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philw5289

thank you haruki and colin jones

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i know they sell them online but there expensive for gloves (100$)

Whoa.... that's expensive for gloves. No doubt about that one.

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That's awesome! I would love if they sold those gloves in the team store.

I went to the game last week in Chicago and they had Bears ones at their team store. I would guess that the Panthers store would be stocking them soon enough. $100 is a grip for a pair of gloves but I honestly think they're worth it. They are super bad ass on gameday (or anytime) and the quality and packaging they come with are awesome. All i do is clap and drink beer with mine haha. Just wait for a holiday sale on NFLshop.com and try to scoop some then. Great Investment....

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Niiceee.. Colin jones is a beast on special teams as well

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Thomas Keiser gave me his unused jock strap after the game. Going to go get it framed today.

You realize that this sets yourself up for a few nasty one liners, don't you? I already thought of three, but since I do not know you, I shall pass. I have yet to read further. As I do, I will look to see if others chose not to be as nice. Gooday.

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You realize that this sets yourself up for a few nasty one liners, don't you? I already thought of three, but since I do not know you, I shall pass. I have yet to read further. As I do, I will look to see if others chose not to be as nice. Gooday.

puurreeettttyyyyyyyy sure he was joking there

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Are those gloves called the Nike Air zoom vapors or something like that?

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puurreeettttyyyyyyyy sure he was joking there

Hope so. Needs to work on the delivery a bit.

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I went to the game last week in Chicago and they had Bears ones at their team store. I would guess that the Panthers store would be stocking them soon enough. $100 is a grip for a pair of gloves but I honestly think they're worth it. They are super bad ass on gameday (or anytime) and the quality and packaging they come with are awesome. All i do is clap and drink beer with mine haha. Just wait for a holiday sale on NFLshop.com and try to scoop some then. Great Investment....

Cool. I will check that out.

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