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The Big Ol' Counterfeit Jersey Thread

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That place really has some variety. Where else can you get jerseys for "Miami Hot" and "Miamii Heat"?

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Can anyone confirm that this isn't a china knockoff?

I can't tell from any reference pic I've found...

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I don't think that's a knockoff. Looks like a Majestic replica.

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You know, the first one makes me think Oregon's jersey numbers might not look so bad if they didn't have the inward skew on them. They look pretty decent straight up and down like that. But yeah, clearly someone wasn't paying attention.

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That place really has some variety. Where else can you get jerseys for "Miami Hot" and "Miamii Heat"?

And where else when you click on those links can you buy Timberwolves jerseys?

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If you look at some of the additional pictures by scrolling down it just gets worse. The chest pads don't even line up. It says it was made in the US (Nike stuff is notoriously made overseas). And it says it's "Nike Fit Dry"...LOL

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That place really has some variety. Where else can you get jerseys for "Miami Hot" and "Miamii Heat"?

And where else when you click on those links can you but Timberwolves jerseys?

In fairness, anyone would have to try to trick people in order to unload their Timberwolves jerseys.

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Love how he very deliberately took a picture of the collar, as if to try and make it seem legit. lol.

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Was at the Coliseum for the A's/Giants game and there were so many fans wearing fake Giants jerseys. It was really alarming how many were out there and by the way they were acting, probably not real fans. They acted like bandwagon fans that have never been to a ballgame (cheering at every instance, screaming at every pop up thinking it's a HR, etc...)

I was at the Phillies game tonight and i cant tell u have many fake jerseys i saw, some Rep jerseys looked good till the went by and the player name n numbers on the back were too big and/or wrong font. it was bad.

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Was at the Coliseum for the A's/Giants game and there were so many fans wearing fake Giants jerseys. It was really alarming how many were out there and by the way they were acting, probably not real fans. They acted like bandwagon fans that have never been to a ballgame (cheering at every instance, screaming at every pop up thinking it's a HR, etc...)

I was at the Phillies game tonight and i cant tell u have many fake jerseys i saw, some Rep jerseys looked good till the went by and the player name n numbers on the back were too big and/or wrong font. it was bad.

Nothing personal guys, but what I find funny about these stories is that it sounds like these "fakers" not only saved a :censored:load of money on their jerseys, but had a great time at the game, and then probably went out afterwards and didn't give a :censored: about what people thought. And you guys in your overpriced jerseys let it get to you, thought about it during the game (which no doubt ruined your experience a little), and then felt the need to bitch about it on the Internet. Again, nothing personal, but I have to wonder who the real "losers" are here.

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Again, nothing personal, but I have to wonder who the real "losers" are here.

The people that had their intellectual property stolen.

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Again, nothing personal, but I have to wonder who the real "losers" are here.

The people that had their intellectual property stolen.

That's what pisses me off more than anything.

Well, that and the fact that they look like poop.

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Again, nothing personal, but I have to wonder who the real "losers" are here.

The people that had their intellectual property stolen.

And the people with no concept of right or wrong.

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Again, nothing personal, but I have to wonder who the real "losers" are here.

The people that had their intellectual property stolen.

And the people with no concept of right or wrong.

:rolleyes: Do you seriously think that anyone who has ever worn a piece of counterfeit merchandise has "no concept of right or wrong?" Do you realize how broad of a brush you're painting with there? The number of people who have worn counterfeit merchandise is a lot higher than you think it is. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if you, yourself, have worn counterfeit merchandise.

I'd hate to know what you think of people who actually commit crimes.

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Again, nothing personal, but I have to wonder who the real "losers" are here.

The people that had their intellectual property stolen.

The people's who I.P. it is already got paid. The theft is taking the cash out of the corporation's pockets, not the artist.

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