New jersey in GAA

Some of these are smashing.

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A right trip down memory lane there; Buckler on the Wexford jerseys was a fairly random sponsorship deal

:heart::heart::heart: the Shaws Limerick one is class.

Obviously no Ukrainians working there thank god cc @Massey

You’d be like Tom Ryan going around.

I know. The dream

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A one season deal it seems.

http://www.prideinthejersey.com/Wexford.html

1996 will never be topped. Not just for what happened that year either.

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We need managers to pivot from the tracksuits and back into this attire.

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I was a strange child. I used to draw pictures of imaginary GAA kits based on association football jersey styles of the time.

I drew up an Adidas Dublin jersey based on the 1995/96 Liverpool jersey with Guinness as the sponsor. It was a very nice jersey too.

My Liverpool Umbro design of the time was not as nice and looked like Aberdeen.

I went full kit wanker when I drew up an Umbro Mayo kit based on the 1992/93 Aston Villa template.

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St. Tom’s Ambulance

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We were a proper country back then

The Gaelic Gear years were awful jersey wise

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Did Tom have links to clonoulty in Tipp?

He does. He’s related to Kevin Ryan who played midfield for them in 89 and 97

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After my beloved Black and Amber jersey, have to admit to having a soft spot for the Sligo ensemble.
Understated,class and stylish.
(Like ourselves really)

Didnt Dublin GAA bring out a similar one to the Argentinian football one,recently? @Cheasty
Was nice,if I recall correctly.

Could do with business professionals making the same pivot (minus the bib). Covid has a lot to answer for.

What’s the story with all these new jersies. They look very cheap / Ali Express / fast fashion style. Not just GAA mind.

Climacool