ALL BLOUSE TALK HERE - All The Cool Kids Call Jerseys Blouses - Part Nine

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  1. Lord Defect Secretary of Blowtorching

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    It looks more like a, I dunno, anything other than hockey jersey, than a hockey jersey. Even with the black sleeves.
     
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    These new "reverse-retro" jerseys are matched up with a rival so both teams can wear them against each other for the same game. Half the teams should have light jerseys and the other half dark jerseys. Only going to be used once or twice. Black jerseys still the normal alternate for now.
     
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    Let me take a stab at this..

    1- It's not authentic. At the time (mid 90's), Starter was one of the licensees of NHL jerseys. I think CCM and KOHO also fall into this category.
    2- It's a "replica" but the number and lettering is completely different from authentics (if you care about that sort of thing). Number 88 is difficult to tell, but LeClair and Renberg jerseys from Starter at the time has completely different number font compared to authentics. As it is, the Lindros lettering is way thinner than an authentic from that time. Also, the front crest on Starter jerseys are little more flexible and somewhat flimsier than say, a CCM or KOHO replicas from the same period.
    3- Price is WAY steep. I'd pass on it if I were you. Unless you are really jonesing for a Lindros jersey from mid-90's, pass until a better deal comes along. Lindros jerseys are really not that difficult to find.
     
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    This was a weird era for jerseys. The on ice authentics were Reebok but the replica jerseys that the majority of people bought were CCM. Reebok never made replicas until the Edge design in 2007
     
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    What are the best options in terms of framing jerseys?

    Probably getting myself a gameworn for Christmas and know some of you guys are pro level when it comes to hanging and framing them.

    A few different options would be nice as might be easier to get some vs others in Europe.
     
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    So... my recommendation would be to not get it framed in a professional manner where it is enclosed essentially forever.

    I put my jerseys in semi-cheap shadowboxes that I have bought over the years from A.C. Moore, which is an arts and crafts store here in the states. I would have to imagine that you guys have something similar over there. I just put a thumbtack in the backing and hang a hanger upside down on that to hold the jersey.

    Going the shadowbox way allows you to take out the jersey and switch it whenever you want.

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    In my office, I have a more official frames that I got from Fanatics, they're a little more expensive though. They open from the front.

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    Thanks!
     
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    Don’t you know some carpentry? Make one bum!
     
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    Haha. That would require time and effort. The first of which I am lacking and the second of which I spend too much on other stuff to have much left.

    I cant wait until I have a garden with a shed. Carpentry can then commence.

    Though I am bad at fine shit. Give me railway sleepers, a circular saw, a crap tonne of digging, 2ft of concrete and 12 inch screws and that is my speed! Haha.
     
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    Leak was right.



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    Ugh
     
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    If you were to get one, it’d kinda have to be his, right?
     
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    I guess there was a reason they did both:

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    And not that.

    The white cuffs look awful. There is a reason they kept the black cuffs when they went to a black jersey as well.
     
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    I need to see the white cuffs on the ice before I fully decide. That's the only thing I'm iffy on at this point. I think they might look great in-game.
     
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    They won't look as bad with black gloves on. It will cover half of the white and add some contrast.
     
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    That's my exact thought.
     
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    You guys each buy one, and when they arrive and you are horrified, I will take them off your hands. tl;dr hit me up on my Venmo with your unwanted blouses.
     
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    Hey is there anywhere to buy cheap youth jerseys online anywhere? My son loves wolves and I was thinking (I know they are huskies but he’ll swear it’s a wolf and refuse to believe it’s a dog) a rouyn-noranda huskies jersey?
    There’s a truck near my house that has an emblem on it that looks identical to the huskies logo, and he would go apeshit.
     
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    Honestly... I like it.
     
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    It's funny to me how hockey fan brutes become fashionistas when it comes to sweaters
     
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