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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by mag, 28 Feb 2019.
It's not arbitrary as that's literally the entire time it's sold.
A kit has had the best start to a season? Woop woop
I get mine on Saturday I am usually XL I have heard they are a bit tight should I go for XXL ? The guy buying it for me on Friday is bringing it Saturday so I can't try one on
Those are retro kits. Reproduced, years and years down the line, and not all by the original maker. Really not a signifier here.
Yes but did you buy it quickly?!
Gone over me bonce that one mate
I guess there's the initial rate of sale - how many do we sell in the first (say) 5 days which must be a significant proportion of the overall total. Then there's the overall sales which I guess must drop off a cliff after Christmas - given kits only last about 9 or 10 months now - but we must record total sales including the ones sold off at 40 per cent discount in May and June. other factors like proximity of home games must also be a factor - we are weeks before we play at home this season but I'd guess some people go early that day and buy a shirt. From a personal perspective I haven't bought a football shirt in years but I'm amazed at the volume of people who do... certainly amongst matchday goers i'd estimate a third buy at least, one shirt in the first few weeks of the season.
rather admire Puma's technological feat of incorporating our history in such an extraordinary way. A vaguely sky blue shirt that turns laser blue the moment it meets moisture is some accomplishment.
Not really I’m pretty sure back in the days of Bell, Lee etc that kit did exactly the same.