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I carry two lines of hockey jerseys..both are blanks jerseys of all the NHL jerseys. IF you want custom Jersey patterns it will cost a lot and you would have to do at least 15 to 20 jerseys before anyone would consider making them. But I can help if you want.

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You can also get custom jerseys done through Lutch--their patterns in your colours. One of my the teams I play on went through them for our jerseys.

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IF you want custom Jersey patterns it will cost a lot and you would have to do at least 15 to 20 jerseys before anyone would consider making them. But I can help if you want.

I appreciate everyone's help. I would actually be doing like 50 each of maybe 8 different designs. I don't want to use NHL designs, it would be all custom. I'm not a hundred percent set up with all the financing but I'll keep your name. Would you just have a ballpark figure of what a custom uniform would run? I know there are alot of things that fluctuate the price, but would I be looking at $35 per $45 per $50?

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Mockba, what do you know about their quality on the actual Russian jerseys? I was going to buy a Tretiak Red Army jersey. do the pics on the website & catalog represent them well? Are the names & numbers sublimated or sewn on? Let me know if you have any insight.

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As far as I know of, everything on the Lutch jerseys are sublimated. Some of them may be nameplated, but I doubt it.

When our team and another team were considering going with them, the other team got them to send an Ak Bars jersey as a sample. Everything was sublimated, including crest, name, and number. The quality was much better than we'd expected. We're now in the second season of using our jerseys, and there's been really no fading or any severe wear to speak of.

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Sublimation is a process by which the colours are actually dyed directly into the fabric, rather than printed on top as in screen printing.

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We got ours, including main crest, shoulder logos, names, and numbers for US$63 each. Granted, that was for a templated jersey. For full custom work, I imagine it to be much more.

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I used to work two blocks from Hooter, I've been to their office a couple times.

Fine quality jerseys, a little on the pricy side but not bad. They're pretty hard to get ahold of, however. They focus mostly on kids' associations and other large clients, so they tend to pay less attention to individual team orders.

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