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04-22-2013, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Mayor Bee View Post
North American jerseys are generally done by cutting up fabric and sewing it together into basic patterns. European jerseys are all sublimated, allowing for extremely complex designs to exist.
Quite true.... unless in the future they opt for a cheaper manufacturing process using silk screen applications rather than direct embroidery & or the application of cresting & numbers using sewing machines. A couple of washes, you'll need a new jersey MB. Numbers, cresting, begins to fade, crackle. So its back to the shop for another... and another.... and another..... they'll figure it out eventually. The initial price might be cheaper, but they'll wear out, and by simple washing, not wear. Diabolical, yes?

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