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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 7.7 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $35

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Cool, Breathable 100% Miliken Polyester Microfiber. Alien skin camouflage. Non-deteriorating color graphics. Light weight sewn in elbow pads. Durable bottom hem. Designed for team lettering
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The Raven Lair Jersey is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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slayer_213 Wednesday, January 12th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
JT 2005 Premier, camo
Marker Setup: 2k2 vert feed cocker, belsales eclipse blade hinge, STO ram, Kapp 3-way, WGP all delrin bolt, black magic cocking rod, full freak kit SS back 14" teardrop, kapp hammer kit, chrome C5 dropforward, kapp ball detent and ANS jackhammer 2 and other little things.
Strengths: Does well in woods, stretches very well, doesnt fade.
Weaknesses: Price, paint stays on shirt for a while
Review: This was the first jersey I have ever bought. I paid way too much for it, $110 canadian at a local sporting goods store. It worked well in the woods, otherwise I think it looks kind of retarded. If your wearing a pink shaded lense then you can pick out this jersey from the other side of the field. The elbow pads don't really serve a purpose, but they are there. It also takes a couple of washes to get all the paint entirely out of the jersey. If you can find one for very cheap then its worth buying.
Conclusion: Not a bad jersey for playing in the woods, but if your playing against someone with a pink shaded lense then you have no chance at all. Don't spend a ton of cash on it, because its just not worth it.
7 out of 10
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thextreme1 Wednesday, October 3rd, 2001
Strengths: I got the new design and love the way it looks. The mesh on the underarms definately helps keep it breathable. I like how it helps blend in with the woods. Is lightweight makes it comfortable to wear.
Weaknesses: Not very durable. I have worn it in one game so far and it is wearing out wear i have my redz comfort belt. After i washed it there were a couple of more spots where it was unraveling. Also smaller in size. I am a bigger guy and i thought it was small for the size i ordered.
Conclusion: Overall not a totally bad product. For the money i paid....$50 i would expect it to not start falling apart like it has. It does the job though and looks cool.
7 out of 10
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Unregistered User Thursday, October 5th, 2000
Strengths: Shirt is very good "non-camo camo" and blends in well on woods fields. Shirt is lightweight and breathes well, allowing you to keep cooler than cotton might. Colors/design has not faded in the two years I've owned one. Can stretch to go over heavier weight clothes for when the thermometer drops. Paint soaks into it rather quickly. Paint will not stain the shirt permanantly, and it washes out really well. Bug repellant has had no effect on the shirt or its' graphics. The shirt is comfortable to wear, though it tends to cling to you. Makes very little noise against brush in passing. Also good for people who go from speedball to wooded field play, or just want to buy one jersey.
Weaknesses: The shirt has a tendancy to pic, so keep it away from the Velcro on your pack and/or pads, or any Velcro for that matter. Also, shirts' lightweight does not absorb the impact of those fun close up and personal shots. Elbow padding is mostly for show, offering little protection, if any. Bugs can also bite through it with ease I've noticed, if that's a concern where you play. Due to it's construction and fit, you will not get a "bounce" in the folds of the fabric.
Conclusion: The Raven Lair Jersey is comfortable to wear, and strethes to fit over shirts or sweaters, while offering good break-up of torso outline in brush, and legible graphics on the speedball or open field. The fibers that compose the shirt are very fine and somewhat slippery, feeling dry but slick to the touch. It is very lightweight compared to any cotton jersey I've encountered, and I would reccommend it for warm or cool weather play to anyone, and it is an excellent alternative to camouflage.
9 out of 10
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