Runs Big, "Could" Easily Fit You If You Fit A Large Shirt. This medium Josh Allen Nike jersey has a across chest measurement(armpit to armpit) of 22.Based on this 22 across chest measurement, I would consider this a medium loose-fit jersey. I've measured hundreds of Nike jerseys over the years and a medium Nike jersey is either 21.5" or 22" across pit to pit. 21.5" is standard or average while 22" is the biggest it gets which is why I consider this measurement loose fitting. Basically, this jersey at most runs a 1/2 size bigger than a standard medium jersey.
In the following paragraph I will explain why there's a good chance you could fit this if your athletic shirt size is a LARGE. Wearing a smaller jersey size(downsizing) versus your everyday athletic shirt is common. I myself prefer to downsize my jerseys as long the downsized jersey is loose fitting or runs big.The 2 big advantages for me in wearing a downsized jersey is the sleeves are typically shorter and the jersey is not as long. I prefer a jersey not looking oversized everywhere since I'm on the shorter side or as they say "vertically" challenged. Right, there's nothing worse than wearing something oversized to make you look even shorter. The only way to find out "if" or "how much bigger" this medium Josh Allen Nike jersey is compared to your own medium jersey or large athletic shirt is simple. Just get a cheap yard stick or tape measure and physically measure your own jersey/shirt at home and compare its measurements with the overall measurements in this listing. If you plan to downsize your jersey from your everyday shirt size you most likely fall into one of these 2 categories. Either you don't like your jerseys baggy or loose fitting, rather you prefer a more streamlined fit because maybe you want to highlight a fit toned upper body or as in my case, you hate the oversized look because it makes you look shorter.
The other reason you might want to downsize your jersey is you're stuck between sizes. For example, a medium is a little too tight on you and a large is a little too big for you.
This loose-fit medium Allen jersey would be the perfect compromise. Now to the technical aspects. You have to be a true large in your everyday athletic shirt size for this Josh Allen loose-fit medium jersey to fit just right. J ersey fit should either be the same or at most a tad bigger than your normal everyday large athletic shirt. Large athletic shirts across chest measurements are typically between 21.5" to 22.5".21.5" is considered slim-fit, 22" is considered standard-fit or average and 22.5 is considered loose-fit. Since this loose-fit medium jersey is 22 across pit to pit, it would equate to a standard or average fit large athletic shirt. Not too big and not too small, right in the middle. If you are a guy who's everyday athletic shirt size can fluctuate between say a L and a XL(tweener), you will need a bigger sized jersey which in this scenario is a loose-fit large. The smaller sized loose-fit medium that's for sale in this listing will absolutely not work for you in this example.
A slightly looser jersey gives you the option to layer at minimum a long sleeve shirt underneath the jersey when the weather gets chilly. Knowing your own athletic shirt measurements is the best way in determining if this jersey will fit you or not in terms of tightness. The across chest measurement(armpit to armpit laying flat) is normally the most important measurement in determining if a jersey runs average, runs small or runs big on you.
Length measurement from my experience, only really matters if you are really tall. Quality Assurance - I take many high definition pictures of the jerseys I sell mainly for 2 reasons.
To help you verify the jersey is 100% authentic and to also help you determine if the graphics are screen printed, heat pressed, sublimated(infused) or sewn on. You need not worry with me. This is why I take a lot of closeup HD pictures of the actual jersey because I have nothing to hide. You will never see generic pictures(off the internet) on any of my single item jersey listings.
Please feel free to move your mouse pointer over any of the listing pictures for a zoomed in look. Zooming in on a picture is the best way to inspect material texture and the type of graphics being applied to the jersey. There are wrinkles/creases here and there in the number 17 large graphics. If I'm being totally honest, there are a lot of. The only difference is I point these graphic issues out to the best of my ability while others don't mention these wrinkles/creases at all.Now back to the graphic wrinkles/creases. Unless you're planning to get the number autographed and framed on your wall, wrinkles/.
I myself own many jerseys and have come to learn wrinkles/creases are inevitable no matter how careful you are. One reason has to do with the screen ink's thickness and the other reason is based off of you wearing it. The first reason is the screen print on newer Nike jersey's are much thinner than they were say 10+ years ago. Obviously, thinner ink graphics are easier to wrinkle/crease. I'll take thinner graphics that wrinkle & crease easier over thick wrinkle resistant graphics that eventually will crack & then peel thus ruining the jersey and making it unwearable.
The second reason is on how you wear the jersey. Unless you plan never to lean back while sitting in a car/chair/stadium seat, lie down or wash your jersey then you might be able to pull off a crease free jersey number. I have multiple's of this jersey so I took the most obvious crease/wrinkle from each of them.
Can I Iron The Wrinkles/Creases In The Jersey Numbers? If you do plan on ironing the jersey number, just remember NEVER apply a hot iron directly on the jersey number.
Always have something between the hot iron and the jersey number. I personally use a thick towel between the hot iron and the jersey number. This is very important because the jersey numbers could possibly get damaged beyond repair if you apply heat directly to it without a protective layer such as a thick towel. Always test a small section first at the iron's lowest heat setting before ironing the whole jersey number.Now the crease/wrinkles may not totally disappear but it can definitely become smoother and less noticeable for sure. Store Fastener Tag Pinhole Note - There is a pinhole near the top back collar area due to the store's plastic tagging system. Honestly, m ost sellers wouldn't mention this since store tag holes are very common on new clothing items and frankly it doesn't bother most people. I've learned over the years because a jersey not only vertically offsets its front and back jersey numbers to accommodate the back nameplate, it also typically makes the back jersey numbers much bigger than the front jersey numbers. You can forget about getting rid of those deep sharp graphic creases. Those what I call "death creases" are usually permanent.
Brand New With Tags Rare Men's Nike Josh Allen #17 Buffalo Bills Loose-Fit Screen Printed Black Jersey. Want to stand out with a rare officially licensed Nike Josh Allen colorway jersey? You and I know everybody and his dog has his mass produced Nike blue or red jersey but very few have a black one or what's typically known as an "alternative" jersey. I only have a few.
Size - men's medium. Overall measurements = length(top middle of back collar to bottom of the jersey)- 31.5" / chest(armpit to armpit laying flat)- 22". Nike jersey features screen printed graphics, side perforated air-cooling panels, stitched front neck white NFL Shield logo and Dri-Fit comfort.
Air cooling perforated side panels in a jersey is a nice feature to have if you tend to perspire a lot or plan to wear the jersey when the weather is hot & humid. Nike Allen jersey is 100% real and not a cheap low quality overseas fake. Jersey was personally bought by me from a large national retailer here in the United States. My officially licensed NFL products may sometimes cost a little more, but you can rest assured you're getting what you paid for. Don't be a Nike product counterfeit victim.
Guaranteed 100% authentic retail store bought product. Or is it a myth?
With profit margins being so tight, a return can make an item not profitable or not worth relisting again. Yeah, I win the majority of the fraud cases, but the 1% you lose literally makes you want to quit online reselling for good. Just ask any online reseller. You can be 1000% right, yet still lose the return claim on a minor technicality.A fraudulent return case, you absolutely do not feel like a. Because of the time wasted proving the return was fraudulent as well as the emotional toll it takes on your mental health.
I can honestly and sadly say, every dishonest return claim made me lose faith in humanity just a tiny bit. That's no way to live. Some of the extra things I do are listed below.Not a problem if they message me early enough and I have no prior commitments for that day or even Saturday. I list overall measurements for pretty much all my clothing items. Trust me I'd love to just write in the description, Brand new with tags. Comes from a smoke free home. I try to describe to the best of my ability if an item runs small or big and point out flaws no matter how tiny they are. Things that I point out regularly that most sellers don't are store fastener tag/anti-theft tag pinholes, wrinkles/creases in jersey graphics, pepper sized scuffs on shoes and as stated previously if an item runs small or big.
I respond to all buyers questions before and after the sale in a timely matter as long as our time zones mesh. I take lots of high quality HD photos of the item. I never use stock online photos just to save time. Lastly, if I do make a mistake whether it's in the item description or the item sent, I always make it right with my buyers.
I don't like my time wasted and neither do my buyers. Common myths of a no return item are there must be something wrong with that item, it's something nobody wants or I'll be stuck with something I never ordered. Nothing could be further from the truth. Some classic examples of buyers remorse are I don't need it anymore, I should've bought a different brand, I ended up ordering a sweater when I should've bought a hoodie or I wish I got a different color.It will never ever stop a return if I send you something you didn't order or is not as described. For example, you order a sports jersey from me and I send you a shirt. You order a blue jacket and I send you a yellow one. You order a men's pants and I send you a women's pants. Or the listing shows and says item is red & I send you something that is green. They really only knew the basics like "I wear a medium shirt and a 33" waist pants. I would say after measuring thousands of clothing items, a medium in one brand can be sized much smaller or bigger than a medium in another brand because of the design cut or the material itself. I don't know anybody who likes repackaging an item then driving it back to the post office or a big box store return center. What's that famous line: You never work a day in your life if you love what you do. Hopefully, I can add you to this list and we can do a deal today or in the near future. Thanks for your time and Aloha.