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« Reply #105 on: May 21, 2021, 12:15:00 PM »
Shootjerseys have moved into the GAA Market!

https://www.shootjerseys.top/GAA-tp17916.html

I'd presumed these were fakes but all the while they don't want to irk Adidas by doing the three stripe versions!

Are they a hit/miss quality wise?

Think they are just copying OíNeillís. OíNeillís canít do the 3 stripes in the north but can in the south as they won a court case back in the 80ís I think it was. From what I remember!!

They can do the three stripes on team kits but not replica's I believe.

3 on the island of Ireland and 2 elsewhere is it not? Just checked a couple, club and county and they have 3 stripes.

I'd agree on O'Neills pricing, dear got. Mostly buy during their sales. In saying that, any gear I've got for the wains from ShootJerseys lasts about a year tops. An O'Neills top will last a lifetime
Club stuff with OíNeillís is great. When buying through the club, pricing is reasonable for quality of garment. Think about £28 for club jerseys. But yeah the county stuff is crazy expensive!

Think the quality in the tracksuits etc is very poor. I have 3 or 4 pairs and all have either a zip broke, or a seam has ripped.

Would agree that the quality of O'Neills is poor, exactly what you have said there and the worst thing about it is the gear hasn't really been used that much.

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« Reply #106 on: May 21, 2021, 12:21:29 PM »
Never really had any issues with quality with OíNeill tbh. For me the best of the bunch. But think they definitely need to look at the pricing for county stuff. 
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« Reply #107 on: May 21, 2021, 12:30:27 PM »
Shootjerseys have moved into the GAA Market!

https://www.shootjerseys.top/GAA-tp17916.html

I'd presumed these were fakes but all the while they don't want to irk Adidas by doing the three stripe versions!

Are they a hit/miss quality wise?

Think they are just copying OíNeillís. OíNeillís canít do the 3 stripes in the north but can in the south as they won a court case back in the 80ís I think it was. From what I remember!!

They can do the three stripes on team kits but not replica's I believe.

3 on the island of Ireland and 2 elsewhere is it not? Just checked a couple, club and county and they have 3 stripes.

I'd agree on O'Neills pricing, dear got. Mostly buy during their sales. In saying that, any gear I've got for the wains from ShootJerseys lasts about a year tops. An O'Neills top will last a lifetime
Club stuff with OíNeillís is great. When buying through the club, pricing is reasonable for quality of garment. Think about £28 for club jerseys. But yeah the county stuff is crazy expensive!

Think the quality in the tracksuits etc is very poor. I have 3 or 4 pairs and all have either a zip broke, or a seam has ripped.

Would agree that the quality of O'Neills is poor, exactly what you have said there and the worst thing about it is the gear hasn't really been used that much.

Would third that, dunno how many zips have went on relatively new stuff. Donít think the quality is great at all for the price of it

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« Reply #108 on: May 21, 2021, 12:36:22 PM »
Shootjerseys have moved into the GAA Market!

https://www.shootjerseys.top/GAA-tp17916.html

I'd presumed these were fakes but all the while they don't want to irk Adidas by doing the three stripe versions!

Are they a hit/miss quality wise?

Think they are just copying OíNeillís. OíNeillís canít do the 3 stripes in the north but can in the south as they won a court case back in the 80ís I think it was. From what I remember!!

They can do the three stripes on team kits but not replica's I believe.

3 on the island of Ireland and 2 elsewhere is it not? Just checked a couple, club and county and they have 3 stripes.

I'd agree on O'Neills pricing, dear got. Mostly buy during their sales. In saying that, any gear I've got for the wains from ShootJerseys lasts about a year tops. An O'Neills top will last a lifetime
Club stuff with OíNeillís is great. When buying through the club, pricing is reasonable for quality of garment. Think about £28 for club jerseys. But yeah the county stuff is crazy expensive!

Think the quality in the tracksuits etc is very poor. I have 3 or 4 pairs and all have either a zip broke, or a seam has ripped.

Would agree that the quality of O'Neills is poor, exactly what you have said there and the worst thing about it is the gear hasn't really been used that much.

Would third that, dunno how many zips have went on relatively new stuff. Donít think the quality is great at all for the price of it

Got quite good at fixing zips on O'Neills tracksuit bottoms that go up the leg..

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Re: Shootjersey
« Reply #109 on: May 21, 2021, 01:29:58 PM »
What's a typical delivery time from this crowd?

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« Reply #110 on: May 21, 2021, 01:43:19 PM »
What's a typical delivery time from this crowd?
4-5 weeks
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Re: Shootjersey
« Reply #111 on: May 21, 2021, 05:52:41 PM »
Whatís the Bourke sports stuff like? Some of it looks good, dunno about the quality

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« Reply #112 on: May 21, 2021, 06:06:01 PM »
Whatís the Bourke sports stuff like? Some of it looks good, dunno about the quality
It's not bad, have had a top for about a year and a half which is still like new. The half zip is good too but shapeless, doesn't look good on if you know what I mean

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Re: Shootjersey
« Reply #113 on: May 21, 2021, 11:59:37 PM »
I know I have said it before but our club has went with MFC gear for the past few years and it really is top quality, great designs too

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« Reply #114 on: May 22, 2021, 01:07:35 AM »
I know I have said it before but our club has went with MFC gear for the past few years and it really is top quality, great designs too

At least the club gets a turn from MFC.
Anyone buying their club/County gaa jerseys from China to save a few quid needs to take a look at themselves!

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« Reply #115 on: July 05, 2021, 04:44:34 PM »
I know I have said it before but our club has went with MFC gear for the past few years and it really is top quality, great designs too

At least the club gets a turn from MFC.
Anyone buying their club/County gaa jerseys from China to save a few quid needs to take a look at themselves!

Oneills charging Ä75 for a jersey would want to have a look at themselves!!

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« Reply #116 on: October 18, 2021, 10:21:54 PM »
What's a typical delivery time from this crowd?
4-5 weeks

Ordered anything off of shootjersey recently? Thinking of a few chrimbo pressies

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« Reply #117 on: October 19, 2021, 07:27:42 AM »
I've just ordered 1 Rugby Jersey and 2 Footie Jerseys - once you order add them on whattsapp and request payment link for paypal, they send it direct to your paypal.

hope to have my order in 3-4 weeks.

always found quality to be good, sizing can be a bit off so i go one up.

DO NOT tumble dry - my wife learned this lesson, as did a nice retro jersey i had