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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by Oliver's Army, Jul 5, 2023.

  1. rowley

    rowley Well-Known Member

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    Not that much bothered, as long as its red and white stripes. Personally would do without the big white bits, but at least it's none of the recent abominations.

    Surprised the away strip is so " red". I'd thought they were supposed to be a different colour altogether when we played a team with red shirts or a lot of red in them.

    Third strip for that I suppose. I vote for fluorescent green!
     
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    Can’t believe that we aren’t capitalising on the huge potential of making a lot of money from our fan base , at one time we were talking of moving the club shop to where the ticket office is now which I think would not be large enough in my opinion . The car dealers that closed next to the ground might have been a better option if they were able to buy it and were able to get planning permission but would need a good retail manager to head up the operation as well as run the online store . As we aspire to get back in to the Premier League I would be looking at how the big boys stores compare to ours , I rest my case .
     
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  3. Nads

    Nads Well-Known Member

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    If they don’t sell them Ha’way tops I’ll be raging.

    They will sell shedloads of them if they on sale.
     
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    This week could be fun IF the non digital season card option is announced.

    SD needs a good week after the retail / kit fiasco.
     
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    Essayyeffcee Well-Known Member

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    They were on sale before the club shop closed down, I bought one for my step daughter to give me for father's day
     
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  6. Nads

    Nads Well-Known Member

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    Aaah mint. I hadn’t seen them I’ll be having one asap.
     
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    What are they mate, you got a picture?
     
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  8. Nads

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    Be grabbing one tomorrow when store opens
     
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    They were on sale in the club shop before the Luton 1st leg game. That’s when I got mine. Thought £38 was extortion but they are class
     
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  10. Nads

    Nads Well-Known Member

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    £38 is a liberty as they standard Nike training gear which are generally £25-30. I’ll pay that for one though
     
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    rowley Well-Known Member

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    I live in a parallel universe. One where I reckon a tenner is a lot for a t-shirt!
     
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    That's not a parallel universe mate that's Primark LOL :1980_boogie_down:
     
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  13. young2077

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    A Tenner isn't a lot but £38 is a bit steep like.

    Can get couple t shirts for £10-15 out the supermarket or one for £20-25 from sports/outdoors shop and you will tell the difference by how long they last.
     
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  14. rowley

    rowley Well-Known Member

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    I've been told this truth before.

    But I am a professional clip. You could spend a lot of money kitting me out, and it still looks as you've done a quick run round the market!
     
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  15. Nads

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    ****ing hell I ain’t mentioning what I spend on T-shirts haha
     
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  16. young2077

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    I've bought out of matalan, asda, tesco, primary etc and generally they look fit for the bin after 10 or so washes. I still wear them like as I'm always skint <laugh>.

    I stay away from designer brands like boss etc as when I have spent on them they don't last. I like your outdoor brands for lasting a bit longer.
     
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    This.

    My wardrobe is stocked with V Westwood, Boss, Armani, Paul Smith and Belstaff. You ain’t buy in them for a tenna, ha.

    We used to have a canny threads thread on here once upon a time.
     
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  18. Nads

    Nads Well-Known Member

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    Similar mate, and Ralph Lauren. 90% of my non sportswear gear is Ralph Lauren.

    Dodge Boss T’s mind as quality is a shambles. Polos/hoodies/sweats absolutely banging.
     
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    Does anyone know when the digital tickets are going to be released? I pay via direct debit second payments came out but nothing in e mails yet.
     
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    [QUOTE="young2077, post: 16827742, member: 1049761"]I've bought out of matalan, asda, tesco, primary etc and generally they look fit for the bin after 10 or so washes. I still wear them like as I'm always skint <laugh>.

    I stay away from designer brands like boss etc as when I have spent on them they don't last. I like your outdoor brands for lasting a bit longer.[/QUOTE]


    When the kids were growing up, and cash for 'social' clothing for me was a very low priority, I tended to buy GREY T-Shirts or Polo Shirts..

    No matter how many times they were washed, they still looked grey.
    Not the same shade as they were originaly, but still grey.
    Lasted for ages.
     
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