The Force is Strong With Geeky Jerseys

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If you’re looking for a unique collectible or high quality geeky apparel, look no further than Geeky Jerseys.  I can’t recommend Geeky Jerseys strong enough.  I currently own six and have several others I’d like to add to my collection.  

Mercs Geeky Jersey Boba Fett Star Wars
Steve Sansweet and I at Rancho Obi-Wan

These are not your average jerseys.  Geeky Jerseys are high quality hockey jerseys made to last.  The designs are beautiful and stand out in a crowd.  The jerseys are fully customizable with any name and number you’d like.  The patches are actual sewn on patches not cheap iron ons or screen prints.  The first jersey I got was the Boba Fett Slave 1 jersey aka Mercs and it still looks as good as it did the first day I bought it and that’s after several washes and several wears.  The colors haven’t faded and it still looks good as new.  Every time I wear one of my jerseys I always get compliments and people always ask where I got them.  These jerseys definitely stand out in a crowd and turn heads with their creative designs.

Geeky Jerseys Luke Skywalker X-Wing Rogue Squadron Star WarsThe Rogue Squadron jersey was added next.  I love this jersey because it actually looks like an X-Wing pilot wearing a flak vest.  When it comes to Star Wars, I prefer the Dark Side but I love wearing this jersey.  The orange definitely stands out in a crowd.  I went with Red 5 for Luke Skywalker’s call sign.

 

Geeky Jerseys Swamp Masters Yoda Star WarsSpeaking of Jedi and the light side of the Force, who can leave out Yoda?  If you’re a Yoda fan then the Swamp Masters jersey is for you.  Hmm…have this jersey you must.

 

 

Star Wars Stormtroopers Troopers Geeky Jerseys 501st

Out of the Geeky Jerseys I have it’s difficult to pick a favorite but the Troopers jersey has to be at the top.  As an active member of the 501st for years this was a no brainer for me.  I added my own TK number to the back, TK 1777, with the number 77.  I also have a video of this jersey on YouTube posted here: https://youtu.be/GGPSYewrIc4 where you can see more details on the work and details that go into these jerseys.

 

Wampas Geeky Jerseys Star WarsAnother favorite in my collection is my most recent addition, the Wampas jersey.  “I’m the Wampa, I’m the Snowman and I don’t take any lip from no man.” (Robot Chicken – Empire On Ice) Lol.  I couldn’t help myself.  I would have gone with Echo 3 but when you have a buddy that also gets the Wampas jersey why not do Echo 3 and Echo 7.  “Echo 3 to Echo 7, Han old buddy do you read me?”

 

 

Ghostbusters Geeky Jerseys Busters 4.0As you can tell my true love is Star Wars, but Geeky Jerseys offers geeky options from several franchises so I’m sure you can find something that you must have.  I also have a Ghostbusters jersey or Busters 4.0 jersey, now I just need a Proton Pack and I’ll be ready to bust some ghosts because bustin’ makes me feel good.  My jersey says Spangler as a tribute to the late, great Harold Ramis.  RIP.  It has the number 84 for the 1984 release of Ghostbusters.

Darth Vader Dark Side Geeky Jerseys Star WarsGeeky Jerseys only offers a few jerseys at a time and you never know when or if they will bring jerseys back so I encourage you to get them while you can.  Currently they are offering the Dark Side jersey featuring Darth Vader until July 15th.  I’ve been waiting on this one for awhile as Vader is my favorite character and this is one of the few Star Wars jerseys I don’t own.  The circle is now complete.  Impressive, most impressive.  I have already picked one up and can’t wait to see it.  Geeky Jerseys makes these jerseys to order since they are fully customizable so they won’t be shipped overnight, but trust me, once you get your jersey it is well worth the wait and you’ll be glad you did.  The Force is strong with Geeky Jerseys. Check them out at GeekyJerseys.com and tell them we sent you.

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Ash B. Glenn is an actor, writer, musician, podcaster, web personality, MC (Master of Ceremonies), host and interviewer. He is the founder, owner and CEO of AlmostNerdy.com. In 2011 he created AlmostNerdy to give fans of all genres of comics, games, films, etc. a place to get all their “Nerd News“. He and his staff travel the country covering comic and gaming conventions and film festivals providing live coverage of events as they happen, on the spot interviews, reviews and commentary.

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