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10-08-2014, 10:05 AM
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Where can I buy a new jersey?

So the season starts tonight and my red authentic jersey #21 Gionta (originally a Higgins) jersey has to go. Going to downscale to a premier jersey. I want a red Gallagher one, where can I buy it in stores at the online price (around $193)? I live in lasalle, so whatever's closest to there.

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A lot of those little shops on Ste Catherine have jerseys with names on them for about $200. I don't know if the numbers are stitched on or glued on, but they use the same numbers that the Bell Centre does for the stitched jerseys.

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How much is it at the bell centre?

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$140 for a jersey with no name. $25 extra if you want them to glue on the letters, $100 if you want them stitched. They normally have a bunch of stitched jerseys premade (for $240), but if not, it'll take about a week or two to get your jersey done.

edit: plus tax.

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240 stitched? Maybe I'll go for that, glued seems kinda ******. Is the name on a name bar or just letters glued or stitched directly?

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if you can wait just order one from aliexpress.com

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240 stitched? Maybe I'll go for that, glued seems kinda ******. Is the name on a name bar or just letters glued or stitched directly?
Stitched to the name bar and then the bar is stitched to the jersey itself.

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Thanks for all the help, do you know if the quality and prices are the same at the Brossard store?

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Icejerseys.com... I buy all my jerseys from there.

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I have a jersey with gionta on it (stitched) how much would I have to pay to switch the number and name?

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I have a jersey with gionta on it (stitched) how much would I have to pay to switch the number and name?
Tricolore would probably know better but I don't think you can change the number, just the nameplate. You would still see the outline/stitching from where the previous number was if they took it off, I think.

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ice jerseys is the best

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So, I kind've changed my mind, I like my authentic too much, it's a made in Canada reebok 6100 with CCM tags, BEFORE the Edge came out. Now I'm ready to pony up $330 for an authentic and I'm hearing it's from Indonesia and not really what the players wear. Where can I get a made in Canada edge 2.0 authentic jersey?

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Ummm... they charge an extra $75 to stitch the numbers on instead of glue them on? That seems ridiculous...

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Yeah that site doesn't seem shady at all.


Holy ****, I don't need a Trojan, thanks for your concern HFboards.

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Yeah that site doesn't seem shady at all.


Holy ****, I don't need a Trojan, thanks for your concern HFboards.

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if you can wait just order one from aliexpress.com
Those aren't authentic and probably feel like ****

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if you can wait just order one from aliexpress.com
I would advise against this, at least for hockey jerseys. I have bought several soccer jerseys from sites like aliexpress and they were fine replicas, but hockey jerseys always seem so ******. The Canadiens ones all look like garbage, you're gonna stand out in one so much, and not in a good way.

Personally, I've never bought a jersey with stitched numbers and letters if it wasn't authentic anyway. If you aren't going for the same thing they wear on the ice, why not just get the cheaper numbers. I have a Subban premier jersey with the heatpressed numbers from when he first came up and it still looks great.

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RiverCitySports stitches everything as well

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I have a jersey with gionta on it (stitched) how much would I have to pay to switch the number and name?
You cant change the number, I tried with my old Cammalleri jersey, ruined the jersey, had to throw it out.



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Ummm... they charge an extra $75 to stitch the numbers on instead of glue them on? That seems ridiculous...
The glued numbers are plastic heat pressed numbers
the stiched numbers are the official numbers on the real jerseys

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I've bought Team Canada t-shirts from River City Sports, but I'm not sure how they are with jerseys. Anyone know?

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I've bought Team Canada t-shirts from River City Sports, but I'm not sure how they are with jerseys. Anyone know?
Had my last jersey from them and just placed another order. Everything is stitched. Highly recommend them.

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