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Hi guys, I'm new to the forum and looking for some advice. I can get a reebok premier parise jersey for a very good price. Thing is, I want to get it so I can strip the name off and put a HALL nameplate on it. My brother recently got a hall oilers reebok premier jersey from lids, and from the looks of that one the nameplate seems glued onto the jersey without any stitching going through the actual fabric to the inside of the jersey. I was wondering if the parise jersey is like that, is the glued nameplate easy to take off? Any recommendations on how to go about this? Also, I believe the parise nameplate will be longer than the hall nameplate, so will any residue be visible on the sides of the hall nameplate once I put it? Thanks so much for the advice.
I was just wondering if anyone knew what kind of nameplate the Lightning used in the 1999 season. I am getting two of the Alternate storms customized as well as their black away jersey. Is it a twill nameplate or what?
Long time lurker, first time poster with a question for jersey aficionados concerning lettering on an Reebok Premier jersey. Being a long time Kings fan, I purchased a Kopitar jersey from icejerseys.com and just recently received my jersey. Everything is fine about it, except for the lettering on the jersey being placed on a nameplate (or name bar as they call it on their FAQ). Being a stickler for authenticity (and with authentics being outrageously priced and hard to find right now), I asked if it was possible to have my jersey redone as it should be, after all, their website states the following: As you can see from these images, the Kings do not use nameplates and use individual lettering: So, I write back to their customer service and was notified that: Now this concerns me a bit. I am not sure if I should bother sending back the jersey to have individual lettering done to it or just retain it with the nameplate. As I stated earlier, my pet peeve for having jerseys look as close to the real thing as possible makes me want to send it back, but if the stitching is going to come off from individual lettering on a Reebok Premier jersey, is it worth it? I'm hoping some of you can speak from experience and help guide me in the right direction. EDIT: I'm such a dummy. Meant to say Reebok Premier since it's a replica. It's not an Edge jersey. Tried editing the title but I guess that option isn't enabled.