Nah I knew that current jerseys were big, I have been rocking jerseys since about 2 summers ago....but I didn't know that Throwbacks were so popular. I didn't see the big deal in rocking old jerseysSocaQ said:TP I'm surprised that you hadn't realized this look since last year when females started to wear the baseball shirts and then the basketball jerseys became popular in music videos. The funny thing is now how they have fetes and boatrides where the attire is to wear throwbacks. Hats off to Mr Harley because he living large right now thanks to us.
Babes whey you been hiding but I feel you and Desper on your thoughts but its all in the name of fashion. For instance there is one boatride coming up where yuh have to wear yuh numbers watch how these people will spend all they money just to get an authentic jersey that no one has and it still be as ugly as all hell. Like I said Mr. Harley is living it up off we money.Stranger Than Ever said:I don't understand this "retro" thing. The most popular throwbacks were some of the ugliest jerseys ever created and yet, once some decades pass...it is fashionable.
Take a look at the denver nuggets one. Gay colors an all, this thing was one of the cruddiest jerseys in the history of basketball. retail price 2003: 300 bucks. Wah di jail?????
Trini Prinzez said:$250....yuh is a mad man or wha!!! I am not paying no redman for a date with D' Prinzez, unless his intials are RC
How yuh go call uncle dragon ah ole stinky throwback .. ok yuh right about de ole part but stinky nahbrownskintrini said:I rather spend $250 on some shoes that looked like this than on some old stinky throwback.
It’s clothes from de 80’s and 90’s .. stuff yuh pay $50 bucks for back then now it cost $250Dougla_Ting said:What the hell is a throwback jersey??? Is this just basketball shirts? Or a certain kind of basketball shirt? Help me out, I have been out of the fashion loop for a while now. I now coming out of maternity clothes.