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01-28-2013, 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by bromine View Post
Thanks for the link. That is eye-opening.

IMO, Reebok and the NHL have absolutely no justification for charging $250 for a jersey that is manufactured in a developing country.

They could easily make them all in N.A., provide some much-needed jobs, and still turn a nice profit. Instead, they went the greedy route, and in-part vindicate the cheap fans who buy the knock-offs to save a buck (or two hundred).
I dont really blame them if you can save money any way why not?

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