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    New Nike Jerseys



    So I have done a bit of research and have found out that Nike has 3 different types of jerseys.

    1. NFL Gameday Jersey
    2. NFL Limited Jeresey
    3. NFL Elite Jersey


    I have only seen the gameday jersey in stores (dicks). These jerseys are going for $100 and do not have stitched numbers etc.

    The limited jerseys look to be marked at $135, but i cannot find this jersey anywhere. I guess these are not out yet? I assume these will have the stitching?

    The elite jerseys are not "out" yet either. I have only seen a #52 Ray Lewis available online for $250. I assume that these are the real authentic ones.


    I just don't know why Nike is taking forever to release these Jerseys.




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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    Sounds similar to the reebok model of Replica, replithentic and Authintic.

    Wonder how long it will take China to retool and we'll see $50 "Authentics"




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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    Quote Originally Posted by jonboy79 View Post
    Sounds similar to the reebok model of Replica, replithentic and Authintic.

    Wonder how long it will take China to retool and we'll see $50 "Authentics"
    Just looked, and they're already out.




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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    Quote Originally Posted by DrUnk View Post
    Just looked, and they're already out.
    Are they Ravens purple, or Giants blue?
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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    Quote Originally Posted by Flipping Birdie View Post
    Are they Ravens purple, or Giants blue?
    lol i know what you're talking about




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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    Quote Originally Posted by Flipping Birdie View Post
    Are they Ravens purple, or Giants blue?
    Ha! I always stuck white or black to avoid being that guy...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipping Birdie View Post
    Are they Ravens purple, or Giants blue?
    lol, lots of them in the stands alright

    Like a shining beacon in a sea of purple, you can't help but notice them




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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    I'm totally ordering the elite one, anyone got a picture of what the elite jersey looks like?
    On the NFL site there's only a Ray Lewis elite jersey. Can't really see the difference.



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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    The nike Replicas that go for $100 are way better quality than the old $85 reebok ones. That explains the price diffrence.




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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    Unless it's an official NLF merch site or one of Tony's paid advertisers, please keep the off-brand sites off the boards.

    Thanks, ya'll!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    The nike Replicas that go for $100 are way better quality than the old $85 reebok ones. That explains the price diffrence.


    If it doesn't have stitched numbers it doesn't matter. Iron on numbers look terrible after a few washings, and that's past the fact that I think they look silly brand new on the rack.
    The mid level price range may be a sweet spot for the new Nike Jerseys if the cheapest ones are so nice however.




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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    The elite jerseys have "flexible twill" numbers, which is something new. I'd like to see them in person before plunking down that much. If I get a new Nike jersey, it would probably be a white one to replace my current white one, Kelly Gregg.
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    Re: New Nike Jerseys

    These mods treat you like children on here...You can post the links on the espn ravens board for the replica jerseys or go to ebay and craigslist....
    Better read this fast before HR deletes it....




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    Per Nike's official website, the stitched on isnt out yet. Still says coming summer 2012.

    http://store.nike.com/nikestore/merc...s_jerseys.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by bpmurr View Post
    I just hope UA gets the next NFL deal. That way if it's pricey you at least know it's good quality stuff.
    Me too but I don't think they have the infrastructure (yet) to pull off such a massive and global undertaking. This isn't just a jersey deal. It's ALL the on field apparel as well.

    They're close though. Who know what will happen in 5 years.
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