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03-25-2006, 03:28 AM
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Rangers Jerseys for Cheap!!!

check it everyone go to... http://store.reebok.com/family/index...375&cp=1962353

pick up some Rangers gear to support your TrueBlue and save 40 percent with this code...

FFMAR40

the savings only last until sunday so get what you will...

just ordered a CCM Home Blue Prucha Jersey for a wopping $103

So hopefully everyone takes advantage of this great deal.

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Man, I can't deciode who to get

I have Prucha already...I'm almost tempted to get an Immonen... But who knows what his number is gonna be

Jagr has 2 more years left on his contract after this year, right? Maybe I'll just get his jersey...I wish Immonen or Dawes were a lock on this team already.


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How many # 16's do you think they'll sell?

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A signed Jagr jersey might be worth a lot.

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only have size small, and medium...

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any way to customize their authentic jerseys? replicas suck.

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Buy it and send it to river city sports in Canada, they do customizing well...

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any way to customize their authentic jerseys? replicas suck.
What is the difference bewteen the two?

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the difference is

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What is the difference bewteen the two?

in the material used for authentic and replica's

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Thx Copped 2 Jerseys, 1 Lundy Atl And 1 With My Name=200 Sweet Deal

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The white jersey I have has no name on it. If I get a name, I think it'd either be a Leetch, a Graves, or a Jean Ratelle: 7 is my number...

What's the main difference between the authentic and the replica jerseys?

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What's the main difference between the authentic and the replica jerseys?
yes, the material is different. plus replica jerseys just look cheap. you can pick them out from a distance. go for the real deal.

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The one I have is a real one. I wasn't sure I'd seen the replica ones, but based on your description, I think I know what you're talking about.

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check it everyone go to... http://store.reebok.com/family/index...375&cp=1962353

pick up some Rangers gear to support your TrueBlue and save 40 percent with this code...

FFMAR40

the savings only last until sunday so get what you will...

just ordered a CCM Home Blue Prucha Jersey for a wopping $103

So hopefully everyone takes advantage of this great deal.
Sweet, dude. Thanks! The CCMs are sold out, so I went with Prucha's third jersey. It's going to be my first 3rd jersey. Sweet!

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Got a sweet Authentic 3rd jersey. Now I have an authentic for all three styles!

Dad got a Red Wings away authentic.

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Thanks!

Just scored 3 practice jerseys for my kids #68, 25 and 17 and a hat for me for $160. Thanks for the tip!

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What is the difference bewteen the two?
Fighting Straps.


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Fighting Staps.
what's a stap?

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Nice.

It's unstraped all the time.

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A few years back, the Replica jersey's weren't made like outright crap. I have 4 of them and they are basically as good as the authentics. Today I went out to the store to compare an authentic to a replica, and boy was I shocked to see how poorly the replicas are now made. It's sad really.

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A few years back, the Replica jersey's weren't made like outright crap. I have 4 of them and they are basically as good as the authentics. Today I went out to the store to compare an authentic to a replica, and boy was I shocked to see how poorly the replicas are now made. It's sad really.
I have some old replica jersies, too, and they are nowhere near as good as the authentic ones are!

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I have some old replica jersies, too, and they are nowhere near as good as the authentic ones are!
Maybe mine are authetic then and I don't even know it...all I know is they didn't cost anywhere near $199.99 as they are listed on that website. I spent 80 bucks on em.

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Maybe mine are authetic then and I don't even know it...all I know is they didn't cost anywhere near $199.99 as they are listed on that website. I spent 80 bucks on em.
Yeah, def. replicas then. They were nicer back then, but I dont think they were near the quality of an authentic jersey. But you're right. The new ones are awful when you compare them.

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what's a stap?
Barnaby Rule. I think it was instituted back in 96. That's when Barney used to be a part of the Brad May-Mike Pecka-Matthew Barnaby line. Boy, these 3 were like prized cockfighters. So, Barney used to take his jersey off. After that, NHL has institued the "no-jersey-off" rule and mandated all game jerseys to have fighting straps.

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It wasn't Barnaby - it was Rob Ray. Ray would intentionally duck out of his jersey and shoulder pads if he got tangled up so the league mandated that the jerseys had to be tied down.

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