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Old 09-15-07, 05:35 PM
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Fantacy Art Jerseys?

I would love go move on to something a little more interesting than my Yellow and Black jerseys, but I don't want to have corporation logos on it. I was shopping on bikenashbar.com when I found a revelation. Fantacy art on a jersey. here's some pics of fantacy art for those who are not familiar with it. http://www.fantasygallery.net/bergting/art_4.html If I could have picture of the monk on my jersey, oohhhhh. that would be just AWESOME. Is jersey printing just not at a high enough resolution to make this practical, or is there no market for that kind of stuff? Also, does anyone know of any place that would do custom jersey designs at a reasonable price? Something like 5 jerseys for $200 with the custom print? I am really exited. Are there any places that are already selling jerseys like the ones I'm looking for? that would be so cool if they did.
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judging by the lack of responses, my expectations for a jersey is wwwwaaaaaayyyyyyyy to high?
Pity too. I was so happy to actually come up with an idea that I liked. Oh well
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You know, the word "fantasy" is spelled correctly IN THE LINK YOU POSTED.
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I always thought that Roger Dean (the guy that did the covers on Yes albums) should license Primal to do a few jerseys. That would be so much better than that stupid AC/DC cannon or the Grateful Dead skull thing. I would shell out for Roger Dean fish flying over a misty mountain style jersey.
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I always thought that the road cyclist and dungeon master demographics didn't overlap. But maybe there is a market for jerseys that have an extra pocket for 30-sided die.
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Get cafepress to start making jerseys and you'll be set.
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You could try these guys.

http://www.bikeatac.com/

http://usasports.zaavy.com/productsl...CategoryID=126

Just a couple of random picks from a google search "custom bicycle jerseys"
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How much should I expect to pay for said jersey?
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Champion Systems $45 each but with a minimum of 10 jerseys. I think one of the BF jerseys was done through them. I think you'd have to make a deal with the copyright owner for the image though if you don't do them yourself.
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COME ON HERE - i have seen certain RIDE jersey go for $75 and UP - what was the cost of the Mount Washington or recent 3-6 gap Georgia shirt. i take pictures of different jerseys and have some ok shots of ride jerseys - I WOULD love a dragon on mine. so 5 for $200 not a bad price.

even in the outlet centers for P iZ you pay well for some nice - mass produced jerseys

SIGN ME UP for a fantasy shirt

MONK or Dragon or troll or fairies are a great way to express one's self

JZ

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Champion Systems $45 each but with a minimum of 10 jerseys. I think one of the BF jerseys was done through them. I think you'd have to make a deal with the copyright owner for the image though if you don't do them yourself.
Do these champion jeseys of which you speak possess +5 wicking capabilities?
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Do these champion jeseys of which you speak possess +5 wicking capabilities?
+5 wicking, +5 heat resistance.

Oh... and if the Champion Jersey you're talking about is a Club Hypoxia Jersey, you get +10 resistance to Hypoxia, as well.

(I really need to get an avatar pic in my Club Hypoxia Jersey...)
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I always thought that Roger Dean (the guy that did the covers on Yes albums) should license Primal to do a few jerseys. That would be so much better than that stupid AC/DC cannon or the Grateful Dead skull thing. I would shell out for Roger Dean fish flying over a misty mountain style jersey.
I keep waiting for the same thing. If only I had kept all those Yes posters that I had in college...
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Full sublimation jerseys are expensive and get more so with more complexity. I wanted a jersey with a fractal pattern in 48 colors and it was going to be over $200.00!
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