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Discussion in 'Memorabilia' started by corymiller, Jan 29, 2012.
Cool another Titans fan in Utah
Authentic's range from $199 to $299 depending on who's jersey it is.
Replica's range from $50 to $100 and feel like crap.
Chinese knockoffs look and feel just as good as authentic's, but only cost the same as replicas.
You decide which is best.
Nah man. I live in Vegas. Me n the girlfriend just drove up to St George to eat at cracker barrel lol
Nothing like a nice, big plate of carbs from Cracker Barrel.
^ You gotta try the Sunrise Sampler... omg. So good.
You think thats bad, my wifes idea of cooking dinner is pasta, potatoes, bread, and pizza. THAT's a carbs special if there ever was such a thing.
Like five or six years ago I would have been all over it, but I've come to value my arteries lately.
Yea, the Chinese replicas also sewn are 99.9% identical to the NFL authentic jerseys they mark up to $300. I wouldnt be surprised if the jersey you bought at the mall was from China. That mall store could have bought 50 of them for like $20 each and mark them up to $99 and say they used to be $299 because that is what the NFL charges.
They are so well made it is truly hard to tell the difference.
Either way though, glad you got a nice jersey. I am with the Chipper guy though, it would have to be a guy I knew was going to be on the team for a longtime, like if I was a colt fan I would get a Luck or Redskin I would get an RGIII. Maybe if Locker becomes a superstar I will consider getting his jersey. But here is the other thing, if you pay $300 for a jersey, how in the heck could you ever ware it. I spill beer, chili chez fries, etc at every game on my jerseys, and I dont care cause I can replace them really easy.
I paid even more than that for a CJ jersey just before the 2009 season began. I was too embarrassed to wear it this season.
I'll get a Locker one soon and probably sell my CJ.
My $40 knock-off lookin sexy