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The Big Ol' Counterfeit Jersey Thread

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Just the fact that it says International Shipping to US & Canada at the top would send me running from the site screaming. Sorry, man.

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Yes, thats legit..just old

Thought so, just wanted to make sure, thanks

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There is no God.

What is this... this, thing supposed to be?

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On the topic of incorrect Nordiques jerseys, how's this one?

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Actually thinking of picking up a CUSTOM jersey from China.

http://www.online-jersyes.org/washington-redskins-burgundy-white-jersey-select-a-player.html

Has anyone ever used this site? www.online-jersyes.org

I chatted with a rep and she said the numbers and name will be sewn on, not screen printed. With the custom part, I'm just wondering how accurate the numbers will be.

Actually my main concern is the name I'm getting on it...specifically the roman numerals' spacing:

GRIFFIN III

If the numbers look like those on the example, the #10 will look fine. No, I don't mind that it's a Reebok jersey that RGIII will never wear.

I want his jersey but don't want to spend $100+ on a rookie's jersey. A lot of people regret their Heath Shuler jerseys. :D

(RGIII won't be a bust, just being extra safe though, plus I have kids to buy stuff for, I don't spend much on myself)

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FWIW, it will still be a counterfeit and will likely be of very noticeably poor quality.

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For $20, for a jersey I might wear a few times a year on gamedays...as long as it's not obscenely horrible...no one will notice or care. I haven't decided on it yet, but a $20 experiment for a custom sounds tempting.

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For $20, for a jersey I might wear a few times a year on gamedays...as long as it's not obscenely horrible...no one will notice or care. I haven't decided on it yet, but a $20 experiment for a custom sounds tempting.

For the record, it's probably made in a slummy sweatshop, with the employees perhaps working 20 hours a day for dehumanizing wages. Perhaps the employees are children.

Are you okay with supporting that, in addition to supporting IP theft?

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How does that differ from Nike's offshore factories or 90% of the Chinese crap we buy from local srores every day?

I am asking if anyone ever ordered a custom from this source, not to start a morals debate.

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How does that differ from Nike's offshore factories or 90% of the Chinese crap we buy from local srores every day?

I am asking if anyone ever ordered a custom from this source, not to start a morals debate.

Your are going to get a crap jersey.

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How does that differ from Nike's offshore factories or 90% of the Chinese crap we buy from local srores every day?

I am asking if anyone ever ordered a custom from this source, not to start a morals debate.

Its way different. Nike has labor standards. 90% of the chinese crap has some labor standards. China itself has labor laws. If you are making lawful product then those laws will need to be followed.

You've got to understand that even if its made in china for less money than we provide in the states, or harsher working conditions, it's still legal. This stuff is illegal. If they produce illegal counterfits why would they even begin to have any kind of fair labor practices?

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How does that differ from Nike's offshore factories or 90% of the Chinese crap we buy from local srores every day?

I am asking if anyone ever ordered a custom from this source, not to start a morals debate.

Sidestepping the morality of the issue, many of the members here who admit to buying counterfeits have said you should only buy them in person, where you can see the quality for yourself. Never buy online.

$20 for a customized jersey? Sounds WAY to good to be true, so it probably is. You'll get what you pay for.

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How does that differ from Nike's offshore factories or 90% of the Chinese crap we buy from local srores every day?

I am asking if anyone ever ordered a custom from this source, not to start a morals debate.

Your are going to get a crap jersey.

Please post the picture of the one you got from them.

How does that differ from Nike's offshore factories or 90% of the Chinese crap we buy from local srores every day?

I am asking if anyone ever ordered a custom from this source, not to start a morals debate.

Sidestepping the morality of the issue, many of the members here who admit to buying counterfeits have said you should only buy them in person, where you can see the quality for yourself. Never buy online.

Finally a constructive reply with good advice. Thanks.

Never bought a "knock-off" before and am just tossing the idea around.

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How does that differ from Nike's offshore factories or 90% of the Chinese crap we buy from local srores every day?

I am asking if anyone ever ordered a custom from this source, not to start a morals debate.

Your are going to get a crap jersey.

Please post the picture of the one you got from them.

Don't own one myself but have a friend that has pruchased from them in the last few months and they came back looking like most knockoffs.

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