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04-09-2009, 10:22 AM
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rbk jerseys

Anyone own any and if you do, what do you think of them? What are they like compared to the ccm/koho ones?

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The Premieres are garbage but the RbK EDGE jerseys are awesome...

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The Premieres are garbage but the RbK EDGE jerseys are awesome...
Can you explain about the Premieres? I was just about to buy one.

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Premier's are replica's aka not game jersey's no fight strap and extra stitching. And the pooling effect has been resolved has far as i can tell in the first year of these There good jersey's but still too expensive for my like's try a practise one and you'll see.

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Wrong, the EDGE authentics you buy at retail will have the "pooling" effect. The NHL teams wear EDGE 2.0, which is primarily Air-Knit.

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Premier's are replica's aka not game jersey's no fight strap and extra stitching. And the pooling effect has been resolved has far as i can tell in the first year of these There good jersey's but still too expensive for my like's try a practise one and you'll see.
Okay, I understand. I'd only buy a premiere jersey for show -- to wear to NHL games, not to play in. For pickup games I'm fine wearing a $20 plain black or white CCM.

Thanks for the reply.

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I like the Edge jerseys just to wear. In a game cant beat the CCM's or the Kobe's.

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I personally like the RBK practice/blank team style jerseys. They fit me better than the CCM ones in the arms and don't seem as baggy. I recommend it for players who need a certain size because of their height but can't quite fill it out the other way.

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I personally like the RBK practice/blank team style jerseys. They fit me better than the CCM ones in the arms and don't seem as baggy. I recommend it for players who need a certain size because of their height but can't quite fill it out the other way.

Go with the baggy, makes you look super fast when your not

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I use the Nike Olympic jerseys, I don't experience any pooling problems, and it also has that nice tight fit, but just enough looseness to not prohibit me from doing anything. I wear an XL jersey and i'm 6'1, 210

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I use the Nike Olympic jerseys, I don't experience any pooling problems, and it also has that nice tight fit, but just enough looseness to not prohibit me from doing anything. I wear an XL jersey and i'm 6'1, 210
Because Nike uses a moisture-wicking material (Dri-Fit). RBK uses a moisture-repellant material. So, Dri-Fit pulls the moisture off the body and onto the shirt. The EDGE jersey would roll the sweat off the jersey.

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