- Apr 2, 2010
- Reaction score
- In your head, rent free
excellent, thank you
excellent, thank you
Not why you posted it but, looks too dark to me, more like a space robot than from greek mythology
Share your concerns a bit about anything that can catch, come away from jersey is going to do that eventually.
Some (maybe all) of the current dynasty ones have silicone dynasty logos on shoulder already though and seem fairly high quality to last a while
I've got the 1967 "V" jersey.I’m interested to who on here has a original jersey going back the longest. I know mine is a 94 Reebok one that I brought when I flew up for the 94 grand final won by Canberra, but we won the two other games that day bloody great day.. second best grand final I’ve ever been too (only been to two)
I have an Aussieduct one from the 80's, doesn't fit me now though.I’m interested to who on here has a original jersey going back the longest. I know mine is a 94 Reebok one that I brought when I flew up for the 94 grand final won by Canberra, but we won the two other games that day bloody great day.. second best grand final I’ve ever been too (only been to two)
A couple of notes from me in regards to the last few points raised.
- We've extensively wash tested the silicone badges and had no issues. The NRL were very strong on that from the start and we're all happy with all the results. (NRL absolutely love the badges as well).
- In my opinion, when you compare them side by side the silicone badges are so much better and it's not even close. In particular, teams like Manly who's logo can be quite a pain to embroider well (especially in ladies and junior sizes).
- These will be for home and away jerseys only at this stage (no special jerseys). We've also had teams that loved them so much that they'll be appearing on other items throughout the range too.
I'd certainly recommend checking them out in-store before hating on them too much. In my opinion, I can't see why the replica jerseys can't have sublimated logos like the players jerseys but if they NRL are going to insist on a special application then I think these badges are a huge improvement on embroidery.
Strategy is for them to deteriorate so that supporters update their jerseys more often.
Modern ”Marketing strategy“.