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  1. The Mitchell and Ness website says that Authentic Jackets are sized like this: Size XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL Chest (inches) 36 - 38 39 - 41 42 - 44 45 - 47 48 - 50 51 - 53 54 - 56 57 - 59 60 - 62 Body Length (inches) 25 - 26 26 - 27 27 - 28 28 - 29 29 - 30 30 - 31 31 - 32 32 - 33 33 - 34 Sleeve Length (inches) 32 - 33 33 - 34 34 - 35 35 - 36 36 - 37 37 - 38 38 - 39 39 - 40 40 - 41 My actual chest measurements are in the 42-44 range, and I normally wear a Large. Here, though, it looks like I would need a Medium instead. Does anyone have experience with M&N Authentic wool jackets, and know whether they are "true to size" or really do run big? Thanks
  2. NHL Vintage Series

    Thanks LAK74. That makes it really clear. I have a couple of 90s CCMs in size 48 and the width measurement you described comes to 24. I'm going to go with the large - better a little big than too small.
  3. Help on WHO TO PUT ON THIS!

    Thanks for the input!
  4. NHL Vintage Series

    I've been looking at V550 replicas, and I'm confused about the different size charts out there. For example: Here http://www.sportsk.com/vintage-ccm-hockey-jersey-sizes.htm it says a Medium is 26" pit to pit and a Large is 29" pit to pit, but Here http://shop.nhl.com/HelpDesk/Sizing_Chart?sizeChartNavState=/league/Vintage%20Hockey/brand/CCM/genderagegroup/Mens/agegroup/Adult/category/Jerseys it says a Medium is 27" pit to pit and a Large is 28" pit to pit, and Here http://www.icejerseys.com/Bus/B33/S5/ContentPages/sizeChart.html it says a Medium is 23" pit to pit and a Large is 25.5" pit to pit. I'm 5'11 and 190 lbs and wear a 50 or 52 in an Edge 2.0, and a 50-54 in an Indo Edge (I don't like the fit to be overly loose). Maybe someone with personal experience could clarify the v550 sizing for me? Much appreciated!
  5. Help on WHO TO PUT ON THIS!

    For Rangers 1978-1987: John Vanbiesbrouck (#34) or Ron Greschner (#4, Captain)? Thanks!
  6. The Patch Thread 2.0

    Hi. Does anyone have suggestions for where I might get an alternate captain "A" patch for my road/eggplant 1996-97 authentic Mighty Ducks of Anaheim jersey? I have all the other patches I need. Thanks!
  7. Has anyone purchased from authenticjerseysforless.com? How was the experience?
  8. Mats Zuccarello Norway Jersey

    I just took the plunge and bought one of these for myself. I'll let you know how it turns out. How do you like the Lutch Lundqvist jersey? I've been looking at that one too.
  9. I'm looking at buying an SP Pro/authentic Team Norway jersey. The seller tells me the pit-to-pit measurements are: size 46=27", 48=28", and 50=29". Does that sound right? Do the SP Pro/authentics run big?
  10. The Want List

    Sorry - got pulled away. Darn work.... I do like your list. I was just going to mention there's a Koho Lindros Liberty jersey on eBay in size L. I know you said you're looking for an Authentic, but I have this same premier version in a Messier and love it. I have no interest in it either way - the listing just happened to draw my attention recently, then I saw your post. Good luck!
  11. Are the Rangers Stadium Series premiers the same size & fit as regular premier jerseys?
  12. DEALS AND STEALS

  13. DEALS AND STEALS

    Thanks. Unfortunately that item is not showing up on my phone. On eBay there's also one New With Tags listed for $425. Is that priced to sell? How about the same jersey if NWOT?
  14. DEALS AND STEALS

    Any opinions on how much a NWOT McDonagh NY Stadium Series Edge 2.0 (54) is worth?
  15. DEALS AND STEALS

    Any opinions on how much a NWOT McDonagh NY Stadium Series Edge 2.0 (54) is worth?
  16. Thanks. I agree. I decided to buy from a different vendor and got a legit premier (albeit a Zucc instead of Hagelin). Very happy with purchase.
  17. Help on WHO TO PUT ON THIS!

    Rangers Stadium Series Jersey (3 choices): Zucc, Nash or Kreider?
  18. Good point about the SCF patch - I just noticed that (hence, the edit to my last message). Thanks for your comments, guys!
  19. I agree that if legit they must be customized replicas. They have Stadium Series Carl Hagelin for $150 that I can't seem to find anywhere else - although I'd have to get it without the SCF patch.
  20. I know the name sounds a little funny, but they have an address in Asheville, North Carolina and a toll-free phone number. ‎ Their prices aren't outrageously cheap, just cheaper than a lot of other places I've found. I can only find one review out there, and it's from a customer who claims she was "refused a refund after a canceled order" (but got her money back "after filing a Paypal claim").
  21. Help on WHO TO PUT ON THIS!

    Congrats! Let's hope next June you'll be adding another patch to the shoulder....
  22. Help on WHO TO PUT ON THIS!

    Cjmatthews, Thanks again for the suggestion about taking my 1990s Rangers jersey to Cosby's for customization. They did a great job, including sewing on the 94SC patch I provided from patch collection. Cost $109 including tax, and turnaround (in August) was about 10 days.
  23. Anyone Order A Jersey From CustomThrowbackjerseys.com?

    I know this thread is from a while ago, but I've been looking at the CustomThrowbackjerseys.com website recently and am deciding whether to make a purchase. They have some good looking stuff I haven't found elsewhere. I looked them up on BBB.org, which gives them an "F" rating based on 7 complaints: http://www.bbb.org/upstate-new-york/Business-Reviews/clothing-retail/custom-throwback-jerseys-in-champlain-ny-235964441/ I may be wrong, but I think the same folks may also sell as "vintage-legends" on eBay, from Hawkesbury, Ontario. The products and policies look the same - and so do the complaints, although vintage-legends overall has 98%+ positive feedback. There are a few product complaints, but most have to do with customer service. Does anyone have experience with either seller?
  24. Help on WHO TO PUT ON THIS!

    Wow. Just looked at the Thrashers' 99-00 stats. Rough year. Decent one for Ray Ferraro, though. Too bad he was born in British Columbia... .