Vintage NBA Swingman Jerseys | Throwback Basketball Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys

Vintage NBA Swingman Jerseys | Throwback Basketball Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys

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Shop vintage NBA Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys from all your favorite NBA players. The Mitchell and Ness Swingman Collection has a great selection of throwback Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys. A best seller of epic proportions for us, here at Cap Swag, has been the Mitchell and Ness Swingman Collection. The Mitchell and Ness Swingman Collection is comprised of vintage swingman jerseys and retro swingman shorts. In this section, all the vintage Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys are highlighted. The Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys are extremely high-quality vintage basketball jerseys at a much more affordable price point than the traditional Mitchell and Ness vintage NBA authentic collection. The details on the Mitchell and Ness Swingman jerseys are amazing. Check out the video above or any of the video reviews found on the Mitchell and Ness Swingman product pages to see the details found on the vintage Mitchell and Ness basketball swingman jerseys. Shop now and bring your vintage basketball jersey game to the next level with Mitchell and Ness NBA Swingman Jerseys today.

What is the difference between an Authentic Mitchell and Ness Jersey and a Swingman Jersey?

There are a few differences between Mitchell and Ness Authentic Jerseys and Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys. The first key thing to note before we get into any of the differences is that the term "Authentic" and the term "Swingman" are just words used to describe the product category. This means that the word "Authentic" does not mean that an Authentic Jersey is any more "official" or "real" than a Swingman jersey. The reason that Mitchell and Ness refers to some jerseys as "Authentic" and others as "Swingman" is because the Authentic NBA Jerseys are manufactured using real game-worn materials exactly the same as they were manufactured in the year that the player was playing. They are identical to what was worn on-court at that time. For example, let's say you buy an Authentic Mitchell and Ness Allen Iverson Jersey, this just means that the materials used in the jersey that you are buying are exactly the same as the materials that touched Allen Iverson's skin while he was playing. The way that the jersey was put together is also exactly the same. Mitchell and Ness recreates the jersey stitch by stitch. Literally. Swingman jerseys on the other hand are only made to look like the original Authentic jersey. They are designed to be worn regularly because the manufacturing process is made in such a way that it is more resistant to every-day wear and tear. The materials may be different and they are not stitched, but they look, visually identical.

Are Swingman Jerseys fake?

Swingman Mitchell and Ness jerseys are not fake. They are made by the same company that makes the Authentic jerseys(Mitchell and Ness), they are also officially licensed by the NBA. This means that the NBA gives Mitchell and Ness legal permission to make the jersey. The only thing that separates a Mitchell and Ness Swingman jersey from a Mitchell and Ness Authentic jersey is the materials used and the manufacturing process, they are both equally as real, official, and authorized by the league.

Are Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys Stitched?

No, Mitchell and Ness Swingman jerseys are not stitched. Mitchell and Ness uses a screen print transfer for the name, number, and logos on the jersey. This is to enhance wear-and-tear durability and make the item more affordable. Mitchell and Ness Authentic Jerseys, on-the-other-hand, are stitched only if the actual jersey that the player wore at the time was stitched. The term Authentic does NOT, contrary to popular belief, guarantee that your jersey will be stitched. Only , that it will be identical to what was worn on court at the time.