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Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE
Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE

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Tri-City Americans Vintage 1980's Practice Jersey. Original Authentic Logo! VERY RARE

Regular price $179.00
Very rare original 80's authentic Tri-City Americans practice jersey.  This one is blank with no name or number on it.  There are some minor scuffs and marks.  Not sure if this was a practice jersey from an actual player, but it definitely was worn and has the typical scuff marks from playing hockey and wearing pads.  Stu Barnes, Olaf Kolzig era jersey.  Very hard to find. Authentic CCM Jersey.  Size is a men's Large.
Please check our size chart to confirm that this item will fit you perfectly.

Actual Measurements:

A. Length - 28.5"
B. Pit to Pit - 22.5"
C. Sleeve - 18.5"
Size On Tag: Large
Fits More Like: Men's Large

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