If you go to the link I put in the first post in this thread and look at it, that is a 100% authentic, same as the players wear jersey and they will always be in the range of 300 bucks and will ALWAYS have a number size, ie 40, 54, 56, 60 etc.
Any jersey with a letter size, s, m, l, xl, etc. is never a true authentic jersey.
As far as any non blue or white authentic jerseys, I would keep an eye on the NFL and Seahawks Pro Shops to see if they ever show up for public sales.
In the days of Reebok jerseys the only non blue or white authentic jerseys that came up were non custom, they always had a players name and number on it.
If I am going to shell out 300+ for a jersey, it will never have a players name and number on it as you are a trade or bad injury away from having an outdated product, IMO.
sa_seahawker wrote:...am I the only one that realizes that the Nike "limited" jerseys are "authentic" Nike products but not "authentic" NFL jerseys? (note the gray shoulder stripe does not continue to the inside edge of collar and next to the flywire and sleeves are not shortened but fall down similar to a shirt) I'm just saying that if I'm gonna toss $300+ for an "authentic" jersey, it better look like it could come off of the field. The Reebok ones did, why not Nike?!
Which reminds me...does anyone know where I can pick up an authentic green alt jersey? Some of these 'no-namer' on-line retailers have always seemed sketchy to me. TIA
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