ALL JERSEY TALK HERE - [Who Needs Eisbaren Berlin When It's Flyers Season] Part five.
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11-12-2012, 12:40 PM
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This is pure speculation, but I would assume that the more expensive one would still have dye-sublimated numbers. Don't confuse this with the terrible one layer printed twill that NHL.com heat presses to jerseys. The dye sublimation process is vastly different, and of much better quality.
The authentics also have sublimated numbers, but do have some sponsor logos embroidered (blue and white jerseys only, not the pink -- that was fully sublimated).
Pro League Authentics has a couple replica Berlin jerseys and some others if you don't want to wait.
Personally, I don't like the jerseys and I'm not a fan of sublimation as it lacks any texture. It's kind of like wearing a heavy weight, dry fit long sleeve... no sense of occasion. My opinion, of course.
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