998 it would have to have a NHL logo on the back right lower trim next to a Nike swoosh.
If you don't care who the player is you can find cheaper alternatives, see the link below.
"For the next 20 minutes, you will sit in silence while I tell you why the Detroit Red Wings are the greatest franchise in the history of professional sports. On September 25, 1926........--Dr. Perry Cox "My Chopped Liver" Scrubs
Posted 08 May 2010 - 03:00 PM
Posted 08 May 2010 - 03:52 PM
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or are you content to watch them suffer?
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