I had a problem with jersey sizes this year. It’s not thea ida tired but where the jersey is made. Jerseys with a “made in china” tag are one size smaller than ones with a “made in Australia” tag.
Eg: a “made in china” medium is a “made in Australia” small.
I was bought an Australian made jersey size small, and it fits better than a Chinese medium.
I hope this helps.
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I bought 2 jerseys (a white one and a pink Women in League one) which were labelled as the same size. 1 fits perfectly and the other is so tight I feel self-conscious wearing it. I also got a 10 yr anniversary one that was labelled as a women’s size 16, and it only just fits my 10 year old who wears kids size 14, so I think the sizes are a bit out of whack.
As I said, the jersey sizing depends on whether it is “Australian made” or “Chinese made”.
I bought a Chinese made medium, and its tighter than an Australian made small. Australian made jerseys also have much more stretch in them and pull back into shape fine.
If you look at the tag where it says the size and look for “Made in Australia” . From the sounds of your posts ild bet you ha e a Chinese made jersey.
Personally I hate the X-Blades jerseys we’ve had lately.
I much prefer collared jerseys and ones made from polyester, not the material used for the 08-10 and 2011 jerseys.
Looks and feels like something you’d wipe the kitchen sink with
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I bought a cheapie from Best & Less (because I’m a cheapskate) and it fits me great!
I bought a 2009 jersey thought I would get a 4xl thinking it would be big and I could wear it over a jumoer at the footy wrong it was tight so I ended up with a 5xl. In comparison I have an old 80’s Balmain Jersey and a 1996 Jersey that are both XXL and fit me about the same as the 4xl does.