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  1. Great looking matchup tonight. Chiefs road set is iconic, and I think this is the Ravens’ best look — black helmets, black jerseys, white pants (with stripes!), black socks (with white on the bottom!). Why, it actually looks like an NFL game...
  2. Can you do one of these for the Texans’ current home and away set, but with red pants for each? I’ve always that would be a great variation on the traditional red, white and blue design... Thanks if you’re able to do this...
  3. Just another supposedly super-duper advanced fabric from Nike that in practice looks like crap...
  4. IMHO, this was the worst Mariners set ever, with a font that looks like bad Clip-art...
  5. BlueSky, you and I talked about this a few years ago, when there were companies like Home Run Derby and Yesteryear Sports doing old-school jerseys. Glad you finally pulled the trigger! Unfortunately, the photo of your jersey is not displaying— can you re-upload/re-post? Thanks!
  6. https://www.goodbullhunting.com/2017/10/11/16457184/rejected-florida-gator-uniform-concepts-gator-skin-texas-am-aggies-fake
  7. I'm not sure that's an unpopular opinion -- I think Washington's uniforms are god-awful.
  8. Ever since they went with UA, Auburn's front and back numbers seem too small to me...
  9. Totally agree -- great look for Miss. State!
  10. Do the Mets still wear black belts even though they got rid of all the other black?
  11. I think Golden's nickname is the Demons... Normally like bold, contrasting sleeves, but these look a bit busy...
  12. Thanks, Matt. Yeah, the drop-shadow on the top right of the B is not thick enough, too. Also, the script on the real jersey clearly runs slightly uphill from left to right; I have asked them to do this twice, and it's still not happening. Oh well -- luxury problems right?
  13. Would you guys mind helping me check my reality? I'm having a 1967 Denver Bears home jersey made by Ebbets, and we're on our 4th revision of the proof (see first pic below). I have provided multiple pictures for their reference, the most recent of which I took at a cool little museum half a block from Coors Field in downtown Denver (2nd and 3rd pics below). These large photos provide what I believe to be a great reference of what the script should look like, but I don't think the proof is as close to the original as it could be. I realize I am anal about this stuff, but I really think a professional artist should be able to be more accurate than this. Am I being unreasonable? I placed my order on Jan. 23 and I'm about ready to say, "OK, if that's as close as you can get, just go ahead and make it." I would appreciate any input... Thanks!