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The Big Ol' Counterfeit Jersey Thread

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I remember when I was a kid how I had to settle for buying team t-shirts with my lawn cutting money before I could afford to buy jerseys.

I'm pretty confident that if legit jersey cost only $50, that the $25-$30 fakes would still sell.

right ,for this site ,amazing low price. weiketrade.hk

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The collar and "A" look suspicious to me...

Is this CM Punk in a fake?

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Since the demand is there I am surprised we have not seen Burger King and Wild Wing fakes yet.

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I'm almost equally shocked they have not reproduced them period, they could easily sell a couple hundred (legit RBK/CCM ones).

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I'm almost equally shocked they have not reproduced them period, they could easily sell a couple hundred (legit RBK/CCM ones).

Since the demand is there I am surprised we have not seen Burger King and Wild Wing fakes yet.

I think they'd be kind of hard due to neither of them being "normal" jersey templates. Wildwing with the full jersey logo and the Burger King with the weird full jersey stripes and upper chest logo.

Also most people who are looking for counterfeit jerseys don't know why those jerseys are so big, so the counterfeit market is more for current jerseys.

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I'm almost equally shocked they have not reproduced them period, they could easily sell a couple hundred (legit RBK/CCM ones).

Since the demand is there I am surprised we have not seen Burger King and Wild Wing fakes yet.

I think they'd be kind of hard due to neither of them being "normal" jersey templates. Wildwing with the full jersey logo and the Burger King with the weird full jersey stripes and upper chest logo.

Also most people who are looking for counterfeit jerseys don't know why those jerseys are so big, so the counterfeit market is more for current jerseys.

I don't have a Wild Wing (don't I wish that I do), but the front logo is screened, right? That can't be a real patch.

I'd understand if they don't want to make replicas--the jerseys kinda look embarassing. But that's what makes them valuable in the first place.

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I'm almost equally shocked they have not reproduced them period, they could easily sell a couple hundred (legit RBK/CCM ones).

Since the demand is there I am surprised we have not seen Burger King and Wild Wing fakes yet.

I think they'd be kind of hard due to neither of them being "normal" jersey templates. Wildwing with the full jersey logo and the Burger King with the weird full jersey stripes and upper chest logo.

Also most people who are looking for counterfeit jerseys don't know why those jerseys are so big, so the counterfeit market is more for current jerseys.

I don't have a Wild Wing (don't I wish that I do), but the front logo is screened, right? That can't be a real patch.

I'd understand if they don't want to make replicas--the jerseys kinda look embarassing. But that's what makes them valuable in the first place.

I believe the jersey is sublimated.

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I'm almost equally shocked they have not reproduced them period, they could easily sell a couple hundred (legit RBK/CCM ones).

Since the demand is there I am surprised we have not seen Burger King and Wild Wing fakes yet.

I think they'd be kind of hard due to neither of them being "normal" jersey templates. Wildwing with the full jersey logo and the Burger King with the weird full jersey stripes and upper chest logo.

Also most people who are looking for counterfeit jerseys don't know why those jerseys are so big, so the counterfeit market is more for current jerseys.

I got my replicas from www.weiketrade.hk ,But it just fits me.

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I'm almost equally shocked they have not reproduced them period, they could easily sell a couple hundred (legit RBK/CCM ones).

Since the demand is there I am surprised we have not seen Burger King and Wild Wing fakes yet.

I think they'd be kind of hard due to neither of them being "normal" jersey templates. Wildwing with the full jersey logo and the Burger King with the weird full jersey stripes and upper chest logo.

Also most people who are looking for counterfeit jerseys don't know why those jerseys are so big, so the counterfeit market is more for current jerseys.

I got my replicas counterfeits from www.weiketrade.hk ,But it just fits me.

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I'm almost equally shocked they have not reproduced them period, they could easily sell a couple hundred (legit RBK/CCM ones).

Since the demand is there I am surprised we have not seen Burger King and Wild Wing fakes yet.

I think they'd be kind of hard due to neither of them being "normal" jersey templates. Wildwing with the full jersey logo and the Burger King with the weird full jersey stripes and upper chest logo.

Also most people who are looking for counterfeit jerseys don't know why those jerseys are so big, so the counterfeit market is more for current jerseys.

I don't have a Wild Wing (don't I wish that I do), but the front logo is screened, right? That can't be a real patch.

I'd understand if they don't want to make replicas--the jerseys kinda look embarassing. But that's what makes them valuable in the first place.

I believe the jersey is sublimated.

I remember the replica being sold back in the days being screen printed

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On Facebook a local community by me has a Garage Sale site. Great site for buying/selling stuff. A person is selling "Authentic" jerseys on there for $100 each. Each jersey is in plastic so it is hard to tell how authentic they are, I'm wondering if anyone on here can tell? Someone called them out on is saying they can get the exact same ones from China and the seller got upset. My guess is they are fakes???

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Sorta hard to tell based on the photos but they do look like fakes to me. How does the plastic bag feel? Is it soft and bendable or does it sorta crackle when you touch it? Most of the fakes I have come across come wrapped in a plastic that makes a crackle sound when touched

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Sorta hard to tell based on the photos but they do look like fakes to me. How does the plastic bag feel? Is it soft and bendable or does it sorta crackle when you touch it? Most of the fakes I have come across come wrapped in a plastic that makes a crackle sound when touched

Sorry, I haven't seen them in person. Just wondering where you can get $175 Authentics and be able to sell them for $100 without losing money. To me, obvious sign of a fake.

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Plastic bags are one of your biggest knockoff signs. I've never seen a legit jersey sold in a plastic bag. They're typically just folded on the shelf (ala Pro Hockey Life or SportChek)

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Plastic bags are one of your biggest knockoff signs. I've never seen a legit jersey sold in a plastic bag. They're typically just folded on the shelf (ala Pro Hockey Life or SportChek)

I have. I pre-ordered the Heritage Classic Flames jersey from the team store, and I was able to pick it up the day it arrived. It was in a plastic bag. I think that the jerseys are shipped this way from Reebok, but displayed on a hanger or folded on a shelf by store staff.

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Plastic bags are one of your biggest knockoff signs. I've never seen a legit jersey sold in a plastic bag. They're typically just folded on the shelf (ala Pro Hockey Life or SportChek)

I have had legits from NHL.com arrive in plastic bags.

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I have had legits from NHL.com arrive in plastic bags.

Me too. In fact all my hockey jerseys came from NHL.com and every one of them came in their own plastic wrap. Just another layer of protection, I guess

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Yep, there's a bunch of mint 90's authentics on eBay that still come in bags. If you buy 'em off the shelf, there's probably no plastic bag.

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