- Joined Oct 5, 2008
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I believe someone explained in here that the black lettering is only on the game issued jerseys for durability. You won’t see them on retail elites.I finally saw an Elite Vapor Untouchable, a black Derek Carr to be specific, at The Raider Image on Universal City Walk on Saturday evening and it's better than the previous Elite authentic jerseys. I liked the sleeves with the banded elastic similar to how the players wear them. I also liked the shorter cut of the sleeves as opposed to the longer cut and wide open sleeves of the previous authentic Elite. I just liked the tighter and shorter fit of the sleeves overall.
Anyone familiar with authentic Raiders jerseys? Is there black layering underneath the traditional silver numbers on the jerseys the players wear now? The black Raiders jerseys historically have only silver numbers without a black colored layer underneath. I swear last season I saw the on-field black Raiders jerseys have black layering underneath the silver numbers on TV and photos. But the retail version had just the silver numbers without the black layering underneath. So what's accurate?
Someone please elaborate for me.
Thanks for clarifying. At least that means Nike has the accurate template for the font sizes. If any authentic jersey is customized by Exclusive Pro Sports, they're quite accurate with font sizes and details including edges. They're the ideal 3rd party.The current font sizes are accurate, IF they are pre-made and customized Directly from Nike. If it's customized by a third party it's a coin toss. And I'm not even sure if Nike "personalized" vapor elites are accurate. I'm waiting to see someone order so I can place one for the Vikings, too.
Can I add to this by saying that different teams have different fonts and font sizing. I say this because I just sold a 49ers Vapor Elite jersey on ebay (was too big for me) and before I sold it an ebay member messaged me saying the nfl shop did a bad job on the name to which i replied it was the 49ers who have a smaller font. You can see it in this pic:And does anyone think the current authentic Nike NFL jerseys' font sizes of the letters and numbers accurate? Or are they inaccurate like how Reebok was notoriously terrible?
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