What is your 2013 Jersey?

Submitted by preed1 on August 15th, 2013 at 7:01 PM

What is your 2013 Jersey that you will be wearing this year?  Number, Brand, Authentic, Replica, Name?  Or will you be wearing the season shirt?  I am currently in the market because I have dropped 130 lbs and my #2 woodson jersey no longer fits and is framed in my living room.                                                                                                                                                                                         

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uofmdds96

August 15th, 2013 at 7:41 PM ^

I was going to buy the Harmon $140 one, until I went to Mden at Youth Day and saw it. It is not much more than a sweatshirt with sewn on numbers. I have authentic home #7and away #5 and thought this woulg be great, but way overpriced for old 98. I am ordering an authentic home 98 current styling that I know will last way longer than the sweatshirt.
Too bad too, I was really excited to get it.

G0B1U3

August 15th, 2013 at 7:10 PM ^

Most importantly, congrats!!! 130 lb. WOW. I'll be wearing an older season shirt while it's warm, and a hockey jersey for later in the year!

evenyoubrutus

August 15th, 2013 at 7:18 PM ^

I don't really like wearing jerseys. Something about that seems like a Buckeye fan thing, especially since it is the Jersey of a 20 year old kid. I usually just go with the standard maize t shirt with MICHIGAN across the chest. If it is chilly I wear my blue Adidas hoodie.

OTOH if getting a new jersey was a self-reward personal achievement thing for the weight loss, then more power to you. I would go with #13 because you basically lost Terry Richardson.

pasadenablue

August 15th, 2013 at 7:18 PM ^

Anyone have an idea where I could get a Denard UTL jersey?  As a matter of superstition, I do not buy a player's jersey until he has graduated, so I couldn't get it back then.  And I can't seem to find it now.

 

HELP!

Wolverines Dominate

August 16th, 2013 at 6:57 AM ^

Yes, it is authentic quality. The numbers and names are stitched. Jerseys are way over priced in the states. Keep thinking that you need to spend $160 or more for a jersey just because some store in the US says so if you need peace of mind though. You are being duped big time. If you give me your e-mail, I can send you pictures of both of mine.

dahblue

August 16th, 2013 at 10:22 AM ^

He's at the game cheering.  Not playing.  For that reason, it makes complete sense that he wouldn't wear a jersey.   Jerseys aren't for me (and certainly not a gimmick jersey like UTL or anything else that should immediately be shipped to third world for free distribution), but if they're for you...so be it.  Personally, I'm a simple "Michigan" t-shirt guy.  No highlighter shirt.  No special edition, Dave-Brandon-duped-me shirt.  This is Michigan.  Anything else is unnecessary.

WolvinLA2

August 16th, 2013 at 12:09 AM ^

Personally, I think a polo shirt is more ridiculous than a jersey.  I'm a grown man, I have a good job, own a house and drive a goddamn Prius, and I wear a polo only when I can't get away with wearing something more comfortable, and a football game is not one of those things. 

And why is a t-shirt more grown up than a jersey?  Would you care to explain why you feel your clothing option makes you more of an adult than me?

michgoblue

August 16th, 2013 at 12:27 AM ^

I think you meant snob, not adult. Can you explain why wearing a jersey is somehow juvenile? They are comfortable, look great and show spirit. By sure why being an adult means that you can't enjoy being comfortable and getting into the spirit of a football game.

I am an adult, a partner at a large law firm, married with kids, own a nice house and on the boards of several organizations. Still wear my jerseys to games and sometimes on the weekend. Shockingly, nobody has revoked my adult card yet.

MGoCombs

August 15th, 2013 at 7:28 PM ^

Bought #32 way back for A-Train and still have a #2. #32 was great when Kovacs was wearing it. I only wear either one about a few times per year though. Not one of those anti-jersey snobs, I just only like to bust it for big games.