I doubt that's authentic. But does it matter? It looks pretty damn close. And for that price it's a deal.!~BOLT~! said:for instance, is this jersey authentic???
The pictures featured on ebay mean shit. A person can sell you a product using a picture from a legit site.!~BOLT~! said:for instance, is this jersey authentic???
First off if yours says MERRYMAN it's probably fake.:icon_wink:!~BOLT~! said:i think i did indeed get a fake merriman jersey and want to know how to tell the difference. any tell tell signs would be very appreciated for the chargers baby blues:no:
word, 'cept I wear alla mine ahelluva lot more often.Electric Chair said:It cracks me up that this stuff concerns people. Not being a rapper, I wear my jerseys 16 times a year- hopefully more if we make the playoffs. It's not that I can't afford a "real" authentic, it's that I don't care. If some dork called me out for wearing a chinese knock off, I would laugh my ass off that he knew.
Wear it, be happy, go Bolts.
If it's that important, drop three bills and know that you got the real deal. If I wore jerseys 15% of the time like you, I might worry about it.!~BOLT~! said:electric chair, i agree what youre saying, well for some part. it's the fact that the description of the item states its authenticity and if thats not the case its pretty shitty they say they are. im not dissapointed i dont have the real mccoy, i still stare down my jersey like tiny tim on a xmas goose. im an honest person and dont like seeing dishonest people (scumbags) making profit with false descriptions.
i wear a chargers jersey probably fifty times a year. if i had more id most likely wear one more often.