It presents an amazing shade of blue. You look at it and then look at it again. The beauty and the elegance of the Sunnyvale trailer park hockey jersey is not reserved for Ricky fans. You can be a first timer and still have the same reaction. But there is more than just wearing the jersey. You can literally summarize the essence of the TPB series. That might seem like a fan spirit exaggeration but experience suggests that such analogies make the deal much better.
During my initial days I had ordered some custom-made designs but the quality was questionable. The inventory on Amazon is pretty decent and worth having a look. There are separate options for Bubbles and Ricky but they look more or less the same. Of course, the printing for both the characters is different.
The less said the better, here are the two options (both front and back of the Ricky and bubbles jerseys):
Getting an official piece of merchandise gives you some sort of confidence that the quality levels and print aesthetics are on a decent level. Street shoppers don’t have much luck in this segment. You might get the shirt but I have doubts about the lasting factor.
What are the best options or rather places where one can use the Sunnyvale blue hockey jersey? These aren’t going to be your regular places or weekend points. My best suggestion would be to organize an actual match. That might be easier said than done but is worth having a look. You might not win a lot of games but you are sure to win hearts! Too philosophical? I like it!
Now that the dress code is finalized (in case you are looking to buy one) there are other options to think about. If you want to make the jersey last, my advice would be to avoid machine wash. This is a known destructor of clothing and you will do a world of good to sim ply stay away from it. Contrary to popular beliefs, it does not take much time to wash the blue hockey jersey on your own. Most of the options are polyester based and hence easy to clean. The high power of washing machines simply takes out the juice of the fabric and it looks dull pretty soon.
Do you take pride in your merchandise? Seems silly to ask but I do. Hence, even when people are disapproving about the designs that I am wearing, there is no underlying emotion about it. During college days I used to get irritated about people not accepting the attire but now I am comfortable about it. After all, trying to please everyone is a sure shot way to failure.