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 How to pick your next Bears jersey 03-03-2021 
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It is jersey week at SB Nation and as a fan of the team that wears the best jerseys in the NFL, it is easy for Bears fans to scoff at suspect redesigns from the likes of Atlanta and Cleveland (not the Chargers though, they nailed it). Not everyone has the perfect color combination of navy and orange, a look that’s both slimming and stylish all months of the year. But how does one choose from all the options out there? There are simply too many good choices!To get more news about bears jersey online, you can visit bearsbuy official website.

Maybe you’re looking for your first jersey or maybe you’re interested in rounding out your collection. I’ve got you covered with this guide below.A jersey purchase can be downright expensive. If you aren’t really in a position to buy a new jersey from the team shop at retail price, think about investigating a few options before you shell out cash that could go towards other things. Check out your local Goodwill (you never know what you might find) or discount surplus clothing stores like TJ Maxx and Marshalls. I know my local Marshalls always seems to have many Vikings jerseys that are downright cheap (I assume all the Bears jerseys sold and they only have purple ones left over for the secondary market). You can also check online sites like Ebay but there are some obvious caveats when jersey shopping online, including some knockoff type jerseys that may not arrive as advertised (purchase at your own risk).

If you’d like to buy a new jersey, sign up for the team’s email list and wait for a sale. They run regularly up to 25-30% off and as of this writing, there are plenty of jerseys with that max 30% discount on the team’s Pro Shop site. That can come in handy since the entry level for an adult jersey is a cool $100.

If you are going with the Nike route, there are two levels to the jerseys. The “Nike Game” version is the entry level with screen-printed numbers and nameplate. The “Nike Limited” jerseys step it up with sewn-on numbers and letters for the nameplate plus some additional features including similar construction to the on-field product while retaining a sense of wear-ability with Dri-fit fabric and a comfortable cut.

I’ve always liked the “Limited” versions of these jerseys with the sewn-on numbers and letters best, but they retail for 50% more than the screen printed. There are, of course, ways to spend more money if you really wanted to, but those are the primary versions readily available.
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