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Which types of jerseys does NHL Shop offer?

NHL Shop offers hockey fans a wide variety of hockey jerseys, including Authentic, Premier, Replica, Fanatics Breakaway and CCM NHL jerseys. Shop for the type of jersey that fits your needs and your style.

What is the difference between authentic and replica jerseys?

NHL authentic jerseys have the NHL center ice woven neck label, and the feel of the jersey is highlighted with adizero technology featuring Clima fabric for breathability and enhanced performance. These jerseys also feature name, number and logo graphics that are sewn on. For a comfortable fit with an authentic jersey, order one size smaller than your normal size for a tailored look. Replica NHL jerseys are designed to look and feel the same as authentic jerseys, but at a lower price point. Replica jerseys feature name, number and logo graphics that are ironed on the jersey instead of sewn on like the authentic jerseys. This jersey is made with 100% polyester and fits more loosely in the arms and body.

What is a Premier jersey?

Premier jerseys, made by adidas, are a less expensive version of the authentic jersey. It also features the NHL center ice woven neck label, as well as quality embroidery. Premier jerseys are made with 2-mesh stretch material, but fit the same as the authentic jersey.

What is a Breakaway jersey?

Fanatics Breakaway jerseys are the first NHL jerseys designed by fans, for fans. Fanatics created the Breakaway jersey with comfort in mind. Breakaway jerseys are engineered with an all-new fabric called FanTex, a soft yet durable fabric that’s perfect for everyday wear. Comfort extends to the logos as well, so no more stiff team crests and numbers! FanFlex shields and patches are lightweight and fold easily for even more added comfort.

What is a CCM jersey?

CCM NHL jerseys are throwback, vintage jerseys from your favorite players and team. The throwback jersey is made with 100% polyester, with a heavyweight mesh body.

How do I spot a fake NHL jersey?

Be wary of sellers who are not trusted dealers of officially licensed NHL merchandise. Look out for red flags that are often present on fake jerseys, including:

  • Misspellings
  • Missing NHL logo
  • Poor-quality stitching
  • Poor-quality materials
  • Misalignment of jersey elements (e.g. numbers not centered)
  • A price tag well below market value due to lower quality materials and craftsmanship