The Titans are auctioning off their Pink in the Rink jerseys tonight if anyone is interested. Akeson, Noebels, Pither, Hovinen, etc. should all be suited up. And Wedgewood for you infiltrating Devils fans
A customized Voracek Lev Praha jersey shipped to the U.S. should be about $76-77 (USD) including shipping. I'm not sure how payment works though, because you get sent an invoice and then I'm not sure what happens after that.
Can anyone help me out with the jersey sizes on the DEL Icebears website...wanna get a Giroux one.
Dont ask why but I have a size 48 mitchell and ness pittsburgh jersey that fits good.
Does that match up with the 48 on the ice bears website?
I believe 48 is an XL in M&N but 48 on the DEL site says M...
I'm not a jersey pro lol thanks for the help
If it helps any, I know for a fact that soccer jerseys bought in Europe have way different meaning for XL... They are nowhere near as large as US ones... I'd be careful and error on the side (much) larger when in doubt.
... I suppose Europeans on average are not as big in girth as Americans are... While their descendants in the US -- our grandparents* -- may have been heavy, todays Europeans tend to be lean.
* Of course I'm really speaking about my and my friends' relatives, and by no means generalizing.
Forget using M&N sizing, they are all over the place, WHY CAN'T 48 MEAN 48?!?!?!
I sized up on the DEL jersey I ordered, hoping that measurements mean actual measurements...
In this case -- European measurements -- what is 48? They use Metrics and we don't... They wouldn't list inches I'd guess... So, I'd be very leery comparing that 48 against any used with US products... and I'd bet that they aren't using American standards in their listing because conversion wouldn't be exact... as in an exact 48 inches.
I agree with you though at one would expect one American companies 48 to match any other American companies 48... It's crazy that they don't, HUH?
Okay... I'm by no means an expert in any manner... From what I can surmise... the numbers like 46 48 50 are *roughly* the American measurement... Take the 1/2 chest width and double it and then put it in this cm to inch converter http://www.metric-conversions.org/le...-to-inches.htm
The results seems to be a little short of the American size... and notice that they have used the 1/2 chest on two different sizes to equal the American size at least once ... So, I'd feel confident using that, but I'd error on going larger rather than smaller (or even using the exact size number)... Best bet is to look up your American size and see how close it comes to the 1/2 Chest size X2, and guesstimate from that... some are closer to the American size in matching than others... Keeping in mind that even American sizes differ between companies.
...It is nice that they are trying to furnish American equivalents, IMO.
Has anyone ever ordered anything from LutchUSA (http://lutchusa.com/) or The Jersey Hub (http://thejerseyhub.com)? If yes, do you have any experience to share? I'm looking to buy a jersey there, and it'd probably be a replica due to the cost. But I want to make sure it's good quality.
Has anyone ever ordered anything from LutchUSA ( http://lutchusa.com/ ) or The Jersey Hub (http://thejerseyhub.com )? If yes, do you have any experience to share? I'm looking to buy a jersey there, and it'd probably be a replica due to the cost. But I want to make sure it's good quality.
I got a size 50/L briere Berlin jersey. I wear a size 50 edge 2.0 so I hope it's close to size
Briere wears a 52 edge 2.0 and he's wearing a 52 for Berlin. Giroux on the other hand is wearing a 54 for Berlin and wears a 52 edge 2.0... but the Berlin jersey is noticeably bigger on him. Either way, it's safe to assume the sizing is similar between USA Reebok Edge 2.0s and the Berlin jerseys. But if you ordered a replica 50/L... who really knows.