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There was an NFL Jersey Banner Ad at the top of TBS, and I clicked it since they were advertising good prices...and they have a link for college jerseys. Lattimore's jersey is there:
Is this the same type of under armour jersey you can get at garnet and black traditions or is this a cheaper quality? The only reason I ask is the price is alot less.
pic is 2010 uniform
I wonder if they can make any in Garnet?
I have no idea, but there is a rule to follow.... you get what you pay for. Cheaper prices usually means cheaper quality.
If anyone buys one and compares the quality, please let us know. I'm going to order one tomorrow after I make a deposit. Too much money going out tonight for monthly bills on auto-draft.
Im going to frame one of these and hang it on my wall. Been saying that for awhile but at 22 bucks that will be perfect for it.
Those aren't even our Under Armour jerseys from 2010. They are missing the black piping that ran down the the fron of the shoulders, and the SEC logo doesn't match that year's jersey either. Also, the "Carolina" on the front isn't outlined in black as they were in the real jerseys.
If you google image search "Marcus Lattimore 2010" you can see all these things fairly clearly.
This post was edited by deltusc 21 months ago
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