How is sizing on Chinese jerseys?

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  1. Yankee_In_TX

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    I normally wear a large NFL replica jersey.
     
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    I'm going to guess that their XL would probably fit my 12 year old daughter. She's 80 lbs and almost 5' tall. That's the size of one of their full grown males.......

    LOL, I'm kidding! I have no idea. I did order my wife some shirts from over there and they were pretty small compared to our sizes. The best thing to do would be to ask for their measurement guide and then go from there. Good luck!
     
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    i would say that the jerseys from china are about one size smaller then our clothing.. i wear a xl shirt and use a 54 jersey.. a 56 is really loose fitting and the sleeves are a little bit longer..
     
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    Yankee, if you want I can let you know when the order comes in next week and you can check out the sizes. Got medium through XXXL in this order.
     
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    Order a warge...... (had to beat Brakos to it)

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    I have been ordering from Ebay the last eight years because the stitched on letters cost less than screen printed ones in the regular stores. I assumed at the prices offered, and I have paid anywhere from $30 to $60, that the merchandise was coming from China. If so, then 48-Large, 50-XL, 52-XXL.

    The good think about my knockoffs, are they all look as good as the day I bought them.
     
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    The title of this thread also looks like a Chinese person typed it.
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    I've bought a Schaub and a Johnson out here sized 52. I don't know if they're made in China or here but they are pretty good. Size-wise I wear a large when buying t-shirts. The 52 feels fine with plenty of room and I'm pretty broad shouldered. 54 is too long.

    I also have a 1980 Astros jersey that's a 52 and it fits pretty well.

    Total per jersey wass 20,000 won which comes to 17 or 18 bucks. The numbers are sewn on, have tags and everything. I should just take pics, not that it does you any good.
     

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